9/12/2011 11:44pm, #41
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I'm glad that at least Eddie Bravo was being honest with me when he admitted that this movie (which had just finished filming at the time) was going to suck. So....at least that's....something...uhhh....yeah. I'm trying to remember who Einstein plays in this cinematic tour de force but I can't be bothered to look it up on IMDB.
9/13/2011 12:22am, #42
9/13/2011 1:26am, #43Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.
9/13/2011 1:28am, #44
9/13/2011 1:58am, #45
As bad as the movie looks... can I just say that I'm at least glad that MMA is now getting the Hollywood movie-fu focus, rather than the long time focus on Shaolin Kung Fu?
No hating here, I love Kung Fu movies. But we all know that in that case Hollywood created something practically out of thin air. Whereas at least here, MMA has a real combat-style history.Click To Get My Free Training Newsletter... Do It NOW!
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9/13/2011 7:50am, #46
9/13/2011 8:06am, #47
How did the fights look? It was mostly guys from our gym doing them. You should have seen Tim and Dustin for sure.Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.
9/13/2011 8:55am, #48
Gotta say, the scenes looked good. Walking in, I was expecting some capoeira/flying spin kick VanDamme-esque crapfest. For once, I was plesantly surprised.
On a side note, I'm not familiar with Koba as a Russian name. I know Joseph Stallin used it as a nickname at times, but the man was Georgian, so could be of Georgian origin. Meh.
9/13/2011 6:56pm, #49
9/13/2011 7:00pm, #50