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Grudge Match (Blu-ray + DVD)
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Top Customer Reviews
A great movie!
The film slightly builds off their old boxing movies, but is hardly a spoof. In fact that was the best part of the film, and they opted to limit it. The script was as unconvincing as "Last Vegas" with both film having too much drama.
Shot in Pittsburgh. Recommend as a decent rental.
Parental Guide: 1 f-bomb. Implied sex. No nudity.
Despite some critics' complaints about the casting – two veteran actors known for iconic roles Rocky Balboa and Jake LaMotta – “Grudge Match” is not a cheap self-parody or “Rocky”/”Raging Bull” sendup. Directed by Peter Segal (“50 First Dates” “Get Smart”), the comedy, or dramedy, is amusing and pleasant to watch, though it takes itself very seriously during the boxing scene.
The problem with the film is the cliché-ridden script in the mid-section of the story. The 113-minute movie would be much better without some uninteresting supporting characters and boring episodes. Still, “Grudge Match” is an enjoyable comedy drama with a few nice jokes and some interesting cameos by real-life boxers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit corny and a little to perfect for an ending, but all in all a fun ridePublished 9 days ago by Anthony Markert
Stallone would have leveled DeNiro; so he must be a good actor to sell it as a challenge.
But seriously, there is a nice story that come out and is well told by a couple... Read more
A ridiculous and impossible notion of two 70 year (claiming they're 60) old former boxers going at it again after 30 years!? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael W. Roth
it was ok, since the actors are getting to old to fight. would watch it again, if nothing else is onPublished 3 months ago by Joseph A. Ventura Jr.