Grudge Match 2013 PG-13 CC

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Thirty years after their last fight, two boxers--and lifelong rivals--are coaxed out of retirement for a final grudge match.

Starring:
Jim Lampley, Sylvester Stallone
Runtime:
1 hour, 54 minutes

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Grudge Match

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Product Details

Genres Sports, Comedy
Director Peter Segal
Starring Jim Lampley, Sylvester Stallone
Supporting actors Robert De Niro, Rich Little, Ireland Baldwin, Anthony Bean, Mason Mackie, Kevin Hart, Barry Primus, Oscar Gale, Frederick Douglas Plunkett Jr., BJ Guyer, Jen Kober, Anthony Anderson, Carrie Lazar, Don Lake, Han Soto, Kurt Krause, Steve Levy, John Buccigross
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Great funny feel good movie.
Tdarden
Great cast with Sylvester Stallone, Robert DeNiro, Kim Basinger, Kevin Hart, Alan Arkin.
Troy Bowlin
Just don't expect too much and it should be enjoyable.
Matt Dutton

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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 29, 2013
Great movie. Laughed a lot. Really entertaining! My husband and I really enjoyed it!! Great actors. De Niro and Stallone are great together. Kim Basinger is gorgeous as ever...and at age 60!
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36 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Sang on December 31, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Grudge Match is a surprisingly great sports drama with humor in the mix. Its not really a comedy as many might expect. It has humor but Grudge Match is a excellent drama. While the plot is predictable and nothing new, the story is well written with great acting by each member of the cast. Hardcore Stallone or De Niro fans should definitely give this film a shot.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Carpenter on December 28, 2013
I loved Grudge Match,In the midst of all the over the top movies that came out this Christmas,here is a movie with Real Actors,no animation or digital effects just alot of laughs and a lot of heart.I think Sly and Deniro work well together and this movie shows that Sly still has it even though there are alot of aging jokes he can still hang with the best of the best!
A great movie!
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on January 12, 2014
Razor (Sylvester Stallone) and The Kid (Robert De Niro) were two boxing rivals and greats from Pittsburgh. They has each won one match against each other. The third match didn't happen because Razor quit boxing and eventually went to work in the steel mills. The Kid went on to become a successful business man. The film makes Razor the good guy and The Kid the bad guy. Sally ( Kim Basinger ) was the reason for rift that existed between the two boxers. Years later Razor needs money and is offered money for the match which he reluctantly accepts.

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.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Desertman84 on October 10, 2014
Format: DVD
Grudge Match features Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone in an attempt to make fun of their previous iconic roles of famous boxers such as Jack LaMotta in Raging Bull and Rocky Balboa from the Rocky movies respectively. This movie was made for a few laughs.No question about it.We we a mediocre and cliche ridden story with a few corny scenes and lifeless drama.But in spite of it,we still get a few scenes of entertainment especially those who are familiar with LaMotta and Rocky and it will also be nostalgic one way or another.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on April 19, 2014
Format: DVD
In “Grudge Match” Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro play retired rival boxers in Pittsburgh, Henry "Razor" Sharp and Billy "The Kid" McDonnen, who once again come back to the ring, fighting their long-delayed grudge match. Kevin Hart is a loud-mouthed promoter, and Alan Arkin plays Razor’s aging trainer. There is also a dramatic subplot with Kim Basinger as Razor’s former girlfriend Sally Rose.

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.
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Stallone and De Niro have certainly been in much better films, but we wanted to watch something funny, entertaining, and did not require a lot of thought. This movie satisfied that for us. I did enjoy the storyline. Kevin Hart works hard to be as funny as he can be, but between Stallone and De Niro, it is hard to get the spotlight. There are times that Hart succeeds, but many times it feels as if he is really forcing his craft to make you laugh. I had never heard of this movie, but what I enjoyed most was some of the references to the Rocky series, that I absolutely loved. I will watch just about anything with these actors listed and to see them together was good. Not great, but good. I would say that I would watch this again. if you are expecting a Rocky type movie, you will be disappointed. As I had no preconceived notion for this movie, I was still entertained and had an enjoyable evening watching it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dhart on January 23, 2015
Format: DVD
Rocky Balboa vs Jake LaMotta! It took some talking but they got Stallone to do this flick about two senior citizens stepping back into the ring for a grudge showdown with a bitter rival played by Robert De Niro. Stallone walked away from it all thirty years ago after knocking out De Niro in a rematch for he being ko'd in their earlier meeting. This was the only blemish on each man's record. Stallone had lost his money in the bad economy and went to work in the mills, while De Niro had made a bundle with a bar and a used car business. A fast talking son, Kevin Hart, of the original promoter pins his future on getting the two in for a third fight. A geezer match if you will. Thanks to social media and the two disliking each other he actually pulls it off. Not a great film, but entertaining to watch. You don't have to stretch your imagination to follow the storyline. Worth a look.
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