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  • Actors: Steve Austin, Daniel Magder, Benjamin Ratner, Samuel Patrick Chu
  • Directors: Anne Wheeler
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • DVD Release Date: April 26, 2011
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004L1DB78
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,934 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Steve Austin is Dan Barnes, a former heavyweight boxer who hangs up his gloves to escape his violent lifestyle. Dans life is quickly turned upside down when the resident boxing champion makes his presence felt by dominating all opponents who stand in his way. In order to put the title holder in his place, Dan prepares an unseasoned newcomer for the biggest challenge of his life.

Customer Reviews

Throw bad guys through windows and doors and shoot guns!
Amazon Customer
I'm sorry but I'm confused, Steve Austin trains this kid for about a weak and he instantly is converted from a nerdy little kid to a knockout puncher........whatever?
kyle krolicki
You may find yourself rooting for this movie, but at times it's hard to.
Richard Allen

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MadMacs on May 4, 2011
Format: DVD
I have to admit I didn't go into this thinking I would be watching a 'Karate Kid' installment. Have to give credit to the copywriters - the dvd/digital download synopsis was cleverly deceitful.

Since Knockout followed the *exact* same formula as the aforementioned flick - it was predictably acceptable fare.

Although, again, I was under the impression that Austin himself was the star - and not the boxing version of Mr. Miyagi. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but clearly this is a family film intended for a much younger and broader audience. I won't be surprised if this finds its way to the ABC Family channel.

Interesting career choice on the part of Austin, and in comparison to a similar move, a quantum leap improvement on Vin Diesel's detestable movie 'The Pacifier'.

All things being equal - I hope producers will hook Steve into the 'Undisputed' franchise. He's a natural for the role and I can completely envision the film: Basically a thousand-pound, granite-fisted, knockdown, drag out punch-fest. Actually, come to think of it, that's what I thought *this* film was about. :-D

I hope some producer realizes that Stone Cold in the 'Undisputed' franchise is a solid money maker - so make it happen.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on August 19, 2011
Format: DVD
Matthew Miller (Daniel Magder) has moved to a new town with his mother Christine (Janet Kidder) & his new step-dad Jacob (Sean Devine) who he had his own issues with. Matthew is a boxing fan with heavy knowledge of the sport as well as his grandfather was once a boxer & referee. Coming to a new town also means being the new kid at school & as he made friends with Ruby (Emma Grabinsky) & Nick (Samuel Chu), he also made an enemy after asking out Teresa (Tess Atkins) in her boyfriend Hector (Jaren Bartlett) leading to constant bullying from him & his crew. Once incident caused the school janitor Dan Barnes (Steve Austin) to step in & encourage Matthew to join the boxing club which he does behind his mother's back who didn't approve of it. After Hector destroyed him in the first sparring match & Coach Harward (Roman Podhora) kicking Matthew out of the gym for what he did after the match, Dan agreed to train him which gave Matthew new confidence but after another incident with Hector, Dan arranged a boxing match between the two to settle the issue. So while preparing for the fight, Matthew has to deal with relationships around him with other people such as Ruby, his parents, and Dan.

Other reviewers have compared this to "The Karate Kid" which it is in many ways as far as the story of a kid being bullied & someone stepping up to help him overcome it. This was an enjoyable family movie & I have to admit that I liked the influence of boxing in this movie while the acting & script wasn't bad at all for this being straight to home video. In the end, this is something I would recommend for a viewing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By runningman on May 31, 2011
Format: DVD
I am a big fan of Steve Austin movies. I too recognized the "karate kid" scenario. I am a high school teacher and plan to purchase a copy of this movie to show my students. This movie was well written and the characters were portrayed very much like parents of the students in my classroom. This movie shows another side of Steve Austin as a mentor and a counseler to young people. I loved the interactions between the high school student and his parents. The movie reprsents a good example of how bullying can be overcome by developing the self confidence that all students can attain through parental support and of course through the help of Steve Austin. This is the message that Steve gives through this film that I would like all of my students to hear.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on May 9, 2011
Format: DVD
Imagine living in a world where every movie plot is fashioned from the Karate Kid. In this movie it is boxing instead of karate. I must give kudos to the casting director for being able to find people whose acting ability were on par with Mr. Austin. At times the acting and script was so hokey I found myself laughing at the serious moments of the movie, such as when boy Matthew first tells his mom and step-dad he wants to box. The lines and acting were so bad, I thought this might be a comedy. This might be a good movie for tweens, but beyond that it's a bust. One bright spot was Emma Grabassky, the young girl who played Matthew's gf. I can't figure out how she slipped through the bad actors only screen.

What I really want to know is how does one get funding for this type of tripe? You go the studio and say, "I have written a screen play stolen from the Karate Kid. I have substituted the word "boxing" for "karate." I got Steve Austin to play Mr. Miyagi and he promises never to smile and to only speak in truisms. We are going to find worse actors than Austin, so as not to upstage him. We won't have a decent soundtrack either and the director is blind." I think a movie about trying to sell this film would have been more entertaining.
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By kyle krolicki on July 7, 2014
Format: DVD
What led me to this movie was my interest in Steve Austin's other movies like "condemned" which has other great actors like Manu Bennett.so I was thinking I would watch a underdog typed movie one day. And I pulled this out of my movie cabinet ,it was unopened so I said" heck ,ill give it a shot". that was a pretty bad mistake. Even though it didn't harm my brain with being so bad. But it was bad enough to say at the end of the movie "wow, that sucked"

the movie is not a extremely terrible movie but it is pretty bad. The movie is based on a student who moved schools and is starting to get bullied because he was a private school kid. He talks with the school janitor who has a lot of boxing experience. The student goes to him to learn to box...he then joins the team and beats the best boxer in the league in 1 out of 3 rounds.........what? I'm sorry but I'm confused, Steve Austin trains this kid for about a weak and he instantly is converted from a nerdy little kid to a knockout puncher........whatever? no bad blood with Steve, I love the guy but this is my least favorite of his. 2 out of 5
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