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Knucklehead [Blu-ray]

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Shortly after Eddie (Mark Feuerstein) loses his new fighter and finds himself $50,000 in debt to longtime nemesis and bookie Memphis Earl (Dennis Farina), he discovers Walter (Big Show), a bumbling 7-foot, 440-pound, life-long resident of the orphanage-turned-handyman with his own debt problems: The kitchen fire Walter caused will close down the church s orphanage in a week unless he comes up with $50,000. Upon overhearing Walter's predicament, Eddie convinces the no-nonsense head nun, Sister Francesca that Walter can win the $100,000 grand prize at the tournament to pay off the church's debts. But in order to do so, he will need to take Walter on the road, enter amateur fights along the way, and teach him how to become a real fighter. Sister Francesca dispatches Mary (Melora Hardin) as a chaperone for both Walter and the money and gives Eddie a week and a prayer to make it happen.

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  • Actors: The Big Show, Mark Feuerstein, Melora Hardin, Dennis Farina, Bobb'e J. Thomson
  • Directors: Michael W. Watkins
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B003YGC7QM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #186,651 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Knucklehead [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on November 25, 2010
Format: DVD
Paul "Big Show" Wight plays Walter Kronk, a 32 year old orphan who's looks like a giant but it really just a child at heart & accidently sets fire to the kitchen in the orphanage causing thousands of dollars of damage that will result in the place being shut down in a week if they don't get the money to begin repairs. Elsewhere is a man named Eddie Sullivan (Mark Feuerstein) who's a mixed martial arts promoter who owes a heavy debt to Memphis Earl (Dennis Farina) & is trying to find a new fighter to win a tournament to get the money he needs to pay off the debt. After meeting Walter, Eddie convinces the head nun Sister Francesca (Wendy Malick) that Walter could make the money as a MMA fighter in a tournament out in New Orleans & send him off on the road, for the first time in his life, with her assistant & Walter's friend Mary (Melora Hardin) as a chaperone. From there they get attempt to build his reputation via the internet by fighting in the most unusual situations such as churches, backyard at a children's party, a bear at a carnival, and frat houses while running into issues of their own such as transportation issues, Eddie & Mary facing their past, Walter seeing this as his only opportunity to be a hero, and Memphis Earl & his fighter Redrum (Lester Speight) trying to stop them at all cost.

Anyone who's seen Big Show on WWE television or the now famous Saturday Night Live episode back in 2000 knows that Show is funny doing the "Chris Farley" method in that he's a big softhearted guy who's just very clumsy & doesn't realise just how big he is at times leading to a lot of physical humor.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Micheal Hunt on November 7, 2010
Format: DVD
Ignore the reviewer who mentioned "Jackass" in his review. This is not a bunch of idiots daring each other to do stupid things, it's a family movie. Paul Wight plays Walter, a 7 foot tall orphan who has never left the orphanage, also a gentle giant who wouldn't hurt a fly. The orphanages kitchen burns down, and in order to save the orphanage, they have to raise money in a week to replace the kitchen. So a trainer discovers Walter, and takes him on a road trip to train him to be a fighter and attempt to win a martial arts contest to get the money.

Sure, the plot sounds pretty thin, but as does most light-hearted family comedies of this type. You will see the typical love interest, fart gags and corny jokes that go into the making of these kinds of films. It's a decent movie, better then you might expect, but just do not expect it to be a Steve Austin action movie or a Glen Jacobs (Kane) horror movie it is far from either. Take note when you see the PG-13 rating, and not M or R, so do not expect "JACKASS" to appear and start clubbing each other in the nads to win over some mindless teenagers idea of what funny is. And do not expect Paul Wight to bring out a Show Stoppa either... however, he does bring out the Show Ploppa!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tony d lawson on December 22, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A delightful surprise. The movie was entertaining and funny. It did not try to be anything more than fun entertainment. I am not sure why it went DVD only as it was as good as any comedy of late at theaters. The storyline is easy to follow and the development of the story and its direction is easy to identity with. It is a cute movie with minimal foul language. You do not have to be embarasses if you watch it with your kids. The cast and supporting cast is quality actors and Big Show does a good job in his role.
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By fmwaalex on January 17, 2013
Format: DVD

I am a huge wrestling fan and a huge movie fan so when the two come together I am all in. this was a comedy that WWE put together starring The Big Show as your typical man child. With the title that this film has I am sure you know what you are getting into. The best thing about this movie is that it is a family film. My little cuz and I have watched this a few times because she loves it.

Walter Krunk [Big Show] is a full grown orphan is a mess that breaks all things around him, but he has a big heart. When an accident in the kitchen of the orphanage leaves the room burned down they are told they have ten days to fix it or be shut down. Enter Eddie Sullivan [Mark Feuerstein] a fighter manager who is in dept to the wrong people and needs to pay them back. When he finds Walter he takes the giant under his wing so that they can win some fights and hopefully they will both get the money they need.

For the adult watching this it may not be a laugh out loud classic comedy but it is an enjoyable film. As for the kids they will love it, what is better than a big kind hearted giant who is very clumsy. This is a fun movie that actually has some decent fight scenes for a family flick. My cuz in particular loved the bear part, reminds me of the kid flicks from the 90's and such. You know like "Kindergarten Cop" and such, it just as that feeling about it.

The Big Show makes for a great lead in this family friendly movie which makes sense given his comedic turns in the WWE. He delivers with his character very well and the physical comedy is well done. Feuerstein is good here as well playing a guy you should hate because of what he is doing but you root for him anyway.
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