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When I got it I was just expecting your average fight movie, but worth watching to pick up on a few things.
Writer/director David Mamet's "REDBELT" may well be the best U.S. filmmakers have come up with in regards to the world of Jiu-Jitsu and mixed martial arts.
The movie centers around Mike Terry a well respected Jiu-Jitsu instructor who lives his life by a code of honor, respect , and discipline.
1. It's not really a martial-arts or action movie. Mamet says, "It's a story of the journey of a man who wants to be pure and gets tempted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sanpete
A man of ideals who lives by them. There is a hidden beauty of this film that most people pass by. Most people want to be entertained, but this inspires it's audience, or so I... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark T Witmer
Slow, long and plodding with a strong finish. Chiwetel Ejiofor is annoying and way too damn serious in this film. Alice Braga was not a very likeable character. Strange movie.Published 8 months ago by Ismail
Good movie...kinda left you hanging at the end, I wanted more and it was over. Kinda hope for a part 2.Published 9 months ago by GREEK