Confessions of a Pit Fighter (2005)

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Confessions of a Pit fighter is a character driven action film about regret, consequences and the triumph of the human spirit. Eddie Castillo is a quiet man. He has survived seven years of ... See full summary »

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  • ARMAND ASSANTE stars as Argento in Alliance Group Entertainment’s “Confessions of a Pit Fighter”
  • FLAVOR FLAV (Lucky) and ARMAND ASSANTE (Argento) in Alliance Group Entertainment’s “Confessions of a Pit Fighter”
  • HECTOR ECHAVARRIA (Eddie Castillo) and ARMAND ASSANTE (Argento) in Alliance Group Entertainment’s “Confessions of a Pit Fighter”
  • RICARDO MADINA stars as David Castillo in Alliance Group Entertainment’s “Confessions of a Pit Fighter”
  • HECTOR ECHAVARRIA stars as Eddie Castillo in Alliance Group Entertainment’s “Confessions of a Pit Fighter”
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23 March 2008 | LordofStorm
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| A step up for Camacho
Having seen a lot of Art Camacho's previous work it is to go without saying that they have been very subpar. These are due to low budgets, bad actors, and bad producing. Confessions of a Pit Fighter marks a high point in his career as I think a good showcase of his potential.

Confessions is packed with some stylish editing, very decent cinematography, and some good acting here and there. Most notably is Armand Assante as the bad guy, and surprisingly Flava Flav did a good job. Hector Echavarria was not too impressive as the lead, although his brother David held his own. I think it's safe to say that there is a surprise in David's friend Aldo, who does a very good and convincing job in his role. Definitely someone to look out for I'd say.

The biggest problem with Confessions is that some of the editing gets a little overdone and can be annoying, and that the fight scenes could have been a lot better. It's very hard when the fights have nothing to do with the environment, but they get a little boring and repetitive at times, regardless to say that some parts are very fun to watch. A kudos and job well done to Art Camacho, I think he is restoring faith in some viewers, and with some more touch ups in his directing skills I think he can really do something great in soon time. As well a thumbs up to R. Ellis Frazier for delivering a pretty good script, a first good attempt. Looking forward to seeing what these two can do in the future.

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