T.K.O. (2007)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller


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In the city where image is everything, the criminal underworld holds a fight tournament where legends are born, and the men who own them rule the streets.


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12 January 2013 | Supremethunderclap
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| Not good
While I love bad films this one is really not cohesive. The story is OK. The problem is the fact the acting isn't realistic. Your random violence interspersed with weak character development doesn't help yet a good actor could take little direction and make something usable. Example, this is one of Dianna Agron's first works. She manages to make what was probably a two line direction into something believable. Those 2 stars are for her. If you are her fan, and you want to see her fire a pistol, watch this. On the flip side Look at Samantha Alacorn. Her failure to take what she was given makes her character wholly uninteresting thorough the entire movie. Finally, this is supposed to be a fight film about a tournament. 'In the city where image is everything, the criminal underworld holds a fight tournament where legends are born, and the men who own them rule the streets.. 'the blurb says. So where is the tournament?. We get fights yes. if that's the tournament I am disappointed. My assessment: Dianna Agron's the only reason this movie still exists.

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