There Will Be Brawl (2009– )

TV Series   |  Action, Comedy, Crime


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In a Dystopian Mushroom Kingdom, corruption and avarice reign supreme. Even the greatest heroes of the land have buckled beneath the overwhelming will of the amoral elite. When a series of ... See full summary »


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Zach Grafton

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28 December 2010 | joe-935-122336
10
| Hilariously black interpretation of the world of Smash
As an avid smash player, I started with melee and went through all the drama that came with the upcoming title of Brawl. This series is great if you can appreciate both its fidelity to the games and a smart interpretation of how the characters would fit into the city life and the mobster scene archetypes. The drama, from the beginning, has intense potential to draw you in to see the rest. The characters are extremely believable, and are played by actors with awesome sense of tone. Probably the best aspect of There Will Be Brawl is probably the intense amount of effort put into creating the characters to be as recognizable as possible, along with a world so intensely dark and real that, really, you forget it's a movie. The players in Smash can't all be heroes anymore, and this movie does a great job of exploring how they all fit into the real world

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