Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by CereserBr, Aug 30, 2015.
I will it give it a try... and u guys?
Know nothing about it really.
Probably will out of curiosity.
this is a great thread
I just read the first line of the summary and I am confident I will never watch it.
Action movies are more often than not trash.
Action movies with female concentration are always trash.
Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.
I'll watch a 3 minute clip of it on youtube.
Watch it? I'm going to buy it Is normal.
Will watch for Meisha and Holms, dont care for the Barry Bonds forehead girl.
I don't care who is in a movie. If the reviews are good (critics and/or friends) I'll check it out. If they suck, then I'll avoid it like the plague.
So unless I see a stream of people or critics saying it's a good movie, then no. I'm not going to go out of my way to catch it.
And if the critics and friends say it sucks, even if I would normally catch a movie in that genre I'll avoid it like the plague (*COUGH* Fantastic Four *COUGH*).
Gina is the hottest of them all and ive never watched her movies.
No point, the entire fight will be available the next day as a 15 second gif
I sure will and i'll gladly watch the sequel with Ronda, joanna and Gina.
I can't picture this movie being worth my time
It's literally a D-level movie (production wise). The critics, if there even any, won't be giving this movie good reviews.
Won't be watching it at first. Only it I have absolutely nothing to do.
That's why I also mentioned friends. Critics can be helpful, but they pan a lot of movies that I enjoy.
Army of Darkness and Sharknado baby!
Looks like they already saved budget on Sci-Fi effects for one of the them.
If you think this is something new and special there are other low budget crappy straight to DVD movies featuring male and female UFC/MMA fighters. I don't think this is Meisha's first one. Have you watched the other(s)? There's a movie that plays now and then on the other crappy Showtime channel that features Machida and Anderson. I can never watch because it's horrible but I did see the scene where they help train the main character. It entertained for that minute or so.
It's clearly low budget B film. The posters, "marketing" for it (if you can even call it that) have been god awful, like, middle school level design with ridiculous typos, things like that. Whoever is in charge of this movie.. well.. I have a feeling they won't be getting any recognition any time soon for their work in a good way.
I will watch it under the "it's so bad it's good" pretense. Anyone going in expecting even a halfway decent film is in for disappointment.
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