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Real Steel [Blu-ray + DVD]

Hugh Jackman , Evangeline Lilly    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   Blu-ray
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Enter the not-so-distant future where boxing has gone high-tech - 2000-pound, 8-foot-tall steel robots have taken over the ring. Starring Hugh Jackman as Charlie Kenton, a washed-up fighter turned small-time promoter, Real Steel is a riveting, white-knuckle action ride that will leave you cheering. When Charlie hits rock bottom, he reluctantly teams up with his estranged son (Dakota Goyo) to build and train a championship contender. As the stakes in the thrill-packed arena are raised, Charlie and Max, against all odds, get one last shot at a comeback. Visually stunning and complete with knockout bonus material, Real Steel is a pulse-pounding, inspirational adventure filled with heart and soul.


Dans un futur proche, la boxe a évolué pour devenir un sport high-tech. Charlie Kenton, un ancien boxeur, a perdu toute chance de remporter le championnat depuis que les humains ont été remplacés sur le ring par des robots d'acier de 900 kilos et de 2,40 m de haut. A présent, il n'est plus qu'un manager minable qui utilise des robots bas de gamme fabriqués à partir de pièces de récupération. Il gagne juste assez pour survivre d'un combat à l'autre. Lorsque Charlie touche le fond, il accepte à contrecoeur de faire équipe avec son fils Max, qu'il a perdu de vue depuis des années, pour construire et entraîner un champion. Dans l'arène où tous les coups sont permis, les enjeux sont plus élevés qu'ils ne l'ont jamais été. Contre toute attente, Charlie et Max ont une chance, une seule, de faire leur grand retour...


Sometime in the not-too-distant future, boxing has been outlawed and replaced by fighting matches with robots. Big robots. Hulking, rock 'em, sock 'em mechanical robots. But if those machines are cutting edge, Real Steel sticks to an old-fashioned style of storytelling, with a tale of a down-and-out fight manager (Hugh Jackman) looking for a good 'bot to get back in the game, and get back out of debt. Hearts are further tugged by the arrival of this guy's 11-year-old son (Dakota Goyo), who hasn't seen his dad in many years but now needs tending. There's something endearing about the way nobody ever pauses to remark on the fact that they are in the presence of giant remote-controlled prizefighting robots; it's taken for granted in this cockeyed universe. Loosely inspired by a Richard Matheson-penned episode of The Twilight Zone, Shawn Levy's film is lavishly mounted and fairly ridiculous--although in this case, the human interactions are more preposterous and formulaic than the fun robot action. Jackman plays to his roguish strengths, Evangeline Lilly (Lost) gets the perfunctory love interest role, and the villains are uncomplicatedly hissable, from Jackman's good ol' boy rival (Kevin Durand) to the heavily accented owners (Olga Fonda, Karl Yune) of the most fearsome of robots, the undefeated Zeus. If you can imagine Rocky restaged with a pile of spare parts, you might be the audience for Real Steel. --Robert Horton

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This is a movie with some real heart and great acting done by all the main characters. Great plot set in near future of the difficult relationship of an estranged young son with his father who wants nothing to do with him that ends up rectifying a bond between them through a sport that has good feel to it. I've watched this more than once.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Nice Movie.... Feb. 9 2014
“Real Steel”the first High-Tec movie of Boxing with 8-Foot 2000-Pound Robots,I love it,and why not,
Charlie Kenton [Jackman]is a washed up boxer turn promoter,being down on his luck to the point of rock
bottom,got a message that his Ex has died,and left their son in the care of her sister,the sister husband offer
Charlie one “hundred thousand dollars” for the kid to stay with him for awhile,on till they get back from some trip,
so he reluctantly teams-up with his son Max [Dakota Goyo] to build this Robot so he could win some money
to pay off some bad debt. that he owes,what a good movie to have when you got nothing better to do on a Sunday,
when I saw the opening names I was surprised to see Kevin Durand in it,right away I said I wonder what role he
could play in this,Bad one,no he was good??? on this Disc you have to watch the Features with “Sugar-Ray Leonard”
Oh my this guy is still fast,Wow.
Widescreen 2.35:1
7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
Runtime 127 Minutes.
Very Nice Movie....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Aug. 25 2014
By Steve
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Great to deal with...Great Product & Delivery. A+++++
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lots of action March 29 2012
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I really liked this movie. I saw it on the airplane and bought 2 copies when we got home, one to give as a present and one to keep. It has an interesting story line about robot boxing in the future, Hugh Jackman looked really in shape for this movie and did a good job acting. The music was good as were the other actors. Highly recommended.
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