Given that, one would have an idea on how the acting in this flick goes. But as a 2011 movie, they could have levelled it up to a more brutally satisfying action. Girls might also mention Sean Farris and Cam Gigandet. Afterwards, he began fighting in other, smaller fighting leagues. And Justin has a bad MySpace emo haircut and works in a comic book store, thus making him the target of bullies in the neighborhood.
Teaching them about much more than fighting, Case prepares the young men for a competition called the Beatdown, run by local college kid and fight impresario Max Evan Peters. Is he really a psychopath or just a regular bad guy? This is a rare piece of cinema waited for release by a lot of fans and not just because it is a sequel to Never Back Down Hollywood action of 2008 with teen stars Sean Faris and Cam Gigandet, but because of real deal and other fighters. Zack, a former boxer forced into early retirement because of a detached retina suffered in a severe beating, played by Alex Meraz who has studied mixed martial arts, winning numerous tournaments in karate and the martial art of. Nevertheless, the action was good. Perhaps it is also be brought about by the lack of character development. Then suddenly at the latter part of the movie they are friends. When it's discovered that the father of one of the fighters came out of the closet as gay and left his family because of it, jokes and references to homosexual stereotypes and anal sex are made at the fighter's expense, shown to be an easy way to get him riled up, and while there seems to be some acceptance toward the end of his father, there's a general intolerance on display throughout the movie.
When their mentor gets set up by some bad cops, the young men band together to root out a traitor in their midst. This is one of at least five secondary stories that never really gets resolved. Consequently it made the movie shallow. At the end of the day, movies will be judged by most people considering all the factors that make it up. The first movie was about a rebellious teen Jake Tyler who lured into an ultimate underground fighting club in a Backyard Fight, where he finds a mentor in a mixed martial arts veteran played by an ex-fashion model and Oscar-nominating actor Djimon Hounsou.
He played the character of Tim Newhouse, a good son to a mother who is struggling to earn money for the family. The plot was a bit flimsy. It is atrocious as the characters seem to be hot-headed all the time. Again, the action here is more jam-packed which could leave the fans wanting for more of the sport. This is one of the big Hollywood mistakes of our times, it gave a chance to and to shine, but not to such guys, who is definitely much better that a lot of screen fighters. On my opinion this is a surprisingly high quality martial arts movie that much betters the original while maintaining the same sense of energy and realism.
There's also brief female nudity breasts , and a sex scene in which all private parts are strategically covered by long hair or camera angles. The characters also had more solid individual stories, and the actors did better. Too bad that they are just supporting roles. Michael Jai White has been an underrated performer his entire career. Mike, the college freshman recently kicked off the wrestling squad, played by Australian made actor Dean Geyer. In this feature he took the role of Mike Stokes — a college student who hates his gay father for leaving them for another man. And of course, Michael Jai White never fails in giving great fight scenes wherein he fights with policemen.
She was a girlfriend of Zack at first, but ended up with Mike after Zack broke up with her. Fight choreography: The original was choreographed by Damon Caro S. Recommendation engine sorted out realistic, serious, exciting and rough films with plots about rivalry, contests and competitions, martial arts, ambition, mixed martial arts, sport and violence mostly in Action, Drama and Sport genres. Or maybe they just forced a reason for that to happen. The plot was simpler and more solid.
Showing more heart-stopping blows and realistic broken bones could have made up for all the thumbs down this film is receiving. References and jokes about anal sex when it's discovered that the father of one of the protagonists is gay. The first Never Back Down was overflowing with cliché and thus very predictable, but it was entertaining to watch. Rest of the people plz don't bother to see. One of the protagonists autographs a woman's breast. For one, Mike and Zack hated each other for who knows why. Is it what the audience bought this movie for? Stovall did the impossible moves, a couple of which will have you shouting woah! The script was better, more bearable.
. Her story with Mike does not do any good for the romantic side of the movie, but then its movie makers might want to focus more attention to masculinity. There was nothing in this movie other than Michael Jai White one single fight with the cops. When it's discovered that the father of a protagonist is gay, characters make various jokes and references to anal sex. The list contains related movies ordered by similarity. Note: Sean Faris gained 15 lbs. Max encourages Mike and Zack to find the best trainer around, Case Walker, who teaches mixed martial arts in a vacant lot.