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At 18, Diana has a chip on her shoulder; she's close to expulsion from high school for fighting, her mother is dead, her dad is surly, the popular girls at school set her teeth on edge, she knows men can cause pain. When she picks up her younger brother at a Brooklyn gym where he boxes to please his father, she decides she wants to train. Hector, a coach, reluctantly agrees to teach her. It's soon clear to him that Diana has talent; he pushes her. She spends time with another young fighter, Adrian, who has a girlfriend, but Diana intrigues him and stirs real feelings he tries to articulate. She, too, must accommodate her toughness and ironic detachment to her feelings for him.Written by
Being into Full-contact sports myself, Thaiboxing, Boxing, MMA and others I find this movie to be utterly ridiculous. The "boyfriend" seemed to be in a good shape, he had trained for years and was muscular. But yet he got beaten by a GIRL half his size that had trained for less than a year. And not only beaten, but KO´d. He must have been at least 50 pounds heavier than she so she knocking him out would be like me knocking Mike Tyson out.
Girls are weaker than men, thats a medical fact and the women with the weird name that made this movie is obviusly an ignorant feminist.
Just plain stupid.
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