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Plot: At his new high school, a rebellious teen Jake Tyler is lured into an ultimate underground fighting club in a Backyard Fight, where he finds a mentor in a mixed martial arts veteran. After receiving threats to the safety of his friends and family, Jake seeks the mentoring of a veteran fighter, to… Runtime: 113 min Release Date: 14 Mar 2008
I saw this movie at a free screening a little while ago when it was called 'Get Some' and thoroughly enjoyed it. The fighting scenes are absolutely amazing. They did a good job of making sure the stunts didn't look fake - it's all very realistic. The way they shot it literally makes you feel like you're in those fights. I was blown away - and exhausted! - by the end of the movie.The story wasn't all that bad - maybe a little predictable, but it didn't matter. It never dragged on or got boring. Djimon Hounsou was awesome, as always.The camera work, along with the <more>
intense stunts and stylistic editing make this a great, fun time. If you like to have fun at the movies, be sure to check this out.
Before writing "Never Back Down" off as a retread of already covered territory: think "The Karate Kid" meets "Friday Night Lights" with ultimate fighting as a background, think of the elements that made those movies so great: fully fleshed out character who audiences can relate to and themes of pride and fighting for valor. Ulimately, this is what makes this such a winning film."Never Back Down" centers on Jake Tyler Sean Faris , a teen who has been in his fair share of trouble. When his family moves to Orlando to further the career of his aspiring <more>
tennis player brother, Charlie played winningly by Wyatt Smith . Suddenly a fish out of water, Jake quickly befriends Max Evan Peterswho plays the best friend/comic relief role perfectly who is trying to get in with the ultimate fighting circle of their school.This brings Jake into the eyesight of Ryan McCarthy, the big man on campus. Soon Jake has to make a stand to protect his pride and those he cares about.Faris plays Jake with so convincingly and with great heart. Whether it's fighting scenes with Cam Gigandet who plays Ryan with simmering rage and menace that you can't help but be afraid for Jake or big brother scenes with Wyatt Smith who plays the youngest Tyler Faris shows the well-roundedness of this character.Another great relationship is between Jake and his trainer Jean Roqua Djimon Hounsou in another outstanding performance . Roqua, who has his own demons to battle, learns from his student as he teaches.Aside from the intense and exhilarating fight sequences, amazing camera work and the most perfectly suited soundtrack, what this film has going for it is its sensibility. Unlike other "teen" movies, you immediately understand that the writer is not trying to create an idea that the teen life depicted is the norm, but reflective of these specific teens. It creates for a relatability that is usually absent from most teen films. If for some reason this film does not find an audience in the movie theaters, I believe when it's released on DVD, it will become a cult hit.
I thought this was an all around well done movie. it takes the classic underdog story and makes it more modern with a sport that is becoming huge. the fight scenes were way better than i had expected, this movie is a straight up guy flick, full of intense fight scenes, hot babes, nice cars, and a pretty sweet soundtrack. the movie also has a pretty good plot, every character has their own story that they can all relate to the main character's. this movie is easily the best fight movie I've ever seen, definitely better than fight club and even the rocky movies if you like action, than <more>
this is a definite movie to see, i was very happy with the film. definitely worth the price of the admission ticket
a heavily under-rated kick-arse movie, albeit its flaws... (by oli_rawlings)
Being a martial artist myself, i can understand why others may not feel the same way towards what i am about to say as this film is clearly aimed at a specific audience.Never back down is a good teen-young adult film. Why is it rated so low? It contains and deals with many issues that are in our every lives. Issues of pride, of bullying, of prejudice, of commitment and above all respect. Its promotional campaign does not do it justice. If one looks below the surface, this movie has some depth to it.Good things about it: fantastic soundtrack, good acting, great locations, professional fighting <more>
and pretty good story, albeit being a bit simple and predictable.Bad things about it: a bit cheesy, mostly predictable, lack of character development apart from Jake the main character and Jean Roqua, the occasional bad technique from my point of view and a clear plastic feel to it due to the beautiful people.I'm not much of a writter, all I'll say is this film is worth watching and is very empowering, particularly if you are a martial artist or have had a bad day.overall 9/10
Now in the 21st century, the old school brawlin' movies are over with. Their fad has worn out. Now, we are shoveled crap like Meet The Spartans and other seriously stupid parody movies, and then movies where senseless violence reigns dominant and there is no point to the movie anymore. But the beat-em-up genre has returned with Never Back Down.Most of you know the cheesy story line, which is the only reason that I have to give it a 9 instead of 10, a rebellious teen who gets caught up in some trouble which leads to the whole development of the movie. If you can set that aside and see what <more>
is being shown to you, it is easy to see why NBD is such a good movie. There is just enough action to keep the fans excited, enough drama to keep them drawn in, good plot development to keep you interested, a good mix of hot girls and for the ladies there are buff dudes, and the sense of morality and character.Being a martial artist for 10 years myself, I was pleased with the fight scenes although they cannot compare to The Protector but since this movie wasn't starring people like Jet Li who dedicate every performance to fighting, the actors did very well and proved themselves.The cheesy storyline and mediocre character development are the only things keeping me from giving this movie a 10 star rating. The critics gave this movie too harsh of a rating because they just didn't understand that this movie wasn't meant to win an Oscar or be hailed as the movie of the year, it was meant to give us a break from most of the crap movies now and do what movies are supposed to do, entertain us. Really worth a watch, check it out.
This movie is quite predictable. The story of a boy that gets into trouble in school and starts fighting because of that isn't original, but between all the predictable movies with this theme, certainly this is the best.Your attention is caught in every single scene. I think the best merit of Never Back Down is that it mixes a lot of types of movie. At the beginning, it's like one of that silly teenager's movie, showing the school, party and girls. Then the atmosphere gets darker and the world of fighting is showed, as well as family's problems, turning everything into a <more>
drama. And then... I won't tell the whole story, but I assure that you won't get bored.The acting was very well done too, especially Cam Gigandet. He definitely knew how to be the typical bad guy; not like those annoying bad actors in teenagers movie, but a darker, more "serious" one.Even with all these qualities that makes Never Back Down stands out, I don't think that older people will enjoy watching it... although the movie brings out a moral that fits in everyone.
Although this has been done 1,000 times (by Dragoneyed363)
. . . Never Back Down was still a really great movie that I had a lot of fun watching, and I was surprised with how much I actually ended up liking it. Of course this film is really very predictable and was basically just a rip-off version of Fight Club, The Karate Kid, and movies like that in general that was basically aimed at 16, 17, and 18 year old boys, but it was really enjoyable if you just judge it based on an actual movie and not what audience it's trying to pull in.It did get pretty annoying and downright unbelievable at times, but I have to give this movie it's props, <more>
because the acting was done very professionally for a bunch of model-body teenage actors, and it also managed to keep me so interested and entertained through the entire film with semi adroit and crafty, motivating scenes and material matter. It gets a bit mediocre, as I have said, and some stuff just falls flat, but they handle everything they lack so well with other interesting and appealing scenes and substance, excluding the featherweight dialogue, haha. Overall, I was so happy with the outcome of this movie, because while being cliché, and certainly not worthy of winning an Oscar or anything like that, it was really enjoyable, and I had a great time watching it. If you lower your expectations and free your mind, I bet you will too. I suggest you see it if you can appreciate it for what it is. If anything else, there is Cam Gigandet and Sean Faris shirtless.
I saw the movie at a screening in LA a few weeks back, and really liked it. I haven't really gotten into the whole UFC/mixed martial arts thing, but I thought the fighting in this movie was exciting. Very fast, very intense, and as movies go enjoyable. The editing and the stunts worked well. The story is cliché, but so what, as it never gets old. A coming of age fight movie has to have something going on between the fights, and Djimon Hounsou did an amazing job. The movie is definitely worth a look and Djimon is always clutch. The movie works for what it is a fun, action-packed and full <more>
Perhaps my descriptive summary is unkind to this film. I enjoyed it so much because it depicts a young man learning to deal with his emotions, rather than being ruled by his fear of them. It is quite remarkable, the strength of character he ultimately develops, and his interactions with his instructor are gratifyingly free of the childish morality one dreads in such a film, or the typical oriental platitudes that often hallmark them because of the origins of martial arts. At the root of this, I think, is the film's willingness to observe and comment on the 'problem' emotion of <more>
anger. Rather than leave it festering, or simply transform it 'as if by magic', the audience can almost see the transformation in the main character, through his physical exertion, which eventually leaves him free of its destructive role in his life. For most, if not all, these reasons, I enjoyed the film because it resonated with me quite closely, but it may not be everyone's cup of tea.If nothing else, I for one will be researching the possibilities of training in mixed martial arts!