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(257) 2.7 98 min 2019

Chokehold is a video starring Casper Van Dien, Melissa Croden, and Lochlyn Munro. Story of a woman who seeks revenge on the Russian Mob for the death of her father. She battles her way up in the underground mixed martial arts...

Casper Van Dien, Kip Pardue, Melissa Croden, Lochlyn Munro
Action, Drama, Crime
Brian Skiba

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Drama, Crime
Director Brian Skiba
Writer Craig Michael Hall, Brian Skiba
Stars Casper Van Dien, Kip Pardue, Melissa Croden, Lochlyn Munro
Country USA
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Zoey, an up and coming mixed martial arts fighter, gives up her dream of fighting in a worldwide mixed martial arts tournament to fight in the seedy, underground world of mixed martial arts fighting after her father is killed by the Russian mob associated with the underground fighting world. She battles a lot of fighters in many different venues to get the ultimate fight, a fight with the people responsible for her father's death.

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Monday, 01 Jun 2020 06:19

I'm a big fan of Rob Cohen's films, and his role in the movie "Chokehold" is one that I like a lot. His character, Chuck, has been a heavyset man, not overweight like so many of the guys he played in the films, but he is now a chubby guy. It is interesting, since he lost his fight with the family doctor when he was young. He goes to see the doctor in the hospital, and he complains about the doctor, and after the doctor says that he is on medication and will not stop, Chuck says, "Oh yeah? You think I should go to the doctor again." This is the point where we find out Chuck's motive. It was not that he wanted to lose weight, but that he wanted to be the hero. He had all the money, the clout, the help he needed. And so, when he met the doctor, he realizes that they were on the same team. He is also in the film as a character named Mike, who has been trying to get into boxing for years, and is doing it as a gangster. He runs into Chuck at a gym where Chuck's mom used to work, and in an earlier scene, he is the guy helping her fight. It is interesting that Chuck is a trainer in the film, but he is also the guy who has a lot of power in the gangster world. Mike, a boxer, also gets the trainer's license and gets Chuck his official fight against Mike in a fight in a high school gym. After the fight, Chuck tells Mike that he had never been in a fight, and Mike had never even had a fight. So, Mike goes to Chuck and explains that he has been in a fight. Chuck doesn't know what to say, and his reaction is to agree. Mike tells Chuck that he never had a fight before, but he told Chuck that he had always wanted to be the champion, and he never got a chance to be. So, the most important part of the story is that Chuck is not sure what to do about this situation. Mike tells him that he has a lot of money, and Chuck decides to turn into a gangster himself. He is also told by his old boss that he should not get into fights and that he should not go to the doctor. Chuck has a number of problems with his daughter and his wife, but he is too good to be married to a drug addict. But, he is not happy. He goes to the gym, and we find out that Chuck has friends who are on the same team as he is. He also meets a number of people he has met before in the movie, including a woman who was his fight coach in the past. We see that Chuck was also a fighter. He trains at the gym and gets to beat up a lot of people, including the coach, who is now the trainer for Chuck. As he tells Chuck about his previous life, he also tells Chuck that he was a trainer and he was too good to be married to a drug addict. After he and Chuck turn into a gangster, Mike and Chuck both end up in jail, but Chuck does not know that he has a new friend who has not seen him for a long time. When Mike gets out of prison, Chuck finds out that he is a friend of his old boss. Mike was a coach, and he gets a lot of money, which Chuck keeps for himself. He also ends up meeting the gangster who is also Chuck's rival, and they begin to make their way together. And we find out that Chuck is really a bully and a guy who is not satisfied with his life. But, Chuck has a lot of friends in prison. And Mike also has a daughter who is a fighter. It is very interesting that Chuck
Sunday, 24 May 2020 03:58

I went to see this movie expecting a simple action movie with a great, simple, forgettable plot. It is a movie that it could have been. I was pleasantly surprised, but I guess in this day and age, Hollywood really doesn't give a hoot about details. "Masters of the Universe: Hell on Earth" is a film about relationships. I could have seen this without a big, obvious love story, but a couple of years ago, John Carpenter made a film called "The Thing". It was about a psychic who could kill people in an instant and then appears from the shadows and causes mayhem. His wife (the mother of the boy he had murdered years earlier) is a psychoanalyst and she goes around all day with her scissors and talking to the dead. It was a very believable, great film. "Hell on Earth" is about the kind of relationships Hollywood seems to think it can put into a movie. A child who has been born into a family of a "bad" mother who has tried to kill him, who later goes to a college and meets a girl who has a nice and simple life. The boy is going to meet a girl who will be able to change his life for the better. The mother is also coming into the picture as the evil mistress of the college. I could not stop thinking about that film. It really touched me. I can see the film to this day and I still love it. It's a different kind of movie. It is one of those movies that you can go back to again and again without getting bored or bored out of your mind. You don't have to be a genius to have a good time watching it. I've seen this film more than a few times. I still love it. I don't know why John Carpenter made that film or why they made "The Thing". Perhaps they were trying to make a big, big film, something like a "Jaws" or "Jaws 2". But as a film it has its flaws, but as a movie, it's great. I loved it. I hope "Hell on Earth" is as good or better than "The Thing". I know John Carpenter has some movies I'm going to want to see and I will.

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