Against the Ropes details
|Starring:||Tony Shalhoub, Charles S. Dutton, Omar Epps, Meg Ryan|
|Director:||Charles S. Dutton|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Against the Ropes
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||02 Aug 2004|
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Harmless Hollywood FluffBy Goldenboots (53 reviews) from East Grinstead, England , 27 Sep 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Not really a serious film about boxing, more a piece of romantic Hollywood fluff. It passes a hour and a half pleasently enough, and the casting goes with the film, nice Meg, nasty Tony Shalhoub, mixed up Omar Epps etc. It been done a thousand times in Tinseltown and it will be done a thousand more. Harmless fluff.
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DireBy a customer from West Sussex, England. , 23 Oct 2006This has to be one of the worst films I have ever seen. The acting, if you can call it that, was appauling especially Meg Ryan. Not a 'great' actress she's best at the fluffy, ditsy blond roles - in this she just wasn't believable. The film was chock full of cliches too - an all round flop.
Against The Ropes (2004)By a customer from London , 07 Mar 2006Not a serous film about boxing but if your a fan of Meg Ryan, you'll love it, as she never fails to put a smile on your face.
Avoid at all CostsBy Mike Booth from Tamworth, Staffs , 12 Dec 2005we viewed this as it starred Meg Ryan and we thought that would ensure it would be good. unfortunately were were completely wrong. it was awful and a waste of time.
Against the ropesBy ANDREW BROWN from Croydon, England , 28 Aug 2005The a bad movie, very easy to watch with thte family
Mindless entertainmentBy a customer from Helston , 24 Aug 2005If you want an evening in and you don't want to have to sit in front of a film and follow it from start to finish then this is the film for that evening. It was basic, there were no twists or catches that you couldn't see coming a mile off but hey, at the end of the day it's based on a true story - and girls - we all know how difficult it is to progress in a mans world...
...and the ending was how we wanted it.