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Redbelt [Reino Unido] [Blu-ray]
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Set on the westside of the Los Angeles fight world, a scene inhabited by bouncers, cagefighters, cops and special forces types REDBELT is the story of Mike Terry(Chiwetel Ejiofor), a Jiu-jitsu master who has avoided the prize fighting circuit, choosing to instead pursue a life of honor and education by operating a self-defense studio with a samurai's code. Terry and his wife Sondra (Sonia Braga) struggle to keep the business running to make ends meet. An accident on a dark, rainy night, between an off duty officer (Max Martini) and a distraught laywer (Emily Mortimer) puts in motion a series of events that will change Terry's life dramatically introducing him to a world of promoters (Ricky Jay, Joe Mantegna) and movie star Chet Frank (Tim Allen). In order to pay off his debts and regain his honor, Terry must step into the ring for the first time in his life.
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The cast features Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tim Allen, Emily Mortimer, and Joe Mantegna. Tim Allen is the stand out here as he ditches his Home Improvement persona for a much darker character. I would say it's the best performance of his career.
Chiwetel Ejiofor does a great job portraying a Jiu-Jitsu expert and instructor. This isn't your normal martial arts movie--the story is intricate and thoughtful--just what you'd expect from Mamet. Mamet and Ejiofor do an excellent job of showing the hard work and struggle it takes to run a martial arts school while sticking to the principles set forth from master to student.
Don't get me wrong-- the fight scenes are incredibly realistic. I've never seen Jiu-Jitsu portrayed so accurately in a movie.
The martial arts themselves are done quite well, so when they are presented, you can't help but watch. Very wonderful film.