A reluctant bare-knuckle boxer and his manager brother must travel across the country for one last fight, but an unexpected travel companion exposes the cracks in their bond along the way.
A crossover of 'The Fighter' and 'Fight Club'? Sign me the fuck up, baby! Charlie Hunnam is quietly a very good actor despite starring in some stinkers, and I loved his last movie 'The Gentleman'.
You'll probably recognize Jack O'Connell from 'Unbroken' and Jonathan Majors from a lot of great recent work like 'Lovecraft Country', 'Da 5 Bloods' and 'The Last Black Man in San Francisco'. This is a fantastic crew of characters and an interesting concept, even if it feels kind of familiar. Plus, bare-knuckle boxing is just cool as all hell. Being in one of those basement fights with an orange-yellow tinge is definitely a life goal of mine.
As of today the movie is sitting at 78% on RT with 9 reviews. It's coming to select theaters Nov 6th and VOD Nov 10th.
Also, it actually turns out that the movie was shot in and around Feit's hometown of Fall River. How about that!