Synopsis: Shawn MacArthur, the kind-hearted son of an Alabama wrestling coach, makes a grim living selling fake products on the streets in New York. After dealing with thieving punks, he's discovered by bare-knuckle/street-fight manager, Harvey Boarden. He soon proves himself worthy and starts earning a small fortune, part of which he volunteers to spend on single mother Zulay Velez. Shawn doesn't cheat and that seems to be a major problem, notably after the arrival of his Alabama high-school rival.
Genre: Action, Drama, Sport
Director(s): Dito Montiel
Production: Rogue Pictures
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
105 min

See you later.

Excuse me. You know

where 42nd Street is?

Hey! What are

you doing?

Stop him,

he took my briefcase!

I got you,

don't worry about it!

Hold on a second, ma'am,

there, I'll get it.

Thank you.


Hey, you're holding people up here!

How you doing today?

Not so good.

Through the

turnstile, please.

Yo, we got it! Piano Man, Piano

Man. Billy Joel. Uptown Girl.

Hello, beautiful. Anybody selling

tickets to Piano Man? Box seats.

Piano Man!

Les Misrables, sir.

Les Misrables.

Come on. Billy Joel,

Uptown Girl.

Anybody selling ticket

for Piano Man?

Uptown Girl!

We Built This City on Rock and

Roll. You know that's it, come on.

Hey, Janet,

how you doing?

You okay today?

You be careful today,

there's cops everywhere.

Anybody selling

tickets for Piano Man?

IPods! Harry Potter books!

IPods, $20.

Uptown Girl. We Built This City

on Rock and Roll. You know...

How you doing, ma'am?

IPods, $20.

I like that oriental

jacket you got on.

That's $20 each, ma'am.

Two for $20!

No, no, you got...

That's $20 right

here, ma'am.

You got to give me

another $20.

Ma'am, you got two

of them right there.

How you doing,

young lady?

How much is this

Harry Potter book?

$20. Kids love them things,

that Harry Potter stuff.

You got kids,

they gonna love that.

Yo, move your sh*t, man.

What's that?

IPods, $20!

Move your sh*t, man.

How much is your book?

I'm just trying to

make some money, man.

Harry Potter Versus

the Hipopotamus?

This is misspelled.

No, that's how

you spell it.

Where do you

put the tape?

No, it's not a Walkman,

it's an iPod, sir.

Move all this sh*t, man.

Move all this sh*t.

Excuse me, can I have

my money back?

I want my money back.

Hey, hey!

What are you doing?

Get off me!

Get off me!

Come on, stop!

I'm sorry! I'm sorry!

Drop this, man!

Get off me, I said!

Don't run, b*tch!

Watch yourself!

Get off me, man!

Look, I'm sorry. I'm

not trying anything.

Grab that.

Grab that. Grab that.

Hey, hey, hey.

Come here. Come here.

Hey, what are you doing?

Just watch yourself.

Give me

back my money!

Somebody ought

to call the cops on you.

Walk this way, walk.

Pay your fare!

Hey, Mr. Sou.

How you doing, Mr. Sou?

Good? You know that

Radio Music Hall up there?

Man, I'll tell you, they

tried to kill me up there, man.

I bought some stuff

from downtown.

It was a fake book. I don't

even know how you do a fake book.

I'm gonna get some umbrellas

from you, is that okay?

Can I get some umbrellas from you? Yeah?

You said $100

last time, right?

I got in a fight, lost all my

money. This is all I got left.

Is that okay?

That's $100 right there. I

got one $20 left, all right?

Man, I had my stuff at

Radio City Music Hall.

I ain't gonna go down

there no more, though.

They're a bunch of crooks down

there. I'll see you later, Mr. Sou.

It's that kid from before,

Harvey. He's coming in here.

Can I help you?

Come on, look, I want

my money back, okay?

What money are you

talking about?

You know what I'm talking

about. Look, I don't mean no...

Come on.

He took it.

No, he did not... Okay,

I want it back right now.

He took your money? Okay.

Same shirt and everything.

This is Z and

as you can tell,

he's a little retarded

sometimes, okay?


Look, listen.

How much are we talking about

here? Don't give him sh*t.

No, no, listen. I've

got this. How much...

Hey, that's not nice.

That's not nice.

Here, thank you very much.

I should call the police on

you, you know? You should.

That's exactly what you should do.

I'll wait here for you if you want.

You know, you shouldn't be

robbing people, you know that?

And especially ones that

can come and find you.

Why don't you sit down and

talk to me for a second?

I just want to have

a conversation with you.

I was talking

about you earlier.

Look, try some of these bread

things, they're terrible.

You're going to

go after this kid?

Hey, wait up a second.

Where you going?

You know, that was some show

you put on out there today.

In the streets, you

know, the fisticuff thing.

Can I ask you one

question, though?

I'd much rather you

just stop following me.

I'm not following you, I'm

walking down the street.

But look, if you

want to make money...

You know...

Sorry, buddy.

There ain't

no friends here.

Think sitting behind a desk,

sucking ass all day, is making money.

Look, I'm Harvey Boarden,

all right?

Let me introduce myself,

I'm Harvey Boarden.

Shawn MacArthur.

Good to meet you.

You like to fight?

If I have to.

I can make you $5,000.

Got you interested, huh?

You see that store

right there?

You ever wonder how little

places like that stay in business?

BMW parked in front of it.

People dressed nicely.

They like people

that like to fight.

You want to make

some money at it?


Yes or no?

You don't want to make no

money, you don't have to go.

You can go on

with your life.

I can make $5,000 with

you on one fight alone.

You can stay there

and go home if you like

or you can come

and get $5,000.

Wait, hey.

You ain't got no place to

go, go where you're going.

You better give me $5,000

if I walk across the street.

Come on, break out

one of them umbrellas.

It ain't raining.

You're right.

You know these guys, you

ever seen these guys before?

I'm like an agent for them,

I get them talent and stuff.

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Robert Munic

Robert Munic is an American producer, writer, director and occasional actor. He is a director and the writer/Co-Executive Producer of the television series Empire, a hit television series for FOX that has won several top honors from the NAACP, BET, the Golden Globes and Fox Television’s Teen Choice Awards.In 2016 mogul Dr. Dre personally selected Munic to write and executive produce Apple’s first original television show. The series is entitled Vital Signs and is said to be a semi-autobiographical account of Dr. Dre’s life. more…

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