Synopsis: Remo Street is a young fighter who comes from a world where nothing is easy, so when he is faced with the opportunity to train with a world class coach, he has to choose between the long hard road to honor and glory, or succumbing to a brutal future as a cage fighter for the Russian Mafia.
Genre: Action
Director(s): Bradford May
  3 wins.
85 min

- Hey Al, what's happenin' man?

- Hey street, how's it going?

- Oh, same ol' same ol'.

- You know might wanna

try one of the protein

shakes one of these days.

Just to see if you even like the

taste. Who knows?

You might hate 'em.

- Yeah, but what if it's the

best thing I've ever had?

Then what?

- That's all right. It's on me.

My treat.

- Thanks man.

- Oh, you know what?

That reminds me.

Take a look at that

bulletin board.

Some guy put a new

post this afternoon,

I thought you might

be interested.

I mean it's nothing fancy just

someone looking for a couple

of guys to work on his truck.

Who knows?

Might be a few bucks for

an honest day's work.

- Yeah.

- It doesn't hurt to

try something new.

- Sometimes, I think

it's better I don't know

how good it tastes.

Fantasy over reality...


that's called denial.

- Night Al.

- G'night.

- Hey, hey!

- Hey!

- How are ya kiddo?

- Good.

- Yeah?

Shannon, how's school?

- Mid-terms next week. Ugh.

- Yeah right miss 4.0.

I know you'll do it again.

- I hope so.

- Thanks for watching

Jessie tonight.

I appreciate it.

- It's an easy job,

and she's a lot of fun.

- She loves you, and

that means a lot.

I'm a little short tonight,

can I get you next week?

- Yeah, no, that's cool.

I get it.

- Thank you.

- Bye Jessie!

- Bye Shannon!

See you tomorrow!

- Appreciate it.


- Wasn't expecting

you 'till later, Greg.

You wanna hear what

the press boys had to say

about last night's fight?

"What was supposed

to be an easy victory

for Greg 'the Sterling kid',

"turned into a surprise defeat

at the hands of newcomer,

"Dorian manta, in last

night's feeder fight.

"Sterling seemed to

struggle from the first bell

"all the way through what was

an uncharacteristically short

"and decidedly one-side fight.

"Returning to his home

camp with an unexpected

"and humiliating loss.

"Now, without a careful plan

for his next two fights,

"Sterling could easily remove

himself from the running

"for the next ultimate

fighter competition feeder

"coming in a few weeks."

- One loss and they count

me out, keep dreaming.

- It's not the loss of one

fight that's the problem, Greg.

All I'm saying is,

maybe you've been a

little distracted is all.

So where you headed

off to this time?

- Vegas, for a few

days to recover.

- You're not coming

with us today?

Greg, you haven't

seen him in 18 months,

and at least you gotta...

- I gotta what?

You got nothing.

- You ready baby?

- Yeah, babe.

I'm done here. Let's go.

- Bye coach Ozzy.

- Hey.

- I'm outta here.

Have fun today.

- We have plans, in Vegas.

- Greg, come on.

Please, not today.

- Look I'm sure there's

a lot to catch up on,

so why don't you just give

me the cliffs notes version

on Sunday when I get back.

- No, Greg!

He's still our father.

- Don't bother,

I've already tried.

- Thank you.

All right, chief.

- Good to see you, James.

- It's good to see you brother.

- Only by marriage, you bastard.

- I got you this.

- It's beatiful jazzy.

- I figured, since it doesn't

require a lot of attention,

it'd be easy for

you to take care of.

- Hey, I deserve that.

Jazzy, I'm really sorry...

- just save it.

Damnit, I missed you, dad.

- I missed you too, baby girl.

I missed you too.


- Something... came up.

- Yeah, I get it.

Well, at least my

baby girl came.

All right.

- Let's get outta here guys

before they change their minds,

and keep you another night.

- Sure could use

a nice, cold brew.

- James, been a long time.

How are ya?

- Good to see ya, Al.

You got my favorite beer?

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