I loved it, best wrestling film there is, although Ready to rumble and No holds barred aren't exactly good.But it's good British humour, (you can tell Smerch was involved in it) heartwarming and a good story over all.And if you're a wrestling fan and/or a Paige fan (as I am), I'd 100% recommend this, I loved it.A few inaccuracies, but that's kind of to be expected I think with biopics.Hopefully this will get some more eyes on the product and inspire a whole new generation of wrestling fans.
Fighting with My Family (2019) 1080p YIFY Movie
Fighting with My Family (2019) 1080p
Fighting with My Family is a movie starring Dwayne Johnson, Lena Headey, and Vince Vaughn. A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling...
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A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment.
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If you're a wrestling fan it's a mustReviewed byfingazmcVote: 10/10
This docu-drama follows the incredible story of WWE superstar Paige, or Raya Knight (Florence Pugh). Born into a cheerful wrestling family, Raya and her brother Zak (Jack Lowden) get a once in a lifetime opportunity to try out for the WWE. Raya earns the spot, with Zak being left behind, and Raya having to leave her family behind to compete for the spot as Diva. With rigorous coach Hutch (Vince Vaughn), Raya will be pushed to new limits while Zak faces a test moving on from his dreams. These journeys push them to fight for their family and prove what truly makes a star.
Florence Pugh becomes Raya Knight/Paige with her persistence and wit towards any obstacle being very inspirational. She respectfully adapts Paige and her final speech at WrestleMania looks exactly like its real-life counterpart. Jack Lowden does the same with Zak, my favorite character, as his character arc is so relatable with his struggles to move past his dreams of making the WWE, disregarding his own wife and child. Jack shows excellent range presenting Zak's eventual passion for helping others with his family's wrestling service and taking care of his child. Nick Frost and Lena Headey, as Ricky and Julia Knight, complete the family with their uniquely jovial, but lewd attitudes that only want the best for their children and other people in need. Vince Vaughn, as Hutch, is very impressive providing an inspirational mentor for Raya, as well in his real-life friendship with the Rock. Dwayne Johnson plays himself, enough said. In all seriousness, it is very entertaining and informative to watch his real-life impact on Paige.
Stephen Merchant spectacularly writes and directs, with the events presented in clear chronological order. But the real standout comes from his snappy writing, as all the jokes and emotional moments land. He truly knows how to write human and relatable characters. My favorite scene is when The Rock gives Raya's family a surprise call. Dwayne Johnson and Nick Frost truly give their all in the funniest repartee, while also giving the feels with The Rock presenting his admiration and best regards for Raya. Still, with all the positives, I feel that the film doesn't acknowledge all angles to a boxing match and the matches here feel very simplistic at times. However, the film's main intent is to flesh out the family first and then get into the nuances of the sport, so this flaw isn't particularly egregious.
The message of this film is that a person's character doesn't come from the title they hold, but by one's contribution to help others. Zak holds the strongest example of this. I give this film 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18 due to language and sexual references.
Reviewed by Arjun N., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.
I didn't know what to expect, but being a longtime wrestling fan I decided to see it. I found it kept my interest through the whole film and really enjoyed it. I remember her first match on Raw and it seemed pretty acurate, there were some errors in the film like Paige's time in NXT and one that stood out to me was during her Raw Debut match which took place in 2014 a women cheering was wearing an Apple Watch which came out in 2015