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 ... See full summary »
Filled with scantily-clad cage girls in horror and anime costumes drenched in sweat and blood, models fight to the death, landing the ruthless and merciless survivor a multi-million-dollar contract with an international modeling agency.
Fell, Jumped, or Pushed is a romantic mockumentary that digs into the bizarre real-life disappearance of Sgt. Elmo Warrick. It is an utter bastardization of reality TV mixed with a healthy dose of early Christopher Guest.
Amanda V. Axtell
Only reason I watched this is it's 9.6 rating, OK I guess IMDb doesn't care about real reviews because this is obviously a bunch of fake salted bias positive reviews. Rarely is a movie above 7.5 and usually that means it's about a 5.5 or 6. Calcutta int'l. film festival must be smoking crack or taking bribes or have an investment in the film, or relative in it. There description is like reading the journal of a coke head that hasn't slept in 4 days as well. A bunch of uncommon words looked up in a thesaurus thrown together out of context, making no sense. Waste of time, poorly acted, camera is all over the place like a drunken college kid in cinema class for the first time.
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