Oct 11, 2011

Real steel film review

Real Steel seems to be a boy of science-fiction action film, but the girls, there's something for you. Originally a short story, this film explores the surprisingly touching troubled relationship with Charlie (Jackman) on a mission to win big in tournaments where the Futurists Real Steel £ 2,000 robots are pitted against each other in the ring. Fans can not get enough and I found myself really do "to" fight on the screen. Normally, I would be afraid of these scenes, but the fact that robots are boxing it up out less painful than watching people, although these humanoid robots, makes it look very real. CGI is amazing that this film - and certainly a welcome change instead of an annoying side effect.



Rising star Dakota Goyo, shines in this film and he will steal your heart. He plays Max, the feisty 11 year old son of Charlie with a fiery spirit and he really nails the role. With a range of emotion that really brought out the characters of the film, it isn’t hard to see why Steven Spielberg was an Executive Producer. It definitely has his stamp on it. Max is also on a quest to learn more about his estranged father Charlie and they find out they both have a passion for the boxing bots!

Evangeline Lily plays Charlie’s love interest Bailey, and has truly shaken her ‘Lost’ role and created a lovely character in this movie. This movie really gave me some unexpected and truly delightful moments. There was laughter, fist-pumping and a couple of tears thrown in for good measure which all makes for a great movie. What I loved most was the lovely blend of story and action – so girls, grab your guy or date and take them to this one – you will both love it.


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