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A boxing drama set in the near-future where 2,000-pound robots that look like humans do battle.

Starring:
Evangeline Lilly, Anthony Mackie
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 7 minutes
Starring Evangeline Lilly, Anthony Mackie, Kevin Durand, Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo
Director Shawn Levy
Genres Science Fiction
Studio WALT DISNEY STUDIOS MOTION PICTURES
Rental release 20 February 2012
Main languages English
Dubbing Ukranian, Russian
Subtitles Ukranian, Estonian, Russian, English, lithuanian, Bulgarian, Romanian, latvian
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 7 minutes
Starring Evangeline Lilly, Anthony Mackie, Kevin Durand, Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo
Director Shawn Levy
Genres Science Fiction
Studio WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 20 February 2012
Main languages English
Dubbing Ukranian, Russian, French
Subtitles Dutch, Ukranian, Estonian, Russian, lithuanian, French, latvian
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Format: DVD
Real Steel is directed by Shawn Levy and collectively adapted to the screen by John Gatins, Dan Gilroy and Jeremy Leven from a Richard Matheson short story called Steel. It stars Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo, Evangeline Lilly, Anthony Mackie, Kevin Durand, Hope Davis and James Rebhorn. Music is scored by Danny Elfman and cinematography by Mauro Fiore.

Set in the near future, robot boxing is a big crowd pulling sport. After a struggling robot operator is introduced to an 11-year-old son he has never known, they stumble upon a discarded robot at a junk yard....

We can all moan about the mimicry of an idea and the clichés that dominate Real Steel, but you really got to hand it to the makers for what they have achieved. They have crafted a family film that's perfect in this day and age. The story is one that any adult Sylvester Stallone fan can acknowledge and appreciate, the human heartbeat pleasingly steady, while the premise of big colourful robots beating the crap out of each other delights youngsters and us adults who are young at heart. Film pretty much does what any other film of this type does, lays on the syrup in the last quarter where second chances and family strife come thundering through the plotting. Undeniably it's hugely derivative, events are joystick operated to get an emotional response from a family audience, while product placement reins and the script often sags under the weight of unoriginality. But it does uplift the spirit and getting to the end is easy since it's so much berserker fun. Yes it's Atom the people's champion, yes it's David V Goliath and yes! It's Balboa V Creed. Nothing wrong with that really.
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By ElaineG TOP 100 REVIEWER on 10 April 2012
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We sat and watched this with the kids last night and we all loved it. My 12 year old said it was awesome! I see someone else said it was like Rocky meets Transformers and yes, that probably sums it up well. The storyline can be a tad predictable, but its still very enjoyable. At the start of the film Hugh Jackman is a struggling robot boxing promoter - going through a very bad patch (everything he touches seems to go wrong) - who "agrees" to spend time with his 11 year old son who he hasnt seen since he was a baby. A typical Underdog movie, the heroes struggle throughout the movie but come out victorious in the end - the boxing scenes are good and you cannot help but smile at the dancing Atom, and find yourself shouting for him to win his boxing matches. All in all, great fun to watch and hopefully there will be a second film in the series, it was certainly left that way - my son and I agreed on one scenario which meant a follow on could be possible.
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arrived very quickly!.
I will be honest my brother got this not me but I'm glad he did.
I think it's a great film!!!!!.
it may be about boxing robots but the human storyline in it between father & son bonding after the mothers death is very moving & the actor who plays the son is a very good actor.
I have never been a fan of Hugh Jackman & this is the first film I have seen him in & I think he is a very good in it too!.
you think that it isn't going to appeal to women robots boxing but it is a very good feel good film & I really can recommend it 100%.
as I have seen it twice already :)!!!!!.
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It has got some Spielberg's wualities like ability to make machine humans and produce a story that is half sentimental and emotional and half action. The mix is not always good but Jackman helps the film being watchable
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I love this film! Such an action packed family film that will have you off your seat. Highly recommended to watch!
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I'd got the idea that Real Steal was Rocky combined with Robot Wars, and if you enter this film with that concept you will be totally blown away as it is much mpre. I was originally going to title this review as Rocky With Heart, but that undermines the Stallone film, which had an awful lot of heart and this films owes that one a massive debt. It just updates that idea and the heart felt story for a new era.

And this film does have heart, a huge amount. It could initially be hampered with the 'father son' situation where Kenton and his son are thrown together having never really known each other (uh oh, done in almost EVERY American film going with a dad son), but in this film it WORKS. It works because of Jackman and Dakota Goya, who is able to turn in the sort of performance that does not irritate - like, say, the young Annakin in The Phantom Menace.

It also works because of the astonishing robots. I'll not say much more on the story, but it is a stormer.

On Blu Ray you get what you'd expect from picture quality, but even that is blown out by the thumping sound.

My kids loved it, I loved it, the wife loved it. Top class, and the sort of film that makes enjoying films even more of a pleasure.
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In the not too distant future where boxing is banned what better way to replace it than to build fighting robots to batter themselves into oblivion, Hugh Jackman plays the lead role of a robot boxer handler suddenly given the responsibility of looking after his son from a previous relationship, the two form an unlikely partnership in the robot boxing world. I would recommend this film to all, both kids and adults will enjoy this film.
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