A Father's Love - The Real Steel Movie Review



The 2011 movies have been more interesting and futuristic as Shawn Levy’s “Real Steel” makes its way for the evolution of the business in the world of boxing where robots substitute for human boxers.  At the moment that boxing had been totally changed, Hugh Jackman, playing the role of the character named Charlie Kenton fights for the title of the best. Instead of the old concept of human fighting one another in boxing, steel robots exchange punches in the ring for more action thus making Charlie to hit rock bottom. He reforms himself through the efforts of his separated son named Max, who is being played by Dakota Goyo, to make another comeback in the field of boxing with the use of his steel robot made from scraps. Charlie is once again regained his passion to leave a permanent name in the sport of boxing through equipping and coaching a future champion.


Charles Kenton (Hugh Jackman) was a former boxing fighter and became a promoter in the underground world of robot boxing. He has many struggles as he is serious problems with many people that he owes money and even came to a worse situation that his ex-girlfriend died and entrusted her son to him that he has never seen and known before. He tries to look for methods to solve all of his problems regarding his son and his once known profession by making its way to the top.
Real Steal is a movie filled with a lot of energy and robotic action more likely when you where watching “Transformers”. It is about how people struggle in the face of problems and grow personally from all of it. It’s a good film worth watching for the family as it shows more of the main character’s life more than the brawling scenes. You would also not get disappointed if you want to see some fights especially robot brawls as they are the must-see highlights in this movie. I think the movie was balanced well enough when it comes to the blend of fight scenes and scenes that shows the human personalities of the main characters. There is a time for action and a time for drama in this film which is well enough to create an astounding and impressive show. It is a great combination of science fiction along with fantasy and small pieces of emotional personalities of man. This movie also becomes even more intense as the scenes of metal robots heighten the intensity from their cool battle punches and techniques.  There is no uncertainty that it is a good movie but I think some of its scenes are a bit too predictable which might have been a little distracting. But overall, the movie is really good for everybody who is inspired to watch.

In summary, Reel Steel is a movie about the individual development of both father and son and about how people stand up from being pushed on the ground. This movie gives both inspiration and also entertainment. It is a movie worth to watch as you will be like watching a combined “Rocky” and “Transformers” movie. It is very impressive to see the outcome of their efforts (both their actors and the directing staff) in coming up with this great movie. 



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11 Respones to "A Father's Love - The Real Steel Movie Review"

Jhong Medina said...

I haven't watch this movie... will try it this weekend. Btw, great stats.


November 2, 2011 at 10:34 AM
Herbert said...

Thanks Jhong :)

You should watch the movie.. its worth the time :)


November 2, 2011 at 10:39 AM
Blobber-Boy said...

I would also love to watch this


November 2, 2011 at 11:03 PM
Herbert said...

Better watch it :)
A good movie for the whole family :)


November 3, 2011 at 8:10 AM
Christian Esperar said...

Listed on my "Must Watch List". I only see the preview of this film and the animation is awesome especially if you are a transformer fan.


November 3, 2011 at 8:49 AM
Chris said...

good movie.. kinda fun watching the robot scenes and hugh jackman.


November 3, 2011 at 6:26 PM
metalpig said...

kewl review! :)
I really want to watch this movie, but still not available here in my location... :(


November 5, 2011 at 7:12 PM
Herbert said...

@Nad: Try watching it online or download from torrent sites, as of this time, there are still no available DVDrips but the present ones are watchable..

You should watch this movie :)


@Chris: Yeah the robots are cool and Hugh Jackman as well :)


November 6, 2011 at 4:45 AM
crumpylicious blog said...

havn't watched this yet but I will as soon as an official dvd comes out!


November 16, 2011 at 12:33 PM
Herbert said...

@Crumpy: You should watch this Movie :)


November 18, 2011 at 8:39 AM
Maricel said...

I so love Hugh Jackman ... will watch this as soon as I get my hands on a DVD copy!


November 19, 2011 at 9:32 AM

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