Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Real Steel Review (Updated)










Real Steel


Release Date: 6th October 2011 - Australia


Production Companies
Touchstone Pictures (presents)
DreamWorks SKG (presents)
21 Laps Entertainment
Angry Films
ImageMovers
Reliance Entertainment

Distribution
Walt Disney Studios Motion
Pictures Australia


Genre: Action

Rating: M

Runtime: 127 minutes


Budget: $110,000,000

Box Office Gross: $299,268,508
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
A future-set story where
robot boxing is a popular
sport and centred on a
struggling promoter
who thinks he's found a
champion in a discarded
robot. During his hopeful
rise to the top, he also
discovers he has an 11-
year old son who wants
to know his father.


Cast
Hugh Jackman - Charlie Kenton
Dakota Goyo - Max Kenton
Evangeline Lilly - Bailey Tallet
Kevin Durand - Ricky
Anthony Mackie - Finn
Olga Fonda - Farra Lemkova
Hope Davis - Aunt Debra
James Rebhorn - Marvin
Karl Yune - Tak Mashido
John Gatins - Kingpin

Crew
Producer/Director - Shawn Levy
Based on Short Story "Steel" - Richard Matheson
Story - Dan Gilroy & Jeremy Leven
Screenplay - John Gatins
Executive Producer/First Assistant Director - Josh McLaglen
Executive Producer/Unit Production Manager - Mary McLaglen
Executive Producers - Jack Rapke, Steven Spielberg, Steve Starkey & Robert Zemeckis
Producers - Susan Montford
& Don Murphy
Co-Producers - Rick Benattar & Eric Hedayat
Production Designer - Tom Meyer
Cinematographer - Mauro Fiore
Animatronic Supervisor: Legacy
Effects - John Rosengrant
Visual Effects Supervisor - Erik Nash
Animation Supervisor - Danny Gordon Taylor
Film Editor - Dean Zimmerman
Music - Danny Elfman


Review
REAL STEEL is a robotic-boxing action movie that is the best thing of entertainment since Michael Bay's TRANSFORMERS (click here). It has a terrific and emotional father and son story-line mended together with a plot made familiar to the people who have and have not seen the first of the ROCKY movies. It contains the compelling acting of Hugh Jackman and young Dakota Gayo, fantastic direction by Shawn Levy and the way the robots are made by using animatronics that is blended with motion-capture technology.

REAL STEEL is the kind of film that I would love and is an amazing experience for everyone who wanted to see the robots bashing each other on a fighting match for free.

Star rating: (5/5) Best Movie Ever



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