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Redbelt [Blu-ray] [Eng/Fre/Spa/Tha] [2008]

  • SKU: 8926273
  • Release Date: 08/26/2008
  • Rating: R
  • 4.0 (1)
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Special Features

  • Commentary with David Mamet and Randy Couture
  • Behind-the-scenes of Redbelt
  • Inside mixed martial arts
  • Q&A with David Mamet
  • An interview with Dana White
  • Fighter profiles
  • The Magic of Cyril Takayama

Synopsis

Redbelt
Tim Allen and Chiwetel Ejiofor co-star in writer/director David Mamet's martial arts drama Redbelt. Ejiofor plays Mike Terry, a jujitsu master who co-runs a very modest martial arts studio in Los Angeles with his bossy wife, Sondra (Alice Braga). Mike demonstrates an unwavering commitment to his craft and draws a cadre of defiantly loyal pupils including Joe (Max Martini), an LAPD cop. All told, it appears that he has chosen a peaceful and conflict-free path in life. The dedicated martial artist's fate takes an unanticipated turn, however, one evening when a young woman named Laura (Emily Mortimer) bursts into the academy in a state of near hysteria, and reaches for a policeman's gun when he tries to restrain her. One thing leads to another, and before long, Laura is regularly receiving martial arts lessons from Mike. As master begins to teach pupil and his martial arts philosophies emerge, his path also crisscrosses with that of a Hollywood movie star, Chet Frank (Tim Allen), when he saves the fellow from a beating at a local club and gets invited (along with Sondra) to Chet's house for dinner. Chet extends gestures of friendship, and Mike's guard breaks down; he speaks openly and candidly of a special martial arts method he employs that requires one of the participants to "assume a handicap." In time, the association with Chet leads to involvement in the motion-picture industry, and relations with a bevy of characters who aren't exactly what they seem -- including a pay-per-view fight mogul (Ricky Jay) and Chet's slimy and manipulative manager (Joe Mantegna). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Chiwetel Ejiofor
    Chiwetel Ejiofor - Mike Terry
  • Emily Mortimer
    Emily Mortimer - Laura Black
  • Alice Braga
    Alice Braga - Sondra Terry
  • Tim Allen
    Tim Allen - Chet Frank
  • Joe Mantegna
    Joe Mantegna - Jerry Weiss

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