Girlfight

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Michelle Rodriguez, Jaime Tirelli, Paul Calderon, Santiago Douglas, Ray Santiago, Elisa Bocanegra – Dir:Karyn Kusama The story of a quick-tempered young woman who finds discipline, self-respect and love in the boxing ring. Once Diana decides she wants toFirst-time director Karyn Kusama tells a simple but compelling story of a young woman in Brooklyn whose violent impulses in school, and her tendency to physicalize her anger, lead her to train as a boxer. Her trainer at first puts her off, but t

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  1. Linda Linguvic Says:
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This film is real. It’s so real that I forgot it was a film., May 19, 2001
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    Linda Linguvic (New York City) –
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    This review is from: Girlfight [VHS] (VHS Tape)

    Girlfight is the seemingly simple story of a Diana, a young woman from the projects with an attitude who trains to be a boxer. Played brilliantly by the newcomer Michelle Rodriguez, the role calls for a brooding hostile intensity as well as a deep sensitivity. Diana has to be strong, both physically mentally in order to battle the stereotypes in her macho Latino culture. And Michelle Rodriguez doesn’t just have power in her biceps; she has power in her eyes. One of her narrow-eyed scowls says more than pages of dialog. During the film she learns to focus her rage into her boxing, and the joy of her growing control is apparent by the delight on her face. She also falls in love with a young male boxer, Adrian, played by Santiago Douglas, and their relationship has its ups and downs. Eventually, they have to fight each other in the ring.

    The whole cast is excellent — Jaime Tirelli as her trainer, Ray Santiago as her little brother, Elisa Bocanegra as her girlfriend, and Paul Calderon as her brutal father. And, in a small cameo performance, the famous director, John Sayles, is cast as a boring science teacher. Later, I discovered that the brilliant 32-year old writer and director of this film, Karyn Kusama, went through some training of her own. She is John Sayles former assistant and this, her first film, has already won all kinds of awards. I predict a long and brilliant career for her as well as the young actress. The entire production deserves a well-earned Bravo! Girlfight is winner on all levels. Don’t miss it.

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  2. Diva Latina Says:
    10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Movie !!!, September 9, 2005
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    Diva Latina (Yonkers, NY) –
    This review is from: Girlfight (DVD)

    No Wonder Michelle Rodriguez was recognized for this role, she was amazing. Because of the content of this moive, I’m glad the director chose a local girl to play Diana Gúzman. Michelle’s acting, thought relatively new, was sincere in every aspect of the word. A girl who is trying to make something of her life at a young age is very rare now-a-days. This a great movie for the younger generation. It portrays hope, desire, ambition, drive, whatever you want to call it. The directing was great: the city scenes, the fighting scenes, and the family scenes sucked you into a world of struggle and survival. I recommend this movie with all sincerity.

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