All Genres: Reality-TV
Release Year: 2006
Director: Steve Barker
Sound: Dolby Digital
Writing by: Rae Brunton – writer
Produced by: Joe Bradley – associate producer (2007)
Tom Cline – line producer
Jennifer Ferrara – producer
Anneli Gericke – producer (2006)
Doug Magnuson – associate producer
Jennifer McGrogan – producer (2006)
Jennifer McGrogan – show producer
Scott Messick – executive producer
Scott Raigel – associate producer (2007)
Clay Loring Roberts – senior producer (2006-2007)
Marla Roberts – producer (2006)
Thomas Weber – executive producer
Cast: Gina Carano –
Lisa King –
Master Toddy –
Christine Toledo –
Music: Niels Bye Nielsen
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Plot Outline: Seven talented female fighters from all over the United States are chosen to come to Las Vegas and train…
Plot: Seven talented female fighters from all over the United States are chosen to come to Las Vegas and train in the ancient art of Thai boxing with Muay Thai guru Master Toddy. But only three reach the ultimate goal of traveling to Thailand to fight for the championship against the best fighters on earth.
Movie Quotes: Prior: See, the bright light… it ain't heaven, son. It's just a muzzle flare.
Crazy Credits: We know about 4 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
Personal Slave to Tim Swartz and Tim Beckley: Jan Dobbs
Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Factual errors: While not a major error, the SS soldiers featured in the movie did not wear the camouflage smocks characteristic of the Waffen-SS. If they were combat veterans, rather than Allgemeiner/death camp guards (general Occupation security) troops, they should have worn camouflage smocks, camouflage covers for their helmets or full-camo uniforms in the later part of the war. Instead they were all clad in the generic grey SS uniforms, with SS 'sigrunen' collar patches, helmet insignia and long overcoats. The Second Battle Group, a Scotland-based '1st Division SS-LAH' Waffen-SS reenactment group (which was featured in 'Saving Private Ryan' and 'Steel Tempest') could have provided the necessary camouflage clothing, but I suspect the filmmakers deliberately went for the stereotyped 'evil SS troops in overcoats' to enhance the eerie and ghostly atmosphere of the bunker and its doomed trespassers.
Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Previously, the lyrics in “Pride (In the Name of Love)” have set MLK's death as “Early morning, April 4.” In the movie Bono sings “Early evening, April 4″ correcting the historical error in the original recording.