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Redbelt 2008 (R)

Martial arts master Mike Terry (Ejiofor) lives by a strict code, staying away from the lucrative prize fighting circuit. He's struggling to hold onto the self-defense center he runs in west L.A. because he and his wife Sondra (Braga) are having money problems. An accident leads Terry down an unexpected path and unwillingly into some martial art bouts where he learns the fights are rigged. But Terry is not going to play that game. If you're a fan of writer/director Mamet, you'll notice some familiar faces from his other productions. Not yet reviewed. 99m/C Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alice Braga, Tim Allen, Emily Mortimer, Rodrigo Santoro, Joe Mantegna, Rebecca Pidgeon, David Paymer, Ricky Jay; D: David Mamet; W: David Mamet; C: Robert Elswit; M: Stephen Endelman.

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