Channing Tatum and Terence Howard lend some acting wallop to Dito Montiel’s otherwise makeweight street-scuffle flick.
It’s no Fight Club, subversive politics stripped back in favour of over-caffeinated brawls.
The urban grime and blood, sweat and tears look studio-fake but Howard’s twitchy hustler distracts from the smoothed-off edges.
Except for deleted scenes, the disc’s as bare as Tatum’s knuckles.
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