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December 25, 2013
PG-13 , 1 hr 53 min
2,077 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A boxing promoter offers two rival boxers the chance to come out of retirement for one final bout.
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Henry "Razor" Sharp
Robert De Niro
Billy "The Kid" McDonnen
Louis "Lightning" Conlon
Dante Slate, Jr.
Ireland Basinger Baldwin
Dante Slate, Sr.
Joey the Bartender
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By Odie Henderson
Grudge Match belongs to a fast-growing genre I'll call "Senior Citizen Action Porn," or SCAP. Proud members of SCAP include "Red" and its...
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By Peter Hartlaub
Grudge Match at its core is an affront to the cinema gods, an attempt to capitalize off two iconic films for a few cheap laughs.
By David Hiltbrand
Even though it's all preliminaries, no main event, Grudge Match is harmless enough as entertainment. Just not as harmless as its poor...
By Roger Moore
It’s perfectly passable holiday entertainment for people who dated during the “Rocky” and “Raging Bull” era. Just don’t expect this Grudge...
By Steve Macfarlane
It will come as a surprise to none that Grudge Match is so wantonly clichéd that to watch it is to explore the outer perimeters of one's...
By James Berardinelli
On balance, I think I'd rather have seen Rocky 15.
By Tom Russo
Stallone and De Niro simply don’t generate enough combative spark to make this anything more than an amiably mediocre diversion.
By Bill Goodykoontz
This is a wretched movie, trading on characters we revere, yet doing nothing to honor them. Director Peter Segal tries everything he can to...
By Bill Stamets
Grudge Match does not work on any level. The story is unconvincing. The comedy elements are weak... And, worst of all, the acting in most...
By Scott Bowles
Grudge could have saved itself with a rousing finale, but the buildup is so tedious you just want the fight to end.
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I really want to watch that movie because it sounds good...
If your an old schooler...
Got a few pretty good laughs in and enjoyed the movie. But on the downside I felt like it took forever for the final fight to happen. And the wishy washy "I don't want to.....ok I will" attitude of...
It had its funny moments so it's worth checking out when it come out to DVD. Not worth price of movie ticket...
It's one of my first movies I've ever seen in my life I love that movie...
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Rated PG-13 | For sports action violence, sexual content and language
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Common Sense Media says OK for kids 13+
Two legends duke it out in underwhelming comedy.
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