<3 I'm sooo into horror movies and thought this was going to be so lame. It was surprisingly a good movie. Teaches about bullying and school, had a few emotional moments...and I don't cry during movies, but this was a good one. Had a few humorous parts here and there. Great movie.
Despite being blind, Jace Newfield (Andrew Lawrence) never lets anything stand in his way. And when his family moves from New York to the Midwest, he must find a way to fit in at his new school. In addition to adjusting to a new place, Jace must learn his way around a new house and school while struggling to maintain his independence. Soon, he takes up wrestling, and with the help of his teachers, Jace strives to master his wrestling skills and bring his team to the championships.
Walter (Ashton Kutcher) is a rising star in the NCAA wrestling world until his life is ripped apart by the brutal murder of his sister. Returning home to console his mother Gloria (Kathy Bates) he seeks vengeance on the man who is accused of the crime. A chance meeting with a beautiful mature woman (Michelle Pfeiffer) leads to a romance that could tear both families apart. Personal Effects is a heartbreaking and ultimately uplifting romance that is a testament to the power of love.
Based on the life of the UFC fighter, Matt Hamill, THE HAMMER is a coming-of-age drama about the first deaf wrestler's journey to win a National Collegiate Championship. Raised among those with the ability to hear, Matt finds himself no less an outsider amidst the Deaf community. But through sheer determination, he turns what could be a disability into an asset and in the process serves as an inspiration for both those who can hear and those who cannot.
A powerful portrait of a battered dreamer, ex-professional wrestler Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke), who despite himself and the odds stacked against him, lives to be a hero once again in the only place he considers home — inside the ring. The Wrestler is the winner of 2 Golden Globes® including Best Actor Mickey Rourke and Best Original Song by Bruce Springsteen.