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Fight Valley

Fight Valley

One way in. No way out.Jul. 22, 2016 USA90 Min.
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9.1 1,224 votes

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When Tory Coro turns up dead, the neighborhood turns up silent. Rumor has it she became yet another victim of the small town known as FIGHT VALLEY. Tory’s sister Windsor moves to town to begin her own investigation on her sister’s mysterious death after weeks of no leads from the police. She’s quick to learn that Tory fought for money to make ends meet. If girl-next-door Windsor is going to make her way into FIGHT VALLEY to find the truth about Tory, she’s going to have to fight her way in. “Jabs” (Miesha Tate) swore she would never throw a punch in the Valley again. Jabs now finds herself training Windsor to survive the painful, unexpected path she’s about to take. Every corner. Every alley. Every doorway. She must follow the last footsteps of her sister in order to come face-to-face with Tory’s killer in FIGHT VALLEY.

Fight Valley
Fight Valley
Fight Valley
Original titleFight Valley
IMDb Rating2.9 328 votes
TMDb Rating4.3 6 votes

(13) comments

  • unclecripJuly 22, 2016Reply

    An hour and a half of your life you will never get back.

    First off Holly Holm is prominently featured on the cover of the movie
    yet is in it for all of 10 seconds. Now that I’ve got that out of the
    way on to the movie. This will be short and sweet. The acting, editing,
    sound, and anything else you can think of that’s involved in making a
    movie is all horrible. The acting though takes the prize as all
    ”actors” involved were so ridiculously bad that I started to think it
    was a joke, but my friends, unfortunately the only joke was that I
    watched the whole movie. The ”actors” didn’t seem to know when they
    were supposed to say their lines and most times their mannerisms didn’t
    match what they were saying or supposed to be doing. The only reason I
    watched the entire movie is that I was not watching it alone because if
    I were alone I would have split after about 20 minutes if that. As bad
    as the editing was I feel that the fact that the director and actors
    did such a bad job hindered anything an editor could do with the slop
    in the can. As far as this movie having a 6.7 rating after only about
    10 or so ratings, well I think that can be chalked up to paid for
    reviews. Either that or the handful of reviews were done by friends
    and/or family of the film maker . Truly awful!!!

  • DogFilmCriticJuly 23, 2016Reply

    I can’t believe this movie had a $27.000.000 budget

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  • ralphmaessenJuly 23, 2016Reply


    Plain simple it is rubbish! Awful acting, awful story (what story?) but
    awful FIGHT SCENES. Common people they’re UFC fighters and it was just
    so bad i had to laugh. waste of time to watch! Big Miesha Tate fan as a
    person and a UFC fighter and her looks are the only positive i can say
    about this movie. I’ve seen better movies on YouTube so go figure. It
    makes me wonder how someone is able to make such a thing? I mean,
    somebody actually put effort in this movie thing. And this is the best
    you can do? Not blaming the actors, cos most of them aren’t actors but
    UFC fighters. So i understand they want to participate in a movie and
    they think ow that’s fun to do and try. but from the director to anyone
    creatively involved, please go find another job cos your not made for
    the movie industry.

    Please skip this movie and spend you time on anything but watching

  • LadyWarriorJessJuly 24, 2016Reply

    I Love Chick Fights

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  • nikkerszJuly 29, 2016Reply

    Fight Valley Knockaround girls

    ”No spoilers”

    My opinion of the movie ”Fight Valley” appears to be different than
    other reviews written so far. I actually enjoyed a lot of aspects of
    the movie:

    I liked Meisha Tate’s role as Jabs, even though she is not an actor she
    performed very well. I wouldn’t mind seeing her in future films. Its
    refreshing seeing a fighter who has the potential to act.

    I liked Cabrina Collesides who played the role of Jamie, She was
    believable in her character. For instance, some of the girls it felt
    forced either the way they dressed or came off as a hardass, Cabrina
    just fell into the role smoothly like it was really her and not a
    character. She didn’t seem to be ”acting” for example, Yanni felt
    forced and far fetched trying to play a ghetto girl with an attitude.
    It seemed she did more googling of how to live in the hood then
    actually being in the hood. And Windsor (that’s another thing all
    together, she was simply NOT good).

    Gracie, played by Ivy Lashawn Coleman did an amazing job as well. She
    was very intimidating on screen, always causing trouble and starting
    beef with the knockaround girls. And she was really pretty.

    Duke, played by Erin O’Brien was a pleasure to watch on screen. She
    brought it! She may be tiny but she’s got fight. And all of these girls
    did a great job, so i disagree with some reviews here saying ALL acting
    sucked, because no not everyone was a shitfest.

    Windsor was a joke to watch, so maybe because she was the lead and had
    to carry the film, people don’t look at the co-stars or supporting cast
    who played their roles without looking fake. Bottom line, Jabs, Jamie,
    Gracie and Duke KICKED ASS, and the score in the film really pumped me
    up when the fight scenes came about. As a whole, I give this movie an
    8/10. Its a good movie (could’ve been better with the casting of
    certain roles) but all in all go grab some pizza and sit down and relax
    and watch this movie.

  • AmandaAugust 2, 2016Reply

    If every movie was Oscar-worthy, the industry would be no fun.

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  • Destroyer WodAugust 18, 2016Reply

    Surprisingly… not bad !!

    So being a Miesha Tate fan, i had to watch this movie. The trailer
    kinda gave me the vibe of a very cheap indy flick, which it is partly
    but somehow not bad at all for such thing.

    The story is actually interesting, i did get emotionally involved in
    it, and if you want to see Miesha Tate movie debut, well she does have
    a real role in this. Holly Holm? Just a cameo, i guess they put her as
    the focus of the cover box because of her title win, cause really she
    is just a cameo. Cyborg is not too much in it either, and her acting is
    not good, i guess this is to expect as English ain’t her first language
    from the start but thankfully since her role is small, it pass fine.
    Miesha really surprised me, i wouldn’t say she put a ”great
    performance” but she wasn’t bad at all in her acting part. The other
    actress goes from decent to not too good, but they are not bad enough
    to put the movie in danger of looking awful either.

    The fights? Well i have read lots of reactions to them and i would say
    this… They are ”passable” if i can say. There not very long, there
    basics, they do there job OK to advance the plot, but clearly it show
    the director and fight choreographer are both very inexperienced in
    filming such things.

    Movies like Never Back Down for example had much much better fights
    despite involving actors who are not really fighters. But as weird as
    it may sound, i had a feeling the fights where not the primary aspect
    of this movie, it was the plot and how it unfold, and the emotions
    involved, which surprisingly i got into.

    So … maybe its because i had very low expectation but i was pleased
    with my VOD rental… I would say if you treat this movie as an indy
    low budget film, it does a decent job. Forget about the 27 million
    budget on IMDb page, whoever put this is bogus… If the budget was 1
    million i would be surprised… There is nothing costly in this movie
    beside maybe Miesha Tates pay check lol.

  • D. AllenSeptember 17, 2016Reply

    This is barely watchable!

    Let me first say, the only reason I wanted to watch this movie is
    because I’m a fan of WMMA as well as Miesha Tate and Holly Holm; so
    naturally I wanted to see how both would do in their feature film
    debut’s. The verdict? They are better fighters than they are actors and
    that’s clearly evident in this film.

    To give my review some cred; I graduated from film school, have written
    numerous feature scripts, directed numerous shorts and short films and
    have taken acting lessons so I know how to make a film from script to
    screen (production through post).

    That being said, this film is definitely high on the list of poorly
    made films.

    Acting – nearly all the performances are stilted, stiff and lifeless.
    At times you can tell the actor is just waiting for their scene partner
    to finish their lines so they can say theirs; versus ”being in the
    moment” and actually listening to what their scene partner is saying
    and evoking a real reaction. Additionally a lot of the performances are
    dramatic for the sake of being dramatic with no apparent motivation
    (called over acting). Everything must be motivated.

    Dialogue – seems very contrived and often the dialogue is pointless and
    irrelevant. There’s also too much of it. Film as a medium is primarily
    visual; i.e. you can still convey a message without speaking a word.
    Watch Don Cheadle, he’s one of the best at doing that. Sometimes in a
    scene you just need to let it breathe and allow the viewer to consume
    what is happening rather than force feeding them dialogue non stop.

    Writing – like the acting the dialogue is very stilted and contrived. I
    lost count on the numerous plot holes and setups without any payoff
    (screenwriting 101). One major plot hole is that none of the girls who
    ”have to fight to survive” have any plan to better themselves, no plan
    to get out of there and make their life better. By doing that, I as a
    viewer couldn’t care less about the characters because they don’t care
    about themselves. The whole purpose of characters in a film is for the
    viewer to ride along with the characters along their journey. None of
    the characters have a transformational change in the film (even the
    main character which is highly unusual). Where’s the character arcs?
    One major plot hole is the training of Windsor to eventually fight
    whoever killed her sister; but when the scene comes she doesn’t fight
    her, Jabs fights her. Why build that up and not pay it off? As a viewer
    I feel let down. I was led to believe that Windsor would fight Church.
    Another example of setup with no pay off is Holly Holm’s character.
    Animosity is created between her character and Miesha Tate’s but then
    nothing comes of it. We never see her again after their confrontation
    in the bar. Why initiate that if you’re not going to follow it through
    especially with a high profile fighter/star like Holly Holm.

    Directing – There seems to be scenes of drama and emotion and/or
    hostility for no apparent reason. One minute a character is mad at
    another then all of a sudden they are completely calm, seems very
    unnatural. There’s also issues with the blocking of the actors and
    framing issues (rule of thirds).

    Technical – Bad and fake fight choreography. The actors take larger
    than life swings which look totally fake. Watch ‘Bourne Identity’ to
    see fight choreography done correctly. The audio mix in this is very
    poor; effects come in hot one minute, then too low the next minute
    (static shot of house, crickets are nearly distorting). Music is too
    low, dialogue cuts off from one scene to the next, there are scenes
    with dialogue out of sync, the volume goes up and down, etc.

    According to the IMDb page the budget on this was $27,000,000 which has
    to be a typo because I find that extremely hard to believe based on the
    poor production quality. However their are some great aerial and crane
    shots in this so possibly that’s where the majority of the budget was

    The reason I’m so critical is not to be demeaning or rude, or
    judgmental, but rather provide food for thought to those who desire to
    make films and encourage them to put out their best work. Don’t put out
    crap, put out the best thing you can in anything you do. No one likes
    to see crap and this is pretty close to that.

  • rpwfosterOctober 20, 2016Reply

    An actual MMA beating is preferable to this steaming excrement

    If it were a student film, they’d barely pass, despite their
    $27,000,000 budget! (Could’ve fed 14k African villages for a decade –
    yes, I did the math).

    Plot summary: remember that episode of friends, where Monica’s
    millionaire boyfriend Jon Favrau wanted to suddenly become the UFC
    champion? That’s the plot here, except with an all female cast in the

    The script is as stale as Adam Sandler’s rotten tomatoes average. The
    acting as stiff as the late Roger Ebert’s jaw.

    Everything is awful. The sound, the cameras used, the editing, the
    sets, the make up, etc…

    The single redeeming feature this film has is it’s numerous lingering
    shots of Miesha Tate’s ass.

    Imagine Brock Lesnar reciting Shakespeare; same thing.

  • paulo-algarveJanuary 27, 2017Reply

    It all went wrong…

    I read the reviews before watching the movie so I knew it was gonna be
    bad, but because Miesha Tate was on it I had to watch it. I’m a big
    Miesha Tate fan and a huge MMA fan. It also stars Cris Cyborg and Holly
    Holm (I think, didn’t see much of her in the movie…) so I watched it.

    But it all went wrong. Nothing worked. I’ll not go into every detail
    saying this was bad because and that didn’t work because here, and
    strangely, the correct and polity thing is to say that it all failed.

    The viewer struggles to watch the movie, the first half of the movie
    pushes the inner will of power of the viewer to its limits not to do
    the logical thing which is just stop watching that thing that is on the
    screen. It’s so bad and illogical and so badly made and so totally
    nonsense that you almost match Miesha’s will of power when the grabbed
    Holly Holm on that rear neck choke when she won the UFC title, holding
    on to it and not letting go no matter what. Yes, the viewer really must
    hold on to his will to watch this entire ‘movie’, he has to be like a
    pit bull on a bone. 😉

    And the second half of it doesn’t get better. At all.

    People can say it’s a low budget movie, but the budget was 27 million
    US dollars. That’s not a low budget and could never be an excuse for
    this to be as badly made as it is and as bad as it is. Have you ever
    watched Elite Squad ( It was made
    with 4 million US dollars! Seven times less than that!!!

    I’ll be honest, everyone involved in this thing (it’s very hard to call
    it a movie) should not be a thousand miles near the movie business
    again, ever again. As for the actors, I know the script and the
    directing were, how should I say this politely, zero on the scale from
    1 to 10, but still, the actors involved must work on their acting
    skills a lot.

    So I gave it a 4 out of 10. I was very generous, I overrated it because
    Miesha Tate is on it.

  • EB TaylorApril 17, 2017Reply

    Forget using sleeping pills, watch this movie instead.

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  • EB TaylorApril 17, 2017Reply

    Forget using sleeping pills, watch this movie instead.

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  • duvernetphotographyApril 18, 2017Reply

    Lame, predictable, amateur

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