Ready to Rumble

Ready to Rumble

Director: Brian Robbins Cast: David Arquette, Oliver Platt, Scott Caan


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/11/2016
UPC: 0888574440961
Original Release: 2000
Source: Warner Archives
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 19,346

Special Features

Closed Caption; Feature-Length Audio Commentary by Stars David Arquette, Scott Caan and Ahmet Zappa; Bif Naked "We're Not Gonna Take It" Music Video; Up Close with the Nitro Girls andn No Holds Barred Behind-the-Scenes Segments; WCW Wrestlers Interview Gallery; Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
David Arquette Gordie Boggs
Oliver Platt Jimmy King
Scott Caan Sean Dawkins
Bill Goldberg Goldberg
Rose McGowan Sasha
"Diamond" Dallas Page "Diamond" Dallas Page
Richard Lineback Mr. Boggs
Chris Owen Isaac
Sting Sting
Joe Pantoliano Titus Sinclair
Martin Landau Sal
Caroline Rhea Actor
Tait Smith Actor
Ellen Albertini Dow Actor
Kathleen Freeman Actor
Lewis Arquette Actor
Scott "Bam Bam" Bigelow Actor
Saturn Actor
Sid Vicious Actor
Billy Kidman Actor
Rey Mysterio Actor
Disco Inferno Actor
Juventud Guerrera Actor
Curt Hennig Actor
Konnan Actor

Technical Credits
Brian Robbins Director
Ned Bastille Editor
Steven Brill Screenwriter
Joe Bucaro Stunts
John Cenatiempo Stunts
George S. Clinton Score Composer,Songwriter
Debra Coleman Makeup
Carla Curry Set Decoration/Design
Leor Dimant Songwriter
David Emmericks Camera Operator
Buzz Feitshans Cinematographer
Herbert W. Gains Producer
John Gatins Co-producer
Jimmy Hart Songwriter
Eric Fox Hayes Asst. Director
Howard Helm Songwriter
Shane Helms Stunts
Jaymes Hinkle Production Designer
Dexter Holland Songwriter
John Houlihan Musical Direction/Supervision
Barbara Anne Klein Stunts
Lane Leavitt Stunts
Tommy Lee Songwriter
Marci Liroff Casting
Robin Luce Makeup
Mick Mars Songwriter
Clark Mathis Cinematographer
Michael Anthony Songwriter
Oscar Mitt Sound/Sound Designer
Cindy Mollo Editor
Alan Muraoka Art Director
Vince Neil Songwriter
Bobby Newmyer Producer
Ed Novick Sound/Sound Designer
Susan E. Novick Associate Producer
Mark Poll Set Decoration/Design
Carol Ramsey Costumes/Costume Designer
Steven E. Reuther Executive Producer
Jimmy N. Roberts Stunts
Kid Rock Songwriter
Benjamin Rosenberg Asst. Director
David Lee Roth Songwriter
Eric "Everlast" Schrody Songwriter
Jeffrey Silver Producer
Martin Simon Special Effects
Nikki Sixx Songwriter
Scott Strauss Co-producer
Mike Tollin Executive Producer
Eddie Van Halen Songwriter
Alex Van Halen Songwriter
David A. Whittaker Sound Editor
Scott Workman Stunts

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Ready to Rumble
1. Only One King [2:46]
2. Brain Freeze [2:43]
3. Of Butts and Men [2:28]
4. Couldn't Help It [2:51]
5. Dream Girl; WWKD [3:50]
6. DDP's Night [1:55]
7. Combatants [2:31]
8. King Gets Crowned [4:18]
9. Four-Post Massacre [2:41]
10. Double Spill [2:28]
11. Find the King [2:12]
12. The Farting Nuns [2:36]
13. Fellow Fan [1:53]
14. Castle and Clan [3:04]
15. In Disguise [4:59]
16. Reviving the King [3:18]
17. Not in the Script [:21]
18. Pep Talk, Pep Tune [6:23]
19. Sal Bandini [4:23]
20. Bedroom Match [3:15]
21. Going for Goldberg [2:31]
22. Where the Action Is [2:42]
23. Back to Basics [4:13]
24. Stupid Dream [4:06]
25. Posse Tryout [3:33]
26. Farewell to the King [1:47]
27. Looking Good [3:16]
28. Ready to Rumble [1:46]
29. Goon Squad [3:11]
30. Officer Gordie [2:23]
31. Stung by Sting [2:07]
32. Who Made Wrestling? [1:51]
33. Law and Sugar Daddy [3:15]
34. Dreams Can Come True [1:24]
35. Outtake End Credits [1:21]
36. Chapter 36 [5:35]

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Ready to Rumble 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A capable cast, diminished in no way by the hilarity of wrestlers trying to act outside of their normal screen parameters, and a pretty decent script all come together to make a movie by and about and largely starring a now defunct promotion! Even as a pro wrestling fan, I wasn't expecting much or anything from this movie, and didn't actually see it in theaters. Then, one day, I caught it on cable and I couldn't stop laughing! First of all, because I was so startled that not only did I remember the names and character types of every wrestler in the movie - someone explain to me WHY Disco Inferno was rated high enough to be turned into one of the main wrestler good guys at the end - but the movie itself was so damned funny! You can just tell that the two leads, David Arquette and Scott Caan, got the biggest kick out of working with and around and, possibly, in spite of the wrestling world. Martin Landau is absolutely, drop dead hysterical as Sal Bandini, a tribute to the classic style of "more Roman-Greco, less wrestling" style. Then you have Jimmy King, portrayed beautifully by Oliver Platt, representing wrestling at it's most camp - and considering that Sting, a man wearing The Crow makeup, wielding a baseball bat, and hiding in the rafters wearing a singlet is in the movie, that's saying something. Rose McGowan, I'm ashamed to say, is superfluous, but funny in her own way. And to this day I still don't know how much of that movie was ad-libbed. In any event, truly worth the purchase, because it's not just slapstick and scatalogical humor, although that's an important part. There's a lot of genuinely brilliant comedy. It doesn't hurt if you're a wrestling fan, though.