Real Steel

Real Steel

Director: Shawn Levy Cast: Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo, Anthony Mackie
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Overview

Real Steel

A retired pugilist transitions to the business side of the ropes after human boxers are replaced by robotic ones in director Shawn Levy's feature-length adaptation of the Twilight Zone episode "Steel." Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman) was a true contender when the sport of boxing was changed forever. Now, instead of humans duking it out for the masses, huge, powerful steel robots trade blows in the ring. As a result, former gladiator Charlie has been forced into the role of two-bit promoter, piecing together cut-rate fighting bots from scrap metal as he makes the rounds on the underground boxing circuit. Just when it seems that Charlie has sunken to the nadir of his career, his estranged 11 year old son, Max (Dakota Goyo), offers him the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at a comeback by constructing and training a true champion. Now the stakes are higher than ever before, and Charlie is about to get a second chance at leaving an indelible mark on the sport he once dedicated his life to.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/24/2012
UPC: 0786936812756
Original Release: 2011
Rating: PG-13
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 2:07:00
Sales rank: 9,212

Special Features

Bloopers; Making of Metal Valley; Building the Bots; Audio Commentary With Director Shawn Levy

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hugh Jackman Charlie Kenton
Dakota Goyo Max
Anthony Mackie Finn
Evangeline Lilly Bailey Tallet
Kevin Durand Ricky
Hope Davis Aunt Debra
James Rebhorn Marvin
Karl Yune Tak Mashido
Olga Fonda Farra Lemkova
John Gatins Kingpin
Sophie Levy Big Sister
Tess Levy Little Sister
Gregory Sims Bill Panner
Torey Adkins Large Texan Man

Technical Credits
Shawn Levy Director,Producer
Danny Elfman Score Composer
Mauro Fiore Cinematographer
John Gatins Screenwriter
Dan Gilroy Original Story
Richard Hicks Casting
Jeremy Leven Original Story
Mary McLaglen Executive Producer
Josh McLaglen Executive Producer
Tom Meyer Production Designer
Susan Montford Producer
Don Murphy Producer
Jack Rapke Executive Producer
David Rubin Casting
Steven Spielberg Executive Producer
Steve Starkey Executive Producer
Marlene Stewart Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Zemeckis Executive Producer
Dean Zimmerman Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Real Steel
1. Opening Titles [3:00]
2. Charlie Kenton [7:37]
3. Wheeling & Dealing [8:11]
4. Noisy Boy Has Arrived [5:39]
5. Crash Palace [9:44]
6. Metal Valley [7:07]
7. Atom [7:23]
8. He Was Beautiful [3:22]
9. The Champ Is Here [5:06]
10. The Zoo [7:45]
11. Trainin Atom [7:32]
12. Climbing The Ranks [5:52]
13. Twin Cities [8:01]
14. Fight For Me [6:21]
15. Go Get Him, Charlie [6:28]
16. The Mighty Zeus [9:02]
17. Toe-To-Toe [4:04]
18. Final Round [4:54]
19. People's Champion [3:28]
20. End Credits [5:59]

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Real Steel 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
HeavyMetalGamer007 More than 1 year ago
I like Hugh Jackman and most of the movies he's been in, and I would have to say that although it didn't blow my mind, this was a pretty enjoyable movie all in all. I didn't think the end of the movie was very fair, but at the same time it was still pretty good. Don't go into this movie expecting a mind blowing experience, but it is still good and worth at least a watch.
bridget3420 More than 1 year ago
James and I watched Real Steel on Blu-ray last night and I am happy to say that surpassed my expectations! I am a Hugh Jackman fan (I mean, who isn't?) and I was intrigued by the idea of watching robots box. I was hooked after the first ten or fifteen minutes and gave the movie my undivided attention. The actors and directors did an amazing job with this film. My favorite part was when the kid was teaching the robot to dance. My husband looked at me and said "if we ever get a robot, that's the first thing you are going to teach it, isn't it?" My response was, "duh". If you haven't had the chance to see Real Steel yet, pick it up as soon as you can. It's a real and heartfelt film that everyone will enjoy. Disclosure: I received the Real Steel Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack for review purposes. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.
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Jinny More than 1 year ago
I Saw this in theaters and what can i say IT WAS GREAT. BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR. MY Family fliped over this movie. Finaly a movie we can all agree on. TWO Thumbs way UP. YOU Have to get this movie. Hugh Jackman was AMAZING....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE A GOOD MOVIE AND ENJOY GOING TO THE MOVIES, BUT MY HUSBAND JUST GOES FOR ME MOST OF THE TIME. AFTER WE SAW THIS MOVIE, HE TURNED TO ME AND TOLD ME HOW MUCH HE ENJOYED IT AND THAT HE WAS GLAD HE WENT. IT WAS A REALLY GOOD MOVIE! IT HAS A VERY DIFFERENT STORY, BUT IT IS A GOOD ONE AND IT IS WHAT I CALL A FEEL GOOD MOVIE. IT HAS SOMETHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO WATCH AND ENJOY!! WE WILL BUY THIS MOVIE! LOTS OF ACTION; IT WILL BE GREAT IN BLU-RAY!!!