Real Steel Movie

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Real steel is an action drama movie. The movie is inspired by Richard Matheson’s short story “Steel”. The movie is a ride into future where robot boxing is a popular sport due the fact that human boxing is outlawed. This sport becomes high technology and costing a lot, Because of that also against a law underground robot boxing is uncommitted. The movie rotates around a struggling fighter Charlie who has lost his chance on a title when Second Millennium pound, ate feet tall robot took over the boxing arena.

Charlie earns his bread by piecing together low-end robots from scrap metal, moving from one underground boxing venue to the next. during the same time with the death of Charlie’s ex-girlfriend he gets the custody of his son and teams up with him to build and train a contend for championship. Somehow, against all odds, Charlie and Max get one last chance to return. The lead roles are played by Hugh Jackman and Dakota Goyo.

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