Fighting with My Family
Fighting with My Family

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A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment.... (Full plot summary below)

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A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment.

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Chicago Sun-Times - 9/10 by Richard RoeperFighting With My Family works as a cheeky but never condescending story of one of those “chin-up” working-class British families so often featured in the movies, and of course primarily as the story of an undersized, overmatched outcast who is determined to succeed against all odds.
The Observer (UK) - 8/10 by Mark KermodeIt’s a delicate balancing act that Merchant handles with aplomb.
The Seattle Times - 8/10 by Moira MacdonaldTake “Billy Elliot,” trade the refined world of ballet for the “soap opera in spandex” of professional wrestling, swap the preteen boy for a young woman, throw in The Rock — because every movie is better with The Rock, right? — and you’ve got Fighting With My Family, a shaggily likable underdog tale. - 8/10 by Nick AllenEven though Fighting with My Family is undoubtedly about branding the WWE as a fantasy factory, its biggest strength is in its wit and surprisingly big heart, celebrating underdogs who rumble for what they love.
TheWrap - 8/10 by Yolanda MachadoYes, it’s a wrestling movie, but Fighting With My Family is also a delightful entry into a genre that has too few inspiring stories for young girls. It’s a warm-hearted underdog saga with a feminist undertone and a celebration of everyone’s inner misfit.
The Telegraph - 8/10 by Robbie CollinFor a film that spends so much time with its thighs around other people’s throats, it has a surprisingly delicate touch.
Screen International - 8/10 by Tim GriersonThe film benefits from Pugh’s charismatic performance and writer-director Stephen Merchant’s cheery mixture of crowd-pleasing sentiment, wry laughs and genuine sweetness.
Film Threat - 8/10 by Anthony Ray BenchIt’s a touching and funny tale about a family chasing their unconventional dreams in the world of sports entertainment. It has such a magnificent cast, and the story is interesting enough to entertain both wrestling fans and non-wrestling fans alike.
Paste Magazine - 8/10 by Oktay Ege KozakWith a narrative that adheres to such universal themes, Merchant reaches beyond the film’s wrestling fan core audience and constructs an inspiring story everyone can enjoy.
New York Post - 8/10 by Johnny OleksinskiAlthough the film is about Paige’s unlikely rise to TV stardom, what grabs us most is the eclectic Knight family running a scrappy professional wrestling gym on a shoestring. It might be the biggest missed reality-TV show opportunity ever.

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