Tapped Out (2014) - Action, Drama, Sport

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A disgruntled teenager, sent to do community service at a rundown Karate school, enters an MMA tournament to face the man who killed his parents.

IMDB: 5.3
Director: Allan Ungar
Stars: Michael Biehn, Cody Hackman
Length: 105 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 6 out of 29 found boring (20.68%)

One-line Reviews (25)

All and all left me on the edge of my seat and was a fun ride.

Having been filmed in London Ontario, there is a lot of local scenery to be found for Canadians throughout the movie including the Adrenaline gym and local fighters that made the cut in the movie.

Overall, 'Tapped Out' is 'The Karate Kid' for a new generation with a great cast, nicely choreographed fights and an inspirational and entertaining story.

At times during the movie I was on the edge of my seat others times laughing along with the whole audience at some of the comedic overtones.

However the lack of action is made up for an intriguing story (Batman meets Karate Kid).

It's simply a badass film, and for that it's really enjoyable.

All in all, this movie irritated me to no end to watch it.. I kept thinking this was a joke, but it was one cliché after another...

Personally I'm not a fan UFC, but I still enjoyed it.

Admirably foregoing slow motion and featuring decent editing, the dozen fights are at worst bearable and at best downright exciting.

Worth the watch:) 7.5/10

The audience laughed pretty much every time he was on screen, and it helped smooth over some of the more intense parts.

Entertaining movie about a kid who witnesses the death of his parents in a carjacking gone bad - similar to the batman story.

Alright, I was bored and I was in for a fighting movie.

It was watchable,predictable, just not exciting unless you really really love fight movies.

People seemed to be on the edge of their seats and I felt every punch.

Watch this movie when you're bored.

The plot is extremely predictable; you've seen it all before.

The action scenes were exciting and tense, the sappy scenes never felt overly sappy, basically I just found it to be a perfectly enjoyable movie.

Some people mention there is not much action til later in the movie, i didn't even really notice it, the story really kept me on the edge and i loved how the hero trained.

Either way it has a pretty compelling story, even if it does feel long at times.

The story screams predictable and I would be truly embarrassed to view this piece in front of my friends.

People were constantly on the edge of their seats when he came on.

And Tapped Out was actually pretty enjoyable.

Very gripping storyline.

if not, don't waste your time.