Play It To The Bone

Theatrical Release: January 14, 2000
DVD Release: April 23, 2001
Play It To The Bone
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sex
language
violence
drugs
nudity
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Synopsis

Two best friends and professional boxing rivals, Vince Boudreau and Cesar Dominquez, both of whom haven’t worked in years, get the chance of a lifetime: an assignment to box together in Vegas. The job promises big money, but there’s a hitch: they have to be there NOW. They quickly hit the road with their friend Grace at the wheel. After a circuitous route through the sizzling desert, the trio finally makes it to Las Vegas. In the ring, Vince and Cesar regress to their primal instincts and are ready for war. Well matched, both are transformed into ruthless, desperate men, ready to kill each other to salvage their own careers. Blow after blow, each man recovers numerous times from near defeat to turn the fight around.
R (Although one man claims to be a Christian, apologizing each time he misuses God’s name and telling others not to profane the Creator’s name, still he doesn’t seem to put much stock in many of the other Commandments, such as fornicating; profanity and obscenity throughout; explicit sexual conversations and graphic situations; nudity; drug use; regurgitation; bloody boxing match)

Dove Review

Content Description

Although one man claims to be a Christian, apologizing each time he misuses God’s name and telling others not to profane the Creator’s name, still he doesn’t seem to put much stock in many of the other Commandments, such as fornicating; profanity and obscenity throughout; explicit sexual conversations and graphic situations; nudity; drug use; regurgitation; bloody boxing match

Info

Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Writer: Ron Shelton
Director: Ron Shelton
Producer: Stephen Chin
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 124 min.
Industry Rating: R