Knockout

Theatrical Release: February 4, 2000
DVD Release: May 30, 2000
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Synopsis

The daughter of a once gifted boxer, now policeman, wants to become a fighter herself. Of course, her Hispanic mother and father believe this to be no profession for a young woman. But on her deathbed, the mother, dying of a brain tumor, tells her husband to support her in her decision and tells her daughter, “Let your light shine.” Well, this is all the encouragement the beautiful and athletic girl needs. So despite her best friend being knocked senseless in the ring, and after a montage showing her trials and accomplishments, we soon find our heroine up for the lightweight championship.

Dove Review

Content Description

Three or four profanities, a few obscenities, several mild expletives; the lead couple are pictured in bed toward the end of the film, indicating that they have slept together, but there is no sex scene; a policeman is shot; boxing violence, leading to the crippling of a fighter.

Info

Company: Renegade Entertainment
Writer: Mark Stevens and Lorenzo Doumani
Director: Lorenzo Doumani
Producer: Lorenzo Doumani
Genre: Action
Runtime: 100 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13