Fighting with My Family
This comedy story tells about Paige and her brother Zack, who lived in a cohesive wrestling family. One day, they will be delighted when they get a one-time chance to experience the WWE. It may look like a new and different experience where Paige only gets a place in a competitive training program. In the end, she must leave her family and face all these new challenges.
Actors Of "Fighting with My Family"
Critics Of "Fighting with My Family"
The Herald (Scotland)
February 27, 2019 [Merchant] has an ending to put together, and throws himself into it as if to the sporting entertainment manor born.Read in Source
February 27, 2019 If you want a good laugh, you'll find it here. If you want some Rocky-style physical exertion, you'll get your fill. Even if you're not all that interested in pro wrestling, the serious talent has a solid chance of winning you over anyway.Read in Source
February 27, 2019 A certain airbrushed quality pervades but, like wrestling itself, the key is probably just to accept the hokum and focus on the charm whipped up by Merchant and his cast.Read in Source
February 22, 2019 A solid cast and Merchant's respectful approach elevates the material to the top rope, but it's rising star Pugh who hits her finisher.Read in Source
February 21, 2019 Upending expectations may be the biggest victory of all for this movie.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
February 21, 2019 There are few shocks along the way... but all the obligatory ups and downs are given decent weight by Pugh, as well as Nick Frost and Lena Headey as her beyond-the-mat parents. And for most of the film's run-time, that's enough.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
February 27, 2019 Wry self-sabotage after the fact is one of Merchant's secret weapons, and one of the reasons Fighting With My Family slips so nimbly under your defences.Read in Source
February 22, 2019 Fighting with My Family is as likable as it is generic. Pugh's performance is the best thing about the movie but the story, despite Merchant's comedic flourishes, feels stale at times.Read in Source
February 27, 2019 Despite a great real-life background story, and despite comedy master Stephen Merchant being at the helm as writer-director, this movie never really comes off.Read in Source
February 27, 2019 Writer-director Stephen Merchant (cocreator of The Office) gives the potentially shopworn material a heartfelt zest by making the story as gritty and funny as it is inspirational.Read in Source
February 28, 2019 Pugh is a winning heroine, real and flawed, acting on instinct out of the ring when within it she knows the scripted moves intimately. Though the standout is Lowden's sensitive portrayal of her brother Zak, forced to craft a different kind of dream.Read in Source
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