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I keep watching parts of this movie over and over.
I think it's the fact that the cinematography is pretty well done and it makes these nameless hockey teams seem so epic, and to the characters (and the real people they are based on) it is actually really that important.
It makes hockey enforcement a completely different aspect of the sport, and all the little quirks that go along with hockey fights and teams is really enjoyable.
Like lots of hockey teams have russians and french players so that banter back and forth is really enjoyable, and even the naturally good natured repertoire between all the main characters is really pleasant.
There are aspects of it that are actually true, where two enforcers agree that after the puck drops they are gonna fight each other, and then they go at it, and the audience reaction as soon as they toss their gloves.
I usually skip through parts of movies but I don't think I skipped any part of this one.
Sean William Scott and Liev Schreiber play their characters really well.
It's not like it's a monumental movie in the sense that the storyline is somewhat cliche, but the characters are all pretty unique with some added realism that is usually missing from most hollywood movies.
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