I like movies that have a heart. This one truly does. In the end, it's about a dad and his estranged son, or vice versa if you want to look at it that way too. I like it because it has cool, actually spectacular graphics, plus a good story. The end fight does it for me all of the time, but the build up to that is good too. I enjoy the kid actor; he's not too much of an adult, although he is tough in a similar way (characteristically) to his dad in the movie. So I think it fits that he's such an adult-like hard head sometimes. It's funny though; He's still a kid, and his challenge to the champ's owners is one of the funniest scenes in the movie!\n\nI hope you enjoy
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