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Fighting RobotMax: "What are we looking for?"
Charlie Kenton: "Anything I can use to put a fighting bot together."
Charlie finally decides to hit up a junkyard, to try and find enough parts to assemble his own fighting robot, but it's Max who makes the real discovery: Atom.
- 2+ 7- 2
Steel Never StopsCharlie: "Times have changed. Fighting has changed. But the crowd? They never change. They just get bigger. The human body can only take so much. But the steel never stops."
Things have changed for Charlie Kenton. It's 2020 now, and robot boxing is now the biggest sport in the world. He's going to have to make some serious adjustments if he wants to succeed.
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MoneyCharlie: "This is what it's all about! Let's make some money!"
Charlie goes all in with Atom, to try and prove his worth to his son - and to himself. It's not all about money, really...
- 4+ 3- 2
Nothing LeftBailey: "Give it up Charlie. You got nothing left."
Even Charlie's friend Bailey Tallet (Evangeline Lilly), is about to throw in the towel on Charlie.
- 5+ 2- 1
Bad BetCharlie: "I just need a little loan."
Finn: "As much as I like you dude, you're a bad bet brother."
Hopefully Charlie can find a way to turn things around and make a comeback - he sure can't get much lower.
- 6+ 2- 1
The Fight Game ChangedMax: "What was he like?"
Bailey: "As a boxer? Charlie was the top contender, number two in the world. Then, the fight game changed."
People have all but forgotten human boxing, and Charlie Kenton. Now he's just trying to "eek out a living" in the robot boxing world, and do right by his son, Max.
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Teach Him to BoxMax: "I need you to teach him to box."
Charlie: "Are you kidding me?!"
Max: "You know this fight game inside and out. He needs your moves, your commands."
Charlie: "I can't, I can't!"
Max: "Yes, you can."
When nobody else believes in him, Charlie's son, Max, still does. That's worth the effort, Charlie!
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One Thing RightCharlie: "I know I've done all kinds of wrong by this kid. I'd just like to do one thing right."
While 'Real Steel' is definitely about boxing robots, it's also very much about a father's will to do right by his only son.