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Powerful biopic great performances, even people like myself who don't like boxing will find something interesting here.
So artistic it is!!!!
Will Smith is pretty phenomenal as Muhammad Ali in this movie. Also, throughout this movie it's pretty interesting when we get to see what happens to Muhammed Ali when he is not boxing. Finally, the fight scenes with Muhammed Ali (Will Smith) are brilliant, they've got some good camera shots from different angles when they're fighting. Overall, this movie was quite fun and the actors in this movie do a phenomenal job in their scenes.
Very disappointing. This was a very boring and way too long depiction of Muhamad Ali's life. Also, what was going on with those camera angles.
Movie is amazing and it’s a classic!!! Will smith needs to curse more F’S word in the movie !
An epic that projects only the showmanship of Ali as well as his journey to claim an identity all his own, suffers only because of the lack of an origin story for this loud-mouth legend; but I guess all that will be in the prequel Clay ...
Michael Mann's 2000s decade's version of "Raging Bull" regarding the tropes between both boxing and biopic genres with emotions heightened in both, benefitting from Will Smith's perfectly strong portrayal remaining expressively for constant theming in and out of the ring as subtle statements were threw in along with some everlasting shock effects from historical marks and sporting cheers. (B+)
Ali is an underrated movie
Can't understand the 67% critics percentage for this film. Rather than a biopic of arguably the greatest sportsman who ever lived this instead concentrates on the 10 year period from 1964 to 1974 starting with his fight with Sonny Liston, becoming heavyweight champion of the world, his refusal to fight in Vietnam, his title being being stripped of him, his friendship with Malcolm X, his conversion to Islam and his Rumble In The Jungle fight with George Forman.
Will Smith's best dramatic performance by far and excellent edited fight scenes and very well directed by Michael Mann. Highly recommended.
The best inspiring sports movie ever made!