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One of the better sports movies in recent memory, Blue Blood is a counteragent to the era of the steroid-shooting superhero, a film that puts athletics back in perspective, and on a human scale.
Stevan Riley succeeds in offering a restrained and insightful portrait of the personalities behind personal glories won and lost within the pressures of such an institutional hot-house.
Keen and nimble and light on its toes.
The story's slight, but it's still an exhilarating look at an unlikely group of heroes, scored and edited for maximum effect.
Real life Rockys with stiff upper (class) lips come out of their corners in Blue Blood, a captivating film about the Oxford University boxing team.
Their various trials and tribulations make for sturdy docusoap-style viewing.
A minority interest at best, yet for the most part director Stevan Riley succeeds in making an accessible and entertaining film about what could potentially be an alienatingly arcane look at Varsity sports.
At its best, Blue Blood just shows that boxing is a particularly tough sport to lose at.
An amusing, observant documentary.
Average boxing documentary following Oxford students preparing for their Varsity match. Predictable narrative arc fails to inspire and the central question of why very intelligent students would want to box is never satisfactorily answered.
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