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One of my all time favorite movies of any genre, definitely top 5 sports movie of all time. Yes, it is a satire, and it works every step of the way. Knockout performances by the entire cast; pun unintended.
A very relevant film to share that has a shout out to Dolemite.
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Foxx steals a one note,one joke dark comedy that gets old quick.
boxing fans can appreciate this comedy.
Would have been a one but Samuel L Jackson and Jamie Fox absolutely saved it
Great premise. Good satirical look at the sport and business of boxing. Samuel L. Jackson killed in his role. Overall, the movie is good but feels incomplete.
The joke is often funny and the actors all look like they're having fun, but it's still a one-joke movie that falls short of its potential .
As funny as it is to me, it's what boxing is. for real.
A fun satire that is enjoyable to watch. Sam Jackson is at his best as Rev. Fred Sultan but the movie tends to fizzle as the main joke of the movie is beaten like a dead horse.
Good movie. Very funny, great performances from Jackson, Wayans, Goldblum, and Foxx.