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A boxer ends up losing everything after his wife dies & has to rebuild his life after his daughter is taken away after a suicide attempt. Being a father myself & not seeing my daughter it's heartbreaking & the always excellent Gyllenhaal captures it perfectly as do the supporting cast.
If you are a fan of Jake Gyllenhaal you would love movie many goosebumps scenes
A typical boxing "demise and rise" story, this is a type of trope that has been done before countless times where the protagonist falls from grace only to earn his way back to the top. That being said, while this type of story arc isn't new to us, the film does well in providing impact, both in and outside of the ring.
Not into boxing at all, but this is an excellent and gripping movie
Nothing we haven already seen before but still done well.
The way Jake Gyllenhaal transformed his entire being for this movie is very impressive. You can almost feel the despair that he plays yourself. The story itself is very touching and the end makes you feel so much relief.
The best movie in the world !!!!
Brilliant drama, brilliant movie about box and amazing Jake Gyllenhaal
The most underrated boxing movie
I mean, we all know what's gonna happen at the end. However, I do believe that sometimes you have to focus on the ride itself, and that's what I did with this movie. Jake gives evertything of himself, I could really feel his pain and it touched me deeply.