This full-contact action drama, loaded with authentic mixed martial arts, is a transcending inspirational story of redemption.
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Gary N (nl) wrote: A superb insight into the work of one of the very best press photographers, and the politics of his employment. What strikes you- aside from his striking images-is his intellectual insight and humanity. He scoured the very worst of our war torn planet to highlight the atrocities committed in the name of a "good cause" or religion. The plight of the innocent was never better illustrated than my his insight. His unique ability had the UK government ban him from travelling with the rest of the press to the Falklands for fear of the damage he would do to the flag-waving Argie bashing campaign machine! You might not of heard of him-but you will have seen some of his work. Engrossing, insightful and heart-breaking to watch.
Andrew K (fr) wrote: Drag, glitter, romance and the Shangri-Las, what more could you ever want?
Dutch W (it) wrote: Adequate courtroom thriller. Jeff Bridges plays a newspaper editor accused of brutally murdering his wife. The DA has a longstanding beef with him and the charges reek of the fulfillment of personal vendettas. Glen Close's character decides to come out of retirement to defend Bridges against these seemingly unjust charges. In the process she falls in love with him and her motivations become blurred as do the circumstances surrounding the murder. There's nothing particularly new on display here. The script makes some leaps in Close's falling for Bridge's that don't jive with the values that are established for her character early on. That this strong-willed, independent women would cross the attorney/client boundary within a matter of days, is simply not believable and Bridges seems to be phoning in his performance. There's nothing original here and the "twist" ending can be seen miles away to anyone that is remotely familiar with the many films this one borrows from. The 85% Fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes baffles me.
Taylor B (us) wrote: "I just realized, if Christ returned today, he would be crucified again... and you would be the one driving in the nails."
Luke V (br) wrote: A little long, at times boring but definitely an essential viewing for those interested in documentaries. Some of the imagery is truly stunning and certainly iconic.
Cline D (jp) wrote: Un peu long, mais pas mal.
Parmesh D (au) wrote: Not like any boxing film you would see, blessed with the assured direction of Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman's narration!
Semmi A (us) wrote: Wow. Kristen Stewart just gave 2 handy's in the front seat of a car in this weird movie haha