Resurrecting the Champ

Resurrecting the Champ

Up-and-coming sports reporter rescues a homeless man ("Champ") only to discover that he is, in fact, a boxing legend believed to have passed away. What begins as an opportunity to resurrect Champ's story and escape the shadow of his father's success becomes a personal journey as the ambitious reporter reexamines his own life and his relationship with his family.

Up-and-coming sports reporter comes to the aid of a homeless man who claims he is a former heavy weight title contender. Seeing a chance to redeem his struggling career, the writer's story of the champ's life raises questions about the past that will threaten all he holds dear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rahul J (fr) wrote: One of the best dramas I have seen

Pui T (br) wrote: 1/2? 1/2?

Chris G (es) wrote: Never seen a surfer dude play a southern captain before!

Alec B (ru) wrote: watched a TV special on the case of the dibbuk box and found this movie shortly after watching that!

Drew H (fr) wrote: Charming enough with some good laughs and Rush's voice over is great. I just didn't see what all that fuss was about though.

Darin Z (ca) wrote: Enjoyable movie with great production value. Eion Bailey could have a promising career; losing out to Christian Bale for the role of Batman isn't the best of luck, but it's an honor just to be considered, right?

Mee H (br) wrote: Good selling point but stupid director I guess. Bored.

Scot C (es) wrote: I first saw this at the cinema in 1997. Could hardly remember it until I watched it again last night. Damn good! Stallone is quite impressive. But top acting all round.

Lindy L (jp) wrote: Liked the idea but not so much the execution of it.

Murder C (de) wrote: FOX decided to resurrect "The Omen" franchise with this TV movie and there is no doubt that this resurrection was unnecessary and unwanted. First off, the previous movie "The Final Conflict" was not really a great movie by any means but it was a good enough closer for the series and to now start the thing over again is beyond pointless. "Omen IV: The Awakening" is pretty much the first movie but with a evil girl named Delia (Asia Vieira) instead of evil boy, also without being nearly as well-made, interesting, scary and well acted as the previous ones. Not worth the time or the title "Omen"

Jason D (gb) wrote: In Moontrap, astronauts Walter Koenig (the great Commander Pavel Chekov from Star Trek) and Bruce Campbell (Ash from the Evil Dead trilogy) come together to become the greatest duo to have ever been filmed!!!! Seriously though, the two astronauts are working a overlong and boring space ride across the Earth when they encounter a wrecked space ship where they recover a strange pod and a 14,000 year old human astronaut. Back on Earth, Nasa is baffled but is soon enlightened when the pod reveals a small but very ferocious robot that quickly puts together additional parts to become a robotic killing machine that takes a small army to bring down. Naturally, Koenig and Campbell want to go back to the Moon to find out the origins of the 14,000 year old astronaut, which they do find out some stuff, not to mention come across an army of killer robots. Thrown in some death and gore here and some titties there and you've got yourself a bonafide late-80's gem of a sci-fi classic. Even the special effects and animatronics are fun to watch! Yeah, this movie is corny and outdated, but it still retains a lot of its fun and inventiveness. Moontrap desperately needs its own DVD release. I know I would certainly buy it! Great, low-grade film!

Sophie M (mx) wrote: Its definitely not my choice of pick in movie, BUT when I watched it on a big screen it definitely took me back in time. It took me back over 30 yrs!!! (1988) now that's a long time. It felt like I was in a time machine, in terms of the movie it was good. too, It had a good plot to keep you interested.

Emelie B (ag) wrote: funny..but also boring

Stephen H (br) wrote: One of three performances cited for Janet Gaynor in the inaugral year of the Academy Awards. She is excellent, and the direction has some inspired moments. A beautiful film.