The Opponent

The Opponent

In order to prove himself to his girlfriend's father, a young man takes up boxing professionally. The father becomes his trainer and a sleazy promoter gets interested in him, but the road to the title won't be easy.

In order to prove himself to his girlfriend's father, a young man takes up boxing professionally. The father becomes his trainer and a sleazy promoter gets interested in him, but the road to the title won't be easy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Allen B (au) wrote: Be careful, audience reviews are tainted by a mass PR campaign by chiropractors (who funded this trope) to get people into their starving offices using a one sided portrayal of the health care system that glamorizes chiropractic care. What isn't said is that chiropractors are consummate quacks who regularly harm people when they cause strokes by delivering unnecessary neck manipulations or misdiagnose and delay medical treatment. At best, most people get some pain relief and a never ending care plan after the DC promised them effective cure of a biomechanical problem. It isn't trustworthy.

Harsh C (it) wrote: Didn't last 10 minutes

Cindy G (ru) wrote: Yes... watch it... I remembered a line from it from when I saw it at 6 years old. Watch... this... perfect!

Judy I (au) wrote: I thought it was a very good movie, sad but good.

Andrew S (gb) wrote: Really didn't enjoy this at all. It was an awkward and weird film didn't make much sense at all. I liked the dream like quality it had but that's about it.

Trent G (ru) wrote: Fun trek fan movie that makes me thankful that I'm not a diehard fan of many things, except movies in general. Quirky and interesting and sometimes disturbing. lol

Alissa F (ru) wrote: [b]In July[/b] is a good romance/drama. [b]In July[/b] takes a familiar story and familiar motifs and makes a fresh movie. Our protagonist is looking for love and is presented with 3 different women, representing the sun, the moon, and the wind (I believe the woman he first meets and buys the ring from is the wind because of the smoke and floating scene - then again maybe she's representing all the elements of the earth, including wind. Spoiler.... even though her sun tatoo is revealed at the end I don't think she's meant to be the sun - I see it more as a representation of the earthly element of fire and of course the sign that she is what he was really looking for.), so make it the sun, the moon, and the earth. I think the moon gets a bad rap. Yes, the moon girl is loony, but really there wouldn't be life on earth as we know it without the forces of the moon influencing our delicate balance of existence. Good early in the relationship date movie. Wouldn't mind seeing it again sometime but don't care to own it.

Marsian S (jp) wrote: Very disturbing and quite boring, yet looks very nice at times

Sean C (kr) wrote: An odd crime film, one that surprises the viewer because you only know as much as the crazed boxer knows and it does not help that he is deranged. Jason Patric is excellent here; indeed his career now looks like one long missed opportunity. But at least he has this one to hang his hat on.

Philip S (es) wrote: Strange movie, 'cause it didn't seem to fit any of the actors involved. Somehow they all seemed past their primes and silly. Sort of a poor man's "Broadcast News".

Deadly V (gb) wrote: Brilliant and underrated cop drama

Grayson W (it) wrote: "Graduation Day" is an early 80s slasher starring Christopher George (City of the Living Dead, Pieces). The story is of a highschool track athlete who dies of a heart attack just before graduation and someone in a fencing outfit is killing the rest of the students on her team. Some creative kills, such as the (spoiler) pole vaulting landing. Linnea Quigley plays a small role as a bad student willing to trade sex for good grades.

Claire S (ca) wrote: I loved this movie, and I was just thinking about how to summarize how awesome it was when Nicole brought to my attention the existence of croc-uggs and now I cannot ever enjoy anything ever again.

Nathan Y (nl) wrote: Probably the most important documentary of this century.

Andrea C (mx) wrote: very cute movie also the story is just absolutely amazing!!