The Trials of Muhammad Ali

The Trials of Muhammad Ali

Brash boxer Cassius Clay burst into the American consciousness in the early 1960s, just ahead of the Civil Rights movement. His transformation into the spiritually enlightened heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali is legendary, but this religious awakening also led to a bitter legal battle with the U.S. government after he refused to serve in the Vietnam War. This film reveals the perfect storm of race, religion and politics that shaped one of the most recognizable figures in sports history.

The legal battles of the great American boxer against being conscripted into the US military during the Vietnam War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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William C (it) wrote: Red 2 at first caught me off guard a little; there I was thinking that it wasn't so bad at the beginning and that maybe people dislike this a bit too much, I was wrong. The second movie in the series is one of high octane action of which some could say the quota is pushed up in this one but it fails to make much a decent original plot and wastes the possible decent action-comedy this could have been. I must say for the record that I pretty much didn't like the first film, it was mediocre stuff really and the same for me applies here although this is generally much poorer than the first movie. Yet again starring Bruce Willis as Frank Moses, this time we see the gang of retirees and friends chase down a missing nuclear device of which such a thing could wipe out millions of people. That synopsis I just gave is the whole reason this is disappointing to me, it goes for the most over the top and yet most over used storyline ever.This time the movie throws in Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta-Jones (yes they seem to have been casting in Wales) and both are really kind of not used well but at the same time do at least bring personality. It's not that either does not bring skill to the cast, particularly Hopkins as Dr Bailey who does actually play the role very nicely but both are used to create incredibly basic characters and I wish this plot and its characters could have been more new and fresh. In comes a few people we saw from the first film and they do help the plot a little but overall nothing can be done to stop this being pretty dumb really, even the decent action is edited in an awful way which for me is one of the biggest mistakes of this movie.Dean Parisot was not the right choice for this movie as director; from a film perspective he has made comedies before but his work is not a good effort for this. See getting a director for this kind of movie you would think the reasonable choice would be someone with a good background in comedy and action or possibly both but you get neither here, by no means does Parisot ruin this, but he doesn't do a great deal right. The two Hoeber's who wrote the first film write again and yet again it feels like a script that could look good on paper but comes out poorly on the screen, yet again like with Parisot they don't destroy the film, just make it below-par stuff.Listen I'm not going to tell you to completely not watch this, with the first instalment I felt it was a film that a lot of people could enjoy but with this although I felt it wasn't as good, it still is far from terrible. I have to admit parts of this are not all bad and some bits if you take away what's going on in the story can be exciting, overall though just not a solid enough effort. Oh yes and one other thing that really for me didn't work was not only the bad guys in this, but also the way in which this movie seems to play serious a second after being silly, it just means that when an actual decent bit of serious acting comes in, a very basic joke either precedes or succeeds it and it just doesn't feel right. All in all a comedy-action that never quite even reaches the average heights of it's predecessor, try as it may it still just feels stupid and the cast is wasted on yet another pointless adventure.

Tracy F (ru) wrote: Sports fan, for me anyway, it is a must watch especially baseball fans. Yes, I care about the issues he got into all by himself but you cannot say he was one of the best that played the game. From the first scene, I had chills and tears (I cry mainly at sports films). Highly recommend!!!

John W (fr) wrote: Oh my god! Seriously, could not breathe. Funniest guy out there right now!

Paul D (nl) wrote: Meh. I wasn't shocked when I heard this was made in twelve days.

Saleha K (fr) wrote: Love it but its so sad!

Toby C (de) wrote: It's so dumb that it works, however I never realized how cheap some of the shots are in this film.

DC F (gb) wrote: I understood the desire for a sequel and I tried hard to like this, but it hit far below the original. It doesn't have the same feel and with Belushi missing, it's just wrong.

Tim G (gb) wrote: I really liked ladybugs where Rodney Dangerfield plays a salesman while trying to get a promotion says he an expert in the game of soccer but really isn't and ends up being the coach of a of a girls soccer his company sponsors jackee gives a reasonable performance as dangerfields admin assistant and assistant coach and Ilene graf gives a good performance as dangerfields fiance

Dianne B (es) wrote: A silly movie from start to finish, it never takes itself very seriously. Good send up of B westerns. Some very funny un-pc bits, especially the comment about how the good guy has to be "a confident heterosexual".

Jairo A (de) wrote: There are about a million romantic comedies out there and this one is better than average. It is predictable but it still works. And maybe it's just me but I expected Chloe Grace Moretz, the girl in Kick Ass, to start kicking ass at some point in the movie. LOL 3.5/5 or 6/10

Samantha B (au) wrote: No.... I'm sorry, just no. Not a real Bond movie.

Mohammed B (gb) wrote: great work from Rachel Weisz!

Andy C (it) wrote: An underground society believes that if you inflict enough pain and suffering on a young female woman she will experience true ecstasy and travel to the other side; if it exists. Repellent and oddly engrossing largely due to the superb acting.