Cornered: A Life Caught in the Ring

Cornered: A Life Caught in the Ring

On June 16, 1983, in front of a capacity crowd of 25,000 at Madison Square Garden, the lives of two young men were forever changed during a controversial boxing match. A tough club fighter ...

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Deenie C (ru) wrote: I caught "Feast" again on late-night TV -- a film with the perfect mix of horror and a dash of comedy, a ramshackle bar setting, and a wide range of unique characters. Plus, it was damn scary throughout.

Pedro R (fr) wrote: Overall this movie to me was a masterpiece.

Larry W (fr) wrote: A brilliant capturing of the realities of being marooned. You will never look at a volleyball the same way.

Carlos M (mx) wrote: Anyone who knows and appreciates the satirical office humor of the Dilbert comic strips will probably find this sophisticated comedy very funny - and those who hate their jobs will find it hard not to relate to it -, with a clever dialogue that makes us laugh during most of the time.

Dustin H (kr) wrote: False leading movie blows!!

Justin K (es) wrote: Most movie adaptations of video games are notorious for not being good at all, however this one was great. I thought the voice acting was great, and the artwork was equally great. The villian however, was no Geese Howard of Wolfgang Krauser

Mike V (br) wrote: The only thing realistic about this film is Bobby Bonilla striking out

Catherine S (ru) wrote: No, I haven't reached a new low in reviewing a Sesame Street movie. I just needed a challenge, as I believe that reviewing a movie based off a children's show is most difficult. This movie is certainly made for little kids, but it's actually well made and has its clever moments that make it an enjoyable film. Follow That Bird follows Big Bird as he's sent to live with another bird family, meaning he has to leave Sesame Street. He quickly becomes unhappy in his new home, and decides to leave and try to get back to Sesame Street. He's reported as missing by the news, and the gang goes out to bring him back home. It's kind of hard to review this film, mainly because I know it has several flaws and can get a little annoying at times, I know this is meant for little kids. Yet, even though I've long out grown Sesame Street, this movie was a pleasant little surprise in the form that it wasn't too annoying. Only parts were. This film was given a theatrical release in 1985, but flopped at the box office. Probably because the audience it was directed to was too young to sit through an hour and a half film quietly. Even though Follow That Bird has been mostly forgotten, I think it's a great treat for kids that exceeds (yes, I'm so pathetic that I've seen this) Elmo in Grouchland. It's got a good heart and innocent characters that remind us of Sesame Street's more humble and innocent days before videos were being taken off because of controversial issues. (Real rating: Gosh, this time I don't have a real rating. I wasn't even sure how to rate this one.)

Alexander A (it) wrote: One of the best films of all time. A must watch.

Nicole R (fr) wrote: OMG I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THIS!