The Champ

The Champ

Dink Purcell loves his alcoholic father, ex-heavyweight champion Andy "Champ" Purcell, despite his frequent binges, his frequent gambling and their squalid living conditions. And there's nothing Andy wouldn't do for Dink. When Andy wins a race horse gambling, he gives it to Dink and they race it at a Tijuana track. There, Dink meets Linda Carleton, a race horse owner herself, and they have an immediate rapport. But Linda's rich husband sees Andy and realizes Dink is Linda's son, who she gave up when she and Andy divorced. Andy is bribed $200 to allow Dink to visit with Linda, but refuses to allow Dink to spend six months with the Carletons. When Andy loses the horse gambling and winds up in jail after a drunken tirade, he realizes Dink's place is with his mother. Dink tearfully goes but sneaks out and returns at his first opportunity, filling a depressed Andy with a desire to make good. So Andy goes into training after his managers arrange a boxing match with the Mexican champion.

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Christopher M (it) wrote: The movie is excellent until Tony Todd drops our heroes off at the party. I became entirely engrossed in our heroine's quest to support her daughter. She is as sympathetic as Anna in Martyrs. I was thus aghast to see her butchered in the most insultingly stupid torture porn I've ever laid eyes on. The torturers' rationale is bogus. Their crimes are illustrated with piss-poor gore effects. The whole thing ends suddenly without any more word on our heroine than a blurb of text. If you feel like paying full price and turning it off as soon as Tony Todd makes his exit, feel free. But if you keep watching you'll want the rest of the time back.

Rick C (mx) wrote: Characters devolve into caricatures as this potentially interesting plot evolves. Predictable ending. Too bad, good actors not used to their full potential.

Private U (kr) wrote: absolutely fascinating musical portait of Istanbul.

Cindy V (es) wrote: Kind of stupid, but still silly and fun. Gets an extra half star for David Bowie tap dancing.