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Twelve - Review


Joel Schumacher is a filmmaker whom at his best can be quite interesting to watch – but such a standard is so rare inside of his body of work knowing what feels so common for films under his own eye. 829 more words

Film Reviews

Hands of Stone

Hands of Stone – Roberto Duran (Edgar Ramirez) is the only boxer to win against Sugar Ray Leonard (Usher). He grew up on the streets of Panama, stealing food and blessed with a natural talent for boxing. 175 more words

Dramatical Entertainment

"Hands of Stone" is a Schlocky Boxing Film with Little New to Say

Starting with a promising shot of Robert De Niro ring side, all hopes for viewers of Hands of Stone to be given a unique boxing film experience are soon dashed as the trajectory of the picture follows well tread paths, and does so with little passion or aplomb. 385 more words



When it comes to sports on film, none transfer to a composed and contained visual medium quite like boxing. Two men, and in some cases women, square off in a confined arena below the spotlights of show time. 628 more words


"Hands of Stone" | Red Band Trailer #1 | Thoughts

“HANDS OF STONE” is out next week, the latest trailer just dropped, and it does show some promise, but some concern as well. This film covers the life and career of Roberto Duran looked to be played very well by Edgar Ramirez. 398 more words


Hands of Stone Box Office Prediction

***BLOGGER’S UPDATE (08/23/16): It was announced today by the Weinstein Company that they are significantly changing their release pattern for Hands of Stone. The film was originally scheduled to debut this Friday on approximately 2,000 screens. 270 more words