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Plot: The inspirational story of World Champion Boxer Vinny Pazienza who, after a near fatal car crash which left him not knowing if he'd ever walk again, made one of sport's most incredible comebacks. Runtime: 117 mins Release Date: 18 Nov 2016
This my first IMDb review after years of reading them, upon leaving the cinema though I thought this deserved it. Full marks for this movie, Miles Teller for his performance but most of all for Vinny Paz Pazienza who this biography is about. I saw this on a good size screen tonight with an enthusiastic audience, and we loved it. There were a lot of laughs throughout and a tension in the room, I really felt for this guy! Great performances from the whole cast and Miles Teller was on top form looking extremely buff. Nice to see Katey Segal looking fantastic as she always has . I <more>
wouldn't want to spoil this for anyone who hasn't seen it, although if you are a boxing fan you already know the story, just to say at the end of the film there was a round of applause, the Italians being the most vocal ha haI only wish there had been more ~ now I want to watch all this boxer's fightsRecommended!
The film is based on the true boxing story of World Champion Boxer Vinny Pazienza Miles Teller . It starts with his defeat in November of 1988 to Roger Mayweather Peter Quillin . It appeared his career was a wash and after a training music montage he won the second fight of the film, 30 minutes into it with the training help of Aaron Eckhart, going whiplash all over Gilbert Dele. The fight was a set up and he was expected to lose. Paz gets into an auto accident and the bulk of the film is about his remarkable comeback.The film skips a few fights in between. Paz didn't go from training <more>
to title bout as the film portrays, forgivable for time considerations. I thought the acting was excellent, decent New England accents. At the end of the film you get to see the real characters on which the production was based and they looked were remarkably similar. Good casting. Good film for the genre. Good sound track.Guide: F-word. Nudity Noelle Trudeau, Christine Evangelista
Being a big boxing fan I remember Vinny Pazienza very well and his story. It was truly inspirational and I'm glad a movie was made about it. Miller Teller did an amazing job as Vinny and Aaron Eckhart nailed it as Kevin Rooney. This film is about more than boxing though; it's about beating the odds at ALL COST!
The Tazmanian Devil's story (by gary-08393)
No spoilers here. I went to a screening last night in Los Angeles for 'Bleed for This'.It's an excellent movie that delivers solid performances from the supporting cast. Oscar nominations abound. Aaron Eckhart comes through with a dead-on take of Kevin Rooney all the way down to the walk and should be a shoo-in for an Oscar nomination. Miles Teller shows a depth beyond his years in his portrayal of the Pazmanian Devil. Highly recommend. Gary Randall Craveonline.com
Motivation is key (by flatbushzombieswag)
This is an excellent movie even for people that don't really enjoy boxing. This movie goes way beyond the sport. It's the mindset behind it that is portrayed. If you feel down and needs a heads up: this is the movie to watch!After this movie, ask yourself again, what are my goals? Once you figured that out, it is easy, just do it, and ace it and never look back just focus on your goal and never stop.I know it is easier said than done, there are going to be hurdles trying to stop you, but you just need to keep going. you are the star
Inspirational movie that leaves you thinking about what one can accomplish (by allen-phillips-530-444228)
This movie was inspiring and pushes the boundaries of self help and how to accomplish what you want out of life. The movie is set in Providence Rhode Island in the 1980/90's when Vinny fought. Both for his titles and for his life and career. This was a movie I would see again. To me it was reminiscent of Rocky training and the fight song that was used for many years after to inspire people. Perhaps that was what Vinny used to inspire him to succeed even after tragedy struck the young boxer. Although I Really enjoyed the movie and the plot line, I would most likely have named this movie <more>
something different... something that promotes the same inspiration as the movie.
Miles Teller is fantastic in this inspirational comeback of all comebacks (by bartonj2410)
When it comes to film, there is no other sport that has delivered such powerful and emotional dramas on the big screen as boxing. It's the personal drama they delve into that makes them so relatable to audiences. That's not to say we've all climbed the Rocky Steps or assaulted family members as a result of paranoia though. Many have been based on true stories and that is certainly the case with Bleed For This, a film based on the astonishingly courageous real life experiences of Vinny Pazienza. Played by Miles Teller, Pazienza was a World Champion Boxer who was left not knowing <more>
whether he'd be able to walk again after a near fatal car accident caused severe spinal damage. Rather than let it defeat him, Pazienza aimed to get back in the ring, setting in motion one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history.The biggest draw of Bleed For This are its performances, particularly the knock-out lead one given by Miles Teller, one of the hottest young actors in Hollywood today. Teller never loses the cockiness of Pazienza, even when he faces a life without boxing, turning him into such a remarkable character.I really enjoyed the pairing of Teller and Aaron Eckhart as his trainer, Kevin Rooney. Eckhart hasn't really had much to shout about in recent years but I do think he's a good actor, showcasing it here with a good performance. Ciarán Hinds and Katey Sagal deliver fine performances as Vinny's mother and father, taking me a while to realise it was even them with the change in appearance.The best boxing films are the ones that focus more on the goings on outside of the ring than inside it, and that's where Ben Younger gets it right with Bleed For This. Yes, a big part of the story is Vinny wanting to get back in the ring but Younger chooses to focus on the man himself and how driven an individual he was to get back to his best in the ring.Younger also delivers some energetic boxing sequences, using quick edits and excellent sound mixing to almost feel like you're taking the punches at times. The brutality of the sport is wince- inducing at times so the film does warrant its rating however, the moment that had everyone wincing was when Vinny has the screws taken out of his head after six months of wearing the halo designed to help his neck recover. It's a moment that perfectly captures the severity of Vinny's accident as well as the aforementioned cockiness, Teller playing it for laughs.If you're a fan of boxing films, Bleed For This is a film you will want to see. Don't dismiss it entirely if you aren't a big fan of boxing films because there is plenty to admire in this portrayal of one of the most inspirational comebacks in sporting history.
Never retreat, never surrender! (by kaptenvideo-89875)
Feeling the lack is the first step to greatness. If you're fine with status quo you may never achieve something bigger. I'm pretty sure I have read something like this somewhere. At least it's a fitting motto to Bleed for This", the sports movie about this real-life young boxing champ who broke his neck and still managed to get back in form and claim another world champion belt. More than that, Wikipedia says that he held it for over the next ten years. The guy's called Vinny Paz and he's 54 now, by the way.So yes, it's another sports movie aiming to the <more>
infinity and beyond" but it doesn't go all Hollywood on our asses and actually manages to be a really good indie watch, having both heart and balls.Bleed for This" came out back in September and circled some festivals before reaching cinemas. The commercial success of the movie, sadly, hasn't been worthy of its tough-as-nails hero. It pretty much came and disappeared without a splash and hasn't gotten any award nominations either, big or small. Quite why the producers and distributors didn't believe in the project enough to support it some, for Globes and Academy Awards campaign, at least, is beyond my comprehension. It's a true underdog story, also a sports movie – who doesn't like those, eh? – and also good movie in general. Probably the post-Trumpian USA needs more unpretentious happy tales like La La Land" which has just managed to pick 7 out of 7 Globes. OK but what makes Bleed for This" so great, then? Isn't there enough underdog and sports movies, award-winning or otherwise? Well, I am glad you asked. In short, I like everything about it! The indie style, the atmosphere and feeling of the early 1990's working class USA, the great group of starring actors, the hardhitting boxing, the screenplay The result is not perfect – what is, anyway? – and one could nitpick about many things if wanted to. For example, the movie runs near two hours which is not exactly a short amount of time but one does not get a good sense of Vinny Paz's development as a champion sportsman, or even exactly how the recovery from the big accident went. Of course, it's all explained in passing, but it doesn't satisfy to the fullest.Maybe it's just me because I enjoyed visiting Vinny's world, family and environment so much that I left the cinema wanting more. Bleed for This" is one of those rather uncommon sports movies that is not afraid to let characters and story breathe and develop enough to lure us in, to make us want really be there for the characters, not just flashy action.This kind of intimate connection to the movie mostly happens when its makers have strong personal connection with the whole thing too. Seeing that Ben Younger is the director and the sole writer, we can assume it was a personal project and he makes the most out of everybody on screen.The big name actors here are Miles Teller as Vinny Paz, Ciarán Hinds as his father somehow I always confuse the guy with Alfred Molina and Aaron Eckhart as his boxing trainer. All the others have given good performances too, but these three are really worth every penny the producers had to spend on them. Which was probably not too much because the budget was about 6 million US dollars and shooting lasted for only 24 days.They play it rough and raw, turning the characters into believable working-class heroes. Mark Wahlberg would have probably loved to be part of this experience. There are no showoff scenes so there's not much to talk about it, only enjoy it. Feel it, live it, breathe it!I am especially happy about Aaron Eckhart choosing a worthwhile acting role again for a change. For most of the current decade, he has been doing boring commercial crap which is a world away from the works that made him known in the first place. Here he seems to channel a younger less fat version of James Gandolfini which is enough for me to wish him a Supporting Actor Oscar, or at least a nomination. And last but certainly not the least, Bleed for This" cements Miles Teller's position as one of the most promising young American movie actors of his generation. You almost remember him from big studio projects Divergent" + Insurgent" and 2015's Fantastic Four" but he has also starred in a row of cool indie-er movies such as The Spectacular Now" and Whiplash". The former quirky cool guy has transformed himself for the never- surrender-type boxer role but manages to turn what on paper seems like a cartoon character into living breathing human being. He should also get nominated for Oscar.Ben Younger has previously only written and directed two feature length movies, 2000's really good Boiler Room" and 2005's rather meh Prime". It's nice to see him back with another success!"Bleed for This" doesn't offer a biggest amount of boxing I have seen in a boxing movie. But I just read from IMDb that Teller was trained by Darrell Foster, who has trained fighters like Sugar Ray Leonard and helped Will Smith become Muhammad Ali for 2001's Ali.
A not so glorious but incredible comeback story. (by SpoilerAlertReviews)
Ben Younger has been rather quiet in recent years with a short directorial filmography, Boiler Room being one of my favourite films, that being released sixteen years ago. Younger writes, screenplays and directs this true story of one of the greatest comebacks in not just boxing history, but in the history of sport itself. Vinny Pazienza, now legally know as Vinny Paz was the IBF World Lightweight Champion and then later the WBA World Jr. Middleweight Champion but had to relinquish the championship belt due having his neck broken in a near fatal car accident being told by doctors that he may <more>
not walk again, let alone fight again. Miles Teller portrays Paz meticulously, giving yet another powerful performance possibly equal to his Whiplash, being undecided. He portrays the painful struggle back to recovery and beyond with the almost medieval Halo brace Paz had screwed into his skull for three months, yet this did not deter his training much to the protests of the doctors, family and friends. It's got great performances from Aaron Eckhart, who plays legendary boxing trainer, Kevin Rooney, and Ciarán Hinds who plays his devoted father, going through the motions of glory to guilt, both having to deal with the decisions Paz makes which makes you question what you would do as friend or parent. Support him which could essential kill him? I think Eckhart is going for an Oscar nomination here. It's well paced and focuses more on Paz himself as oppose to the fights that are very well choreographed and captured. There's impressive editing especially empathising the pain of both surgery, recovery and the blows, actually make some parts of the film uncomfortable to watch. There's a good, gentle score from Julia Holter that enforces the emotional strong of the story; and is accompanied by a selection of eighties classics with a few tracks from the eccentric Willis Earl Beal giving a moody bluesy mode to the film. Check out the track "Too Dry To Cry." It's great because, yes, it is a boxing movie, but it's about getting back up, fighting the only real adversary of self doubt, especially when everyone, and I mean everyone from friends and family tell you no. Having the courage and determination to not accept defeat, or is it delusional to believe in yourself, knowing the risks. Either way, it makes a grand basis for an incredible story of the ultimate comeback. Running Time: 9 The Cast: 9 Performance: 9 Direction: 9 Story: 9 Script: 8 Creativity: 8 Soundtrack: 8 Job Description: 8 The Extra Bonus Points: 0 Would I buy the Bluray?: Yes, going next to Cinderella Man and The Hurricane. 77% 8/10