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The Bleeder is a movie starring Liev Schreiber, Elisabeth Moss, and Ron Perlman. A drama inspired by the life of heavyweight boxer Chuck Wepner, who had a once-in-a-lifetime bout with Muhammad Ali that would inspire the film Rocky...

Genres
Biography, Drama, Sport
Director
Philippe Falardeau
Starring
Elisabeth Moss, Ron Perlman, Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber

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Product details

Genres Biography, Drama, Sport
Director Philippe Falardeau
Writer Michael Cristofer, Liev Schreiber, Jerry Stahl, Jeff Feuerzeig
Stars Elisabeth Moss, Ron Perlman, Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber
Country USA
Also Known As Outsider, Punhos de Sangue, Chuck - Der wahre Rocky, Chuck: Η ιστορία του πραγματικού Rocky Balboa, Ütésálló, Chuck, The Bleeder - O Verdadeiro Campeão, La Leyenda: la historia del verdadero Rocky Balboa, Droga mistrza, チャンプ
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Chuck Wepner, the "Bayonne Bleeder," he was the pride of Bayonne, New Jersey, a man who went fifteen rounds in the ring with Muhammad Ali, and the real life inspiration for Rocky Balboa. But before all that, Chuck Wepner was a liquor salesman and father with a modest prizefighting career whose life changed overnight when, in 1975, he was chosen to take on The Greatest in a highly publicized title match. It's the beginning of a wild ride through the exhilarating highs and humbling lows of sudden fame-but what happens when your fifteen minutes in the spotlight are up?

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 16:39

There's no question the film is a masterpiece, and in my opinion one of the best sports movies ever made. Bradley Cooper stars as a younger brother of college hockey player Matt, who's career was derailed by a blood clot that pierced his brain. After a lengthy recovery, Matt begins to train for the first time, using his healing factor, without any help from doctors. He won't need much assistance when a coach sees him, and offers him a full scholarship to play pro hockey. He eventually gets a call from the coach, who calls him, with no explanation, and his reply is, "I'm going to need you to come down to the hospital and take my blood" and proceeds to tell him, in no uncertain terms, that he needs to use the blood to grow and make himself bigger. The movie follows Matt as he grows, and does things that nobody else can. After becoming a new man, Matt tries to get back on the ice. But he isn't just a man, he's also a real-life hockey player, and a man that is a beacon of hope to a lot of families. The movie has an unusual and unique plot, that deals with everything from intense drug use to internalized homophobia, and the supernatural. It's a very unique story, and the fact that they were able to get an actor like Cooper to play Matt was a big coup. Cooper gives a fascinating performance, that shows his immense talent, as he tackles the physical and emotional aspects of playing the role. Michael Douglas, who played Matt's father, gives a strong, but subdued performance. He comes off as a man who is overreacting to his son's troubles, and is very unlikable in the process. But I'll get to the real star of the film, and that's a young Alexander Skarsgard. He plays a police officer, and an eccentric, if relatable, character. He truly transforms into an eccentric character, and I could relate to him. He is incredibly skilled, and he was able to get everything he wanted out of playing a role that is about him, and how he had to face the stress of being a police officer, as well as dealing with his own religious beliefs. I'd also like to mention Tom Skeritt. He was the voice of Matt. I like Tom's music, and I think he is a talented person. I'd also like to mention his chemistry with Cooper, and how great it was. All in all, a brilliant movie, and a very good adaptation. There's no question that I would recommend this film to any and all fans of the sport.
Friday, 29 May 2020 01:45

I loved this film. I absolutely loved it. I am just writing this because this movie is so iconic that it's hard to capture the essence of what it felt like to be there in that moment. You could actually make a documentary about this. I think the main reason that it's so well-known is because it's really an authentic portrayal of what it must have been like to be a young black boy in '60's America. I saw it recently and thought it was so authentic. The dialogue, the style, the feel of the production. The acting. It's the rare film where it's better to see it in black and white, because you can actually see and hear how the actors did their best work. A lot of the stuff they said is so real. When they were arguing, I really could see how it must have sounded. The only thing that I didn't like was the way the screen was shot. I would like to see it in black and white. A lot of the scenes were well-lit, but the way it was shot, it seemed like the dark was just a dreary, dull shot. The way it was shot made it seem like it was dark, but there were only so many shots of the actors in it. I think I'd like to see it again, but not as bright as I remember it. I'd also like to see it in dolby. That might be hard. But I can definitely see how it would be good in dolby, especially with the crisp, dark feel that it's supposed to have. And I do like the way that it was shot. If you can't tell, I'm about the only person out of the people I know who thinks the movie is amazing. I just can't imagine anyone else liking this film, except maybe my uncle.


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