Universal Pictures | Release Date: June 3, 2005
8.5
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Universal acclaim based on 373 Ratings
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Mixed:
9
Negative:
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ClintH.Jun 10, 2005
Dissapointing, cliiched, predictable.
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T.M.Jun 20, 2005
I give this film a 6 for the acting of Crowe and Giamatti, the cinematography, the costumes, and the art direction. Otherwise, it was a disappointment. Crowe needs to break off with his buddy Ron Howard and find a director who makes more I give this film a 6 for the acting of Crowe and Giamatti, the cinematography, the costumes, and the art direction. Otherwise, it was a disappointment. Crowe needs to break off with his buddy Ron Howard and find a director who makes more realistic, nuanced films. This film was a manipulative, cornball cliche-fest from beginning to end. Especially ludicrous was its portrayal of Braddock as a near-saint and Max Baer as a one-dimensional creep. I'm a huge Crowe fan, but ... sigh ... I'll try to forget this one and hope his next project will be more worthy of his talent. Expand
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RyanM.May 29, 2005
"Cinderella Man" manages to tell an interesting story uninterestingly. It's a boring, overlong, by-the numbers boxing movie with a great score, great photography, and one great performance by Paul Giamatti.
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