I always thought some of the actual boxing scenes look a bit shit in that. I know they are actors playing boxers but some of it looks really unnatural. Still a great film though.Raging Bull, another one I've not seen in years, brilliant film, well paced and great performances, possibly De Niro's best(either that or Taxi Driver). I love how well the boxing scenes are shot especially one of the Robinson bouts where you see the heat haze, the detail is astonishing especially when you consider Scorcese had and still has no interest in boxing.
I've been trying to decide to watch it or not. Good reviewBohemian Rhapsody - perfectly okay feel-good movie aimed at a large audience with a superb Rami Malek, not much to discuss really, it's a fan favorite for a reason. Just know what it ain't: a Queen biopic cause it puts Freddie Mercury in the front, back and middle (like The Doors, hardly giving the whole band justice). And it's an ordinary Hollywood style movie with all the right boxes checked (be tolerant of ppl. with different heritage and sexual orientation), with nice music. What it completely lacks is the heart pumping swag of Queen & Mercury that shines through the excellent concert documentary Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest - for the family, the biopic is a well-rounded tale, but for the fans: stick with the real footage.