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Chuck (2016)

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Released Year: 2017
Runtime: 101 minutes
Genre: Biography, Drama, Sport
Directors: Philippe Falardeau
IMDB: Chuck (2016)


A drama inspired by the life of heavyweight boxer Chuck Wepner.



The Guardian - Nigel M Smith
Falardeau draws exceptional character work from his cast.
The Hollywood Reporter - Deborah Young
Falardeau, who made his mark with the Oscar-nominated teacher-student tale Monsieur Lazhar, again brings real tenderness to his portrait of a man in trouble.
Screen International - Lee Marshall
The ‘I could have been a contender’ brand of sports movie gets a twist in this tasty, if minor-key, biopic.
The Film Stage - Rory O'Connor
The Bleeder isn’t attempting to reinvent any wheels, but it is consistently gripping — slick as a skip rope and just one hell of a story.
The Playlist - Jessica Kiang
Very well-made, very sweet-natured and very, very familiar: how strange that Philippe Falardeau‘s The Bleeder, a based-in-truth film about pretty much the definition of a confrontational sport —boxing— should feel cosy as a down comforter from beginning to end.

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