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Not surprisingly, given his profound significance, there is no shortage of material about Muhammad Ali on film. What marks this documentary out is its unprecedented access to Ali’s journals, as well as intimate interviews with those closest to him and other legends of the boxing ring, providing unusually stark insight into his personal as well as public life. Covering the period from the then Cassius Clay first picking up some boxing gloves, to Ali’s final fight in 1981, the film captures the man’s courage, wit, grace and extraordinary charisma. An engaging (if one-sided) introductory piece for those unfamiliar with the legendary boxer.
This outstanding documentary investigates September 15, 1963 - the day a bomb exploded inside an American church that had an all-black congregation.
11+ years 102 mins
Bold and brash, frenzied yet graceful biopic of Muhammad Ali.
14+ years 150 mins
Acclaimed documentary about two teenagers from Chicago pursuing their goal of becoming professional basketball players.
11+ years 170 mins
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