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Nolan's Pop Culture Review

November 11, 2004

Voight is fine as boxer on a comeback, but Ricky Schroeder steals the film. I dare you not to cry!
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

August 21, 2003

Seek out the 1931 King Vidor version.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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August 21, 2010

Zeffirelli's inferior remake to King Vidor's 1932 classic, starring Jon Voight in the Oscar-winning role that Wallace Beery had originated, is a manipulative tear-jerking melodrama.
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Henderson Home News (Henderson, NV)

February 19, 2003

Great performance from Jon Voight and Rick Schroeder
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Kansas City Kansan

January 04, 2005

Pale remake of Wally Berry classic.
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Film4
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May 24, 2003

Even more of a tear-jerker than the 1931 version of the same story, there is not a dry eye on the screen.
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Chicago Reader
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April 01, 2007

The tear-jerking is so determined and persistent that your ducts feel as if they'd been worked over with a catheter.
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FilmsInReview.com

February 13, 2004

I admit it. I cried.
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TV Guide
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April 01, 2007

The original film took 85 minutes, this one 121; the extra length has not improved the story.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

A pointless update of King Vidor's '30s weepie.
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Denver Post
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April 01, 2007

A three-alarm, three-hanky movie of the highest order, perfect for your kids who don't get to see many truly sad films.
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New York Times

May 09, 2005

The most offputting thing about such canny, tear-stained movies as The Champ is not their naïveté but their unholy sophistication. These movies don't mean to deal with the world as it really is, but as it should be.
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