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Million Dollar Baby 2004 film review


Million Dollar Baby  2004 film review

Million Dollar Baby (2004, United States)

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Running time
137 minutes
Language
English
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Our rating
★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 6 / 10

Maggie Fitzgerald dreams of winning the championship in women’s boxing. She would like to train with retired coach Dunn, who is initially reluctant, but then notices that she has a real talent and begins to work with her. Maggie begins a murderous training and in subsequent fights beats the opponents. But next fight is changing her entire life. In a duel with a German woman, and with the participation of the judge, Maggie is a seriously injured.

The film is a dramatic and unpredictable, shows in quite realistic way the boxing matches, but the most important things in this production are the great performances from leading actors. The second part of the film forces us to deeper reflection and provides exceptional emotions. The film won four Oscars and 3 nominations. In addition, raises the issue of euthanasia. Besides, directed by Clint Eastwood, who won fame as an actor mainly in action movies, but as a director is excellent.


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Creators of Million Dollar Baby


Clint Eastwood films

Clint Eastwood

director

Clint Eastwood films

Clint Eastwood

screenplay

Paul Haggis films

Paul Haggis

screenplay



Cast of Million Dollar Baby


Clint Eastwood films

Clint Eastwood

as Frankie Dunn

Hilary Swank films

Hilary Swank

as Maggie Fitzgerald

Morgan Freeman films

Morgan Freeman

as Eddie Scrap-Iron Dupris

Jay Baruchel films

Jay Baruchel

as Danger Barch

Mike Colter films

Mike Colter

as Big Willie Little

Lucia Rijker films

Lucia Rijker

as Billie "The Blue Bear"

Brian F. O’Byrne films

Brian F. O’Byrne

as Father Horvak