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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 116

Budget: $25,000,000

Revenue: $129,100,000

Language: en

Webpage: Link

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  •  R

  • 2010-12-17
     -

  • 2011-02-04
     15

  • 2011-02-10
     11

  • 2011-02-11
     11

  • 2011-02-23
     Е16

  • 2011-02-23
     16+

  • 2011-03-04
     -

  • 2011-03-09
     -

  • 2011-04-07
     12

Plot Keywords

Alternative Titles

  • Taistelija
  • Fighter
  • 燃烧斗魂
  • 燃燒鬥魂
  • Fighter, The
Content Score: 100

(2010)

6.8/10 (561 votes)

Overview

The Fighter, is a drama about boxer "Irish" Micky Ward's unlikely road to the world light welterweight title. His Rocky-like rise was shepherded by half-brother Dicky, a boxer-turned-trainer who rebounded in life after nearly being KO'd by drugs and crime.

Tagline

Every dream deserves a fighting chance.

Crew

Director: David O. Russell
Writers: , ,

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Cast

Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg
as Micky Ward

Christian Bale

Christian Bale
as Dick "Dicky" Eklund

Amy Adams

Amy Adams
as Charlene Fleming

Melissa Leo

Melissa Leo
as Alice Eklund-Ward

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A review by brekkil

Two brothers. Two fighters. One has had his time and his now a junkie - Dicky (Christian Bale), and the other is in the shape of his life, with his career ahead of him - Micky (Mark Wahlberg). The two love eachother, but one is on his way up, and the other is on his way down. Lets just say, it is not without problems. This is based on a true story, btw, and we see the two brothers by the credits (lovely idea, and also shows us how true the actors are to the real brothers).

The story is centered around Micky, but we also get a lot of insight into his crazy family, which consists of a mad and... read the rest.

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