Max Schmeling - Fist Of The Reich details
|Starring:||Susanne Wuest, Arved Birnbaum, Heino Ferch, Vladimir Weigl, Henry Maske, Yoan Pablo Hernandez|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure - Martial Arts, Drama - War, Sport - Boxing, World Cinema - Japanese|
Max Schmeling - Fist Of The Reich
|Run time:||2 hours 3 minutes|
|Rental release:||16 May 2011|
|Main languages:||English, German|
Most helpful review
BOXER REBELLIONBy pascanal (4 reviews) from woking , 26 May 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]Yes i did enjoy this film, although there could have been more about his life in the airborne, having said that , a good film for boxing afficianados.
Decent BiopicBy a customer , 26 Mar 2012Decent Bio film. The cover is deceptive. Before this I knew nothing about this man, one of the few that knocked out the great Joe Louis.
A respectful treatmentBy TimBeckerley (43 reviews) from London , 09 Sep 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]Interesting piece. Henry Maske looks and sounds just like Schwarzanegger - sadly, he has the same woodenness in acting.
The direction is somewhat pedestrian given the subject matter (this is no RAGING BULL) and feels a little like a TV movie. I was surprised when Uwe Boll's name came up.
That said, it's a respectful treatment of a remarkable individual, particularly his personal integrity throughout the Third Reich years.
Schwarzenegger school of acting, hello?!By jesuskenevil (245 reviews) from Bruton , 06 Jun 2011Maske's performance of Max Schmeling is straight from the Schwarzenegger school of acting, lumpen, child-like but faintly endearing. The weighty subject matter is obviously dealt with and the whole thing has the feel of a tv movie and even the boxing scenes are sluggish. Boo!
BOXER REBELLIONBy pascanal (4 reviews) from woking , 26 May 2011Yes i did enjoy this film, although there could have been more about his life in the airborne, having said that , a good film for boxing afficianados.
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