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Olympic Gold Medal-winning wrestler Mark Schultz (Tatum) sees a way out from the shadow of his more celebrated wrestling brother Dave (Ruffalo) and a life of poverty when he is summoned by eccentric...  View more >

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Jan 29, 2015
"Foxcatcer" is no ordinary sports movie. It didn't even come close. It's a thriller which is based on a true story, which centers around the training of the 1988 Olympics, which results in murder. What leads up to it's murder is a compelling tale of two brothers played by Channing Tatun and Mark Ruffalo who are on the wrestling team for the American team. the farm on which they trained is own by John E. du Pont played by Steve Carrell in another dramatic turn. Earlier in the film Channing who plays one of the brothers is brtough under the wing of de Pont and strikes up a strong relationship. But when Channing enter the picture, the tone of the film has compelety changed. Which leads to a violent end. People are talking about Steve Carell (with that heavy makeup) and Mark Ruffalo's performance, but the biggest credit should go to Channing Tatum. I appeared in Action movies and comedies. this is his first serious role and he can handle his role very well. This movie is brilliantly made. Directed by Bennett Miller, this movie has taken us the audience though the events that led up to the events in the end of the movie. It didn't get nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, but it should. Eight nominations for Best Picture just doesn't cut it.

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