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8 thoughts on “ The Wrestler ”

  1. Teshicage says:
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  2. JoJotaur says:
    The Wrestler, the soundtrack for 's Darren Aronofsky film of the same name (aka Mickey Rourke 's Big Redemption), might also be considered a solid sampler for s hair metal.5/
  3. Akinoll says:
    Jan 15,  · The Wrestler runs on what are admittedly pretty traditional lines for a sports film, yet runs on them with exhilarating speed and attack. I was waiting for a cop-out ending, but it never arrived.
  4. JoJot says:
    Dec 23,  · "The Wrestler" is about a man who can do one thing well, and keeps on doing it because of need, weary skill and pride. He wrestles for a living. Pro wrestling is a fake sport, right? Yes, but as an activity, it's pretty real.
  5. Vudal says:
    "The Wrestler" has garnered huge award buzz for its comeback star Mickey Rourke, but Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei's turn as a stripper has earned her a Golden Globe nomination as well. Tomei plays Cassidy, the love interest of Rourke's Randy "The Ram" Robinson.
  6. Vijin says:
    Dec 17,  · The Wrestler is one of those rare, perfect films. It excels on every level of film making, and tells the haunting story of a man faced with his own mortality, and the conflict between the world inside and outside of the ring. Mickey Rourke gives a career defining performance, and his costars The Wrestler is one of those rare, perfect films. It 80%(36).
  7. Doutaxe says:
    The Wrestler is a drama film written by Robert D. Siegel and directed by Darren Aronofsky. The story follows Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke), a professional wrestler 20 years past his prime, working match to match and part-time at a supermarket to pay his bills.
  8. Faukazahn says:
    Dec 17,  · One of the best American films of , The Wrestler is a brilliant, heartfelt, and unsentimental drama anchored by an incredible performance from Rourke as a washed-up athlete. Rourke's Randy relies on past glories, a part-time job at the grocery store, and massive doses of steroids to keep his bills paid and his career going.5/5.

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