Hands of Stone Synopsis
HANDS OF STONE follows the life of Roberto Duran (Edgar Ramirez), the Panamanian fighter who made his professional debut in 1968 as a 16 year-old and retired in 2002 at the age of 50.
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Movie Reviews

Excellent bio of Duran

By rw227
This is an exceptionally well-done biographical account of the coming of age and professional life of Roberto Duran. Great insight into the Panamanian boxer who rose to the pinnacle of the...


By enriquesol
A true fighter...my favorite brawler of all time!!!...

No mas?????

By ccsheriff
could have shown more of his comeback but good...

Hands of Stone

By tlp4
Very in depth based on a true story movie!!!!!!!!! I loved the acting, the writing, and the boxing film sequences, which were phenomenal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I never knew the backstory of the two main...

Love it!

By sabrenasanders
Great movie! The storyline was great for what's going on in the world now. Duran was a honorable prideful man, who had his faults but he had morals and determination. I love that him and Sugar...

A Must See

By carmjack612
An all star cast that performed exceptionally well. I bet it sparked a group of people as well new & younger generation of people to research the history of this Monumental fight. it revitalized &...

Would see it again!

By marvinharbour5202016290
I was skeptical at first after seeing that Usher was apart of the cast. However the entire movie (Usher included) was great!...

Hands of Stone 5 star

By Ladybug916932016560
Robert DeNairo is worth considering for an Oscar in this. Roberto Duran unfortunately hates this Country so much with all the politics. The acting was very well done. It kept my interest thru out the...

What a movie!!!!

By jdewhartjr
I truly enjoyed this movie and it had so many real life emotions throughout the entire movie. There were scenes of action, joy, sorrow, excitement, passions, compassion, love, hate, competition, and...

great movie

By lexibrecy1
good historic movie beginning to end must see...

More Info

Rated R | For Language Throughout and Some Sexuality/Nudity
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Well-made biopic has nudity, boxing violence, language.
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