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This rousingly sweet little flick is certainly nothing to go out of your way to avoid.
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Despite the hackneyed script by John Posey, Legendary is not without merit, and the story works fairly successfully as a family drama between Cal, Mike and their single mother, played by the dependable Patricia Clarkson. Read full review
Legendary is a soap opera with steroids. Read full review
It's almost offensive that Danny Glover is relegated to playing the mysterious old confidante who haunts the same fishing hole as Cal. By the time Glover's character delivers the homily, Legendary is pinned to the mat. Read full review
For a movie with a star wrestler at the center of it, Legendary doesn't pack much of a punch. Read full review
Legendary is so intent on paying heartfelt tribute to dogged young athletes that it neglects basic story needs. Read full review
A well-meaning dud. Read full review
A by-the-numbers sports drama with a death grip on clichés and acting every bit as flat as the mat, seems unlikely to draw much of a crowd. Read full review
You'll come away from Legendary with no sense of what amateur wrestling is about. Read full review
Most of the acting is amateurish at best, and the tone is vintage "Afterschool Special." But it does aim to be family-friendly, and at least it succeeds there.
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