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Complaints? None, except perhaps a wish for more length, and a little more depth. Read full review
Hollywood keeps turning out boxing movies. Price of Glory is the latest to step into the ring and face an increasingly no-win situation Read full review
A movie that features rich Mexican American characters and an uncompromising story line is always timely. Read full review
The movie, while heartfelt and vividly shot, takes too many rote genre turns. Read full review
Fathers and sons with problems expressing their feelings makes for a story that is universal, and that has also been done to death. Thankfully, the boxing scenes are extensive and pack the appropriate punch. Read full review
A pretty good film, acted powerfully . Read full review
Moves too slowly, running out of gas in the later rounds of the plot. Read full review
Made me feel like I was sitting in McDonald's watching some guy shout at his kids. Price of Glory gives us two hours of that behavior, and it's a miscalculation so basic that it makes the movie painful when it wants, I guess, to be touching. Read full review
A boxing movie that exists in that gray area between prototypical and typical, the quintessential and run-of-the-mill. Read full review
Stumbles over its own clumsiness until it goes down for the count. Read full review
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