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  1. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    There has been many boxing sports movies but there has seldom been a film more human and believable like this one and where any punch has enormous consequence. It is a complex drama that actually dares to change the entire premise of the film halfway into it as well turning from boxing movie to pure drama. Clint Eastwood do one of his most emotional roles and the ending leave a mental knockdown on the viewer itself.

  2. Stein Ove Lien's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  3. Vince Wynne's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    A hopeful and heartwarming underdog story that will leave you emotionally exhausted by the end. It's really good.

  4. Kat Parada's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  5. ali di pollo's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    ma quindi Clint ha un cuore?

  6. Z's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Lovely, poetic, sweet, simple and true. Hillary Swank gives a physically and emotionally committed performance imbuing the film with an agile, grounded gut punch. Eastwood's measured yet jazzy rhythms lend the piece a solid, quiet dramatic weight. This is a film about life, the many blows we all weather to get through it, find inner strength and define it's meaning on our own terms. A scrappy, sad, powerful lament.

  7. Bruno's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Quem lhe não desligaria as máquinas? Uma última dignidade, estava talhada a vida triste para a morte triste, prosaica elegia

  8. redux's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Boxing gloves! Pie fillings of the non-canned kind! Oscar-worthy sentimental voiceovers! It's life itself!

  9. Scott Dubin's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Starts off as a fun boxing movie, really don't get the appeal of the super depressing ending.

  10. Sara Lucas's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  11. Philippe P. Marchetti's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  12. Séon Kim's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  13. soymilky's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Good story, really emotional but the ending felt weirdly rushed and sudden

  14. yovargas's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    90 *dreadfully* dull minutes of endless boxing movie cliches followed by a sudden swerve into weepy Lifetime-movie sappiness for the last 3rd. Minus that sudden twist, every bit of this feels by-the-numbers formulaic. There's hardly an honest moment in the whole thing and its switch to a tragic tale feels absurdly contrived. Drab, dull, lethargic, and false. It gets a D-.

  15. Amjack's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  16. ceknklsn's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  17. L'immoralistee's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  18. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    ***1/2 Struggle, grace, nobility in a depleted world (urban, this time) presented with confident understatement. But then Eastwood (so fine, as an actor, opposite the perfectly complementary Swank) and Haggis stoop to caricature in an awful telegraphing of a pathetically simplistic, long-discredited bootstrap mythology -- an ineffably compromising stain they allow to seep all over the grace they touch elsewhere.

  19. Laura G.'s rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    "Some wounds are too deep or close to the bone and no matter how hard you work at it, you just cant stop the bleeding."

  20. gigiandzack's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  21. surgery-ethic's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  22. Gabriele Mariotti's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

  23. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Seen again last night. Seems to me that the last part after the accident is a little bit too long, too formatted for the Oscars. But, all in all, Million Dollar Baby passes the test of time. Highly recommended.

  24. film_lies101's rating of the film Million Dollar Baby

    Unnecessary voiceover, generic archetypes, and the story is something out of screenwriting 101 (though the ending did feel somewhat fresh). Clint plays a boring, grizzled bastard that has played for the past 80 years (real life and in films). This nero actually talks to a fucking bed in this movie! The church scenes are absolutely fucking pointless. Freeman is utterly wasted and Swank is pleasant.

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