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Movie Review – Big George Foreman: The Miraculous Story of the Once and Future Heavyweight Champion of the World

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This feels a little more like something that should have been streaming than making it to theaters. It’s not bad. The production quality is adequate. The acting was fine. It maybe could have been a tad shorter, but it didn’t feel too overly long.

It’s just an average movie. Not good, not bad. Just something to watch.

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I’m not going to bore you with trying to come up with anything more to say. Oh, except that I liked Sullivan Jones as Muhammad Ali. I could have watched more of him. In fact, I wish they would have made this movie about their friendship. Maybe for another day.

Grade: C

About The Peetimes: It was surprisingly hard to find good Peetimes. I think the first two are pretty good; neither of them has any faith-based scenes. But the last Peetime ends with an emotional faith-based scene.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Big George Foreman: The Miraculous Story of the Once and Future Heavyweight Champion of the World.

Rated: (N/A) Some Sports Violence
Genres: Biography, Drama, Sport
Starring: Khris Davis, Jasmine Mathews, Sullivan Jones
Director: George Tillman Jr.
Writer(s): Frank Baldwin, George Tillman Jr., Dan Gordon
Language: English
Country: United States

Follow the remarkable life and times of Foreman, from Olympic Gold medalist to World Heavyweight champion, the Rumble in the Jungle fight with Muhammad Ali in Zaire, to finding his faith, retiring, and becoming a preacher. When financial hardship hits his family and church, he steps back in the ring and regains the championship at age 45, becoming the oldest heavyweight champion in boxing history.

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