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Resurrecting the Champ - Wikipedia


Resurrecting the Champ is a 2007 American drama sports film directed by Rod Lurie. The storyline was conceived from a screenplay written by Michael Bortman  ...

Resurrecting the Champ (2007) - Rotten Tomatoes


Critics Consensus: While sluggish in spots, Resurrecting the Champ is a sports/ newsroom drama elevated by high-caliber performances by Samuel Jackson, ...

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Jul 2, 2007 ... Theatrical Trailer for Resurrecting the Champ. Struggling sports reporter Erik Kernan(Josh Hartnett) encounters a homeless man who calls ...

Resurrecting the Champ Movie Review (2007) | Roger Ebert


Aug 23, 2007 ... In Rod Lurie's "Resurrecting the Champ," a sportswriter stumbles on the story of a Skid Row drunk who used to be a contender. Erik (Josh ...

Resurrecting The Champ - latimes


May 4, 1997 ... If Bob Satterfield Packed One of the Greatest Punches of All Time, How Did He End Up on the Streets of Santa Ana? Retracing the Boxer's Path ...

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Resurrecting the Champ - Movies - Review - The New York Times


Aug 24, 2007 ... Josh Hartnett, left, with Dakota Goyo and Samuel L. Jackson in “Resurrecting the Champ,” about a writer and a faded boxer. Credit Yari Film.

Resurrecting The Champ | CINEMABLEND


An hour and a half long movie trapped in a two hour running time, Resurrecting the Champ's key problem is that it tries too hard to pack in too much. The film ...

Story lacks ring of truth - NY Daily News - New York Daily News


Aug 24, 2007 ... Jack Mathews: "Ironic" is a word that crops up more than once in Rod Lurie's ethically challenged "Resurrecting the Champ." What is irony if not ...