Product Tag - Boxing

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    Goat (2015)

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    Goat (2015)

    Peter “Koza” Baláz is a former Olympic boxer. He and his partner, Misa, live in a dilapidated housing estate, constantly struggling to make ends meet. Misa learns that she is expecting a child and decides to terminate her pregnancy. In order to earn some much-needed cash and possibly change Misa’s mind. He and his manager Zvonko embark on a “tour”, where success is not measured in victories, but in the amount of blows that Koza can take.

    $15.00
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    Sweet Lorraine (2015)

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    Sweet Lorraine (2015)

    The double life of Methodist minister’s wife catches up to her, as her husband campaigns for Mayor in a small New Jersey town.

    $15.00
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    Standing8 (2015)

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    Standing8 (2015)

    Abdul was raised to fight and win; but when he kills an opponent in the ring chasing the title, he must confront his greatest enemy – himself.

    $15.00
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    Joe Tomorrow (2015)

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    Joe Tomorrow (2015)

    This documentary film directed by Junji Sakamoto (debut in boxing movie Dotsuitarunen), follows legendary boxing champ Joichiro Tatsuyoshi over 20 years. Narrated by actor Etsushi Toyokawa.

    $25.00
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    Chasing Tyson (2015)

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    Chasing Tyson (2015)

    With his outsized personality and ferocious punches, Mike Tyson cast a commanding shadow over boxing in the 1980s and ’90s. Meanwhile, Evander Holyfield endured years of delay for the opportunity to take down Tyson. The prevailing view of the mild-mannered Holyfield was that he was a journeyman – the heavyweight champion, but never a truly great one. Though Holyfield dramatically lost and recaptured the heavyweight crown, and then lost it again, even he understood that his career would ultimately be defined by how he stood up to Tyson – if he ever got his chance. By the time of their much-hyped and oft-delayed heavyweight title bout in November of 1996, Holyfield was 34 and considered past his prime. Four years younger, Tyson was heavily favored to be standing over another meek and easily vanquished opponent at the end. Instead, we got two of the sport’s most memorable fights – but for very different reasons.

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    Oxford Gardens (2015)

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    Oxford Gardens (2015)

    Julius is a down-on-his-luck ex-boxer in search of redemption…Munachi is a pretty, bubbly young girl with a dark secret. Their chance meeting on a park bench in Oxford Gardens one summer afternoon sets in motion an unlikely friendship and an uplifting journey through their respective fears; and through hope, faith, and love; to a stoic acceptance of whatever life throws at them.

    $15.00
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    Rumble (2016)

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    Rumble (2016)

    A deaf boxer must decide whether to give up the sport he loves in favour of an operation that could allow him to hear for the first time.

    $15.00
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    Namibia: The Cuban Female Boxing Revolution (2016)

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    Namibia: The Cuban Female Boxing Revolution (2016)

    In a new short film, Namibia: Cuba’s Female Boxing Revolution, Stockholm-based director Maceo Frost captures the tireless battle of Namibia Flores Rodriguez, the only known female boxer in the Caribbean nation. Training at Havana’s Rafael Trejo arena in defiance of the ban, the athlete undertakes the same unrelenting regime as her male counterparts—running the same circuits, lifting the same truck tires—but without the hope that she might one day represent her country.

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    Back in the Day (2016)

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    Back in the Day (2016)

    A young boxer is taken under the wing of a mob boss after his mother dies and his father is run out of town for being an abusive alcoholic.

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    Shah (2015)

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    Shah (2015)

    The film is based on the journey of Pakistani Olympian boxer Hussain Shah who started his life on the streets of Lyari, Karachi as a homeless child and went on to dominate Asian boxing for nearly a decade. He became the only boxer of Pakistan history to win an Olympic medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics but was afterwards forgotten by public and media alike.

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    Jawbone DVD 2017 (Original)

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    Jawbone DVD 2017 (Original)

    A former youth boxing champion, Jimmy McCabe is a man in search of hope but looking in all the wrong places. When he hits rock bottom he turns to his childhood boxing club and the only family he has left: gym owner Bill corner man Eddie and promoter Joe. Back in training, years after anyone thought he was a contender, he risks his life, as he tries to stand tall and regain his place in the world.
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    Region: 2
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    $31.99
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    Celebrity DVD 1997 (Original)

    “After eight years as a gagman for Mack Sennett and Hal Roach, Garnett graduated to directing with this remarkably assured character comedy, with Robert Armstrong (King Kong) as a prizefighter who poses as a poet as a publicity ploy. As an actress hired to impersonate his high-class love interest, Lina Basquette can’t help falling for the big lug, leading to an elegantly understated climax.” – MoMA
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    Region: 2
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    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $20.99
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