I Am Ali


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Mike Tyson as Himself
Tom Jones as Himself
Jim Brown as Himself
Muhammad Ali as Himself
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MrAkimbo 7 / 10

Priceless footage for the devote fans.....

Where do you begin assessing such an individuals inspirational story?

Browse any bookshops, any DVD store and the titles devoted to Ali stretch and stretch. There will be always be people who will disaffect themselves from his achievements. They will point to his infidelity. How a man who converted to the Islamic faith was also a skirt chasing womaniser. Granted, the negatives will say his boxing genius is undeniable, but they will cancel any semblance of his skills by attributing and highlighting his less than perfect outside boxing antics and rank him undeserving of the majority who consider him an amazing person.

I'm a fan of boxing. I enjoyed the unseen footage we have here. Clips, family interviews, and other footage has been assembled to show a personal side of Ali - in particular reference to his family life - a major highlight are the archived audio recordings between Ali and his young children.

Ali was a victim of circumstance. He came along in the glitz and revolution of the 60's, and took the boxing world by storm. There have been other colourful characters in boxing history - Ali though was wildly different. A firework personality whilst his peers stuck to the persona of being a boxer and nothing else. When the events unfolded (his Vietnam draft) he stood firm to his beliefs and with an unbreakable confidence eventually, aided by the sea-change of thought against the Vietnam War, overcame the situation. It was the 60's a time of cultural and irrevocable change.

Love him? Loathe him?

He never withered in the face of extreme criticism. I admire him for that. From the beginning he set out to conquer the boxing world - the adoration, the mythic status afforded to him, unexplainable, but who hasn't met somebody in their lifetime who commands a special kind of attraction by virtue of their charisma.

If you're a fan of pugilism,, then watch this, as it demonstrates why Ali was a grade 11 in athletic prowess when most champions were blessed to reach a grade 8, 9, if they were considered exceptional. All stars shine in the universe, Ali was the universe when it came to boxing.

A movie buff will appreciate this film. It is a well made documentary. At times very moving, funny, and always informative with the rare unseen footage moments.

'Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them', Shakespeare said.

Ali has led an extraordinary life. In fact many might say he is has achieved all three of what the bard wrote about 'greatness'.

Reviewed by Mano Well 8 / 10

Great Value

Of course some can argue whether Ali was that so great or not (each one has your own conclusion), but the main point here is that this is really a very good movie and worth to be watched.

The movie is very educational for those who just arrived from Mars and know nothing about that remarkable character, and very enjoyable to the ones already familiar with Ali's career. Whatever it is your case, the movie will catch your attention by covering some important moments of Ali's career mixed with some of his personal life.

Throughout the film, there are testimonies of people who were present in the life of Muhammad Ali during his time as a great heavyweight fighter in boxing. This includes coaches, editors, journalists and family members, describing memorable passages of the life of Ali at that time.

Beyond that, there is no way to deny he was one of the greatest figures from the past century, far beyond the sport scenario, and with a great story above all.

Reviewed by Basil Grant 10 / 10

A moving tribute to a legend of our time

I guess I'm biased because I regard Mohamad Ali as a role model and look up to him. The movie is a stripped back revelation of not only why people like me respect Ali but reveals his controversial episodes, his infidelity, which doesn't detract from his loving nature toward all family members and that love is clearly reciprocated. We are privileged to be granted access to numerous recordings of conversations he had with his kids over the telephone which were seemingly whilst he was away from them giving us a sense that he didn't wish to be absent but was, making his story all the more touching. His boxing peers and rivals all respect him and bow to the fact that he was probably the greatest of all time, but not just as a fighter, but as a human being, if you love Mohamad Ali, this movie will make you cry as much as his antics will bring you joy and make you laugh, this is about a real person, and that's why the tears are so real also, a movie to own on Blu Ray, God bless him, for me, best new film I've seen in a long time.

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