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Cardboard BoxerA homeless man on skid row finds himself the subject of privileged teens who use their wealth to have the homeless fight each other. Stuck in a violent world he doesn't fully understand, he finds solace when he discovers the discarded diary of a troubled young girl.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 88 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 6.4Keywords:
Actors of "Cardboard Boxer"
Directors of "Cardboard Boxer"Knate Lee
Creators of "Cardboard Boxer"Knate Lee
Critic Reviews of "Cardboard Boxer"Hollywood ReporterDecember 11, 2016
Delivering a fully committed, moving performance, Thomas Haden Church makes you pay attention to a figure you would otherwise pass by without a second thought.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 15, 2016
Gritty authenticity goes up against cloying pathos - with the latter unfortunately emerging victorious - in the skid row drama "Cardboard Boxer."New York TimesSeptember 15, 2016
Mr. Lee, straining, ends up delivering a sentimentalism that undermines Mr. Church's performance and this film's promise.Village VoiceSeptember 14, 2016
By emphasizing the uglier aspects of his most complex character, Lee turns an otherwise down-to-earth slice-of-life drama into an unconvincing morality play.Fort Worth WeeklySeptember 29, 2016
You should always be suspicious of homeless dramas that star Oscar-nominated Hollywood actors.Under the RadarSeptember 29, 2016
Disparate elements aren't enough to render Cardboard Boxer two films in one, but one film with a decisive and deep schism within.We Got This CoveredSeptember 17, 2016
Cardboard Boxer is an underdog fighter that, despite its considerate and often good performances, often finds its punches pulled. It's a shame, too, because it could've been a knockout.Film Journal InternationalSeptember 15, 2016
Emotionally powerful, unsentimental drama of a homeless man in downtown L.A., built around a subtle and heartbreaking performance by Thomas Haden Church.
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