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    The film centers on Johnny Kovak who is a trucker for a big company. He takes part in union organizing for Mike Monahan. One day, Mike is murdered by company thugs, but Jone uncovers an important secret. What will happen?
    Duration: 145 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1978
    IMDb: 6.5
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  • Actors of "F.I.S.T"

  • Characters of "F.I.S.T"

    Johnny Kovak. Character of F.I.S.T
    Bob Wilson. Character of F.I.S.T
    Played by: Jack Slate
  • Directors of "F.I.S.T"

    Norman Jewison. Director of F.I.S.T
    Norman Jewison
    Birthdate: 21 July 1926, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Creators of "F.I.S.T"

    Joe Eszterhas. Director of F.I.S.T
    Joe Eszterhas
    Birthdate: 23 November 1944, Csakanydoroszlo, Hungary
  • Critic Reviews of "F.I.S.T"

    TIME Magazine
    March 25, 2013

    F.I.S.T. stands for nearly 2 1/2 hours of almost unmitigated boredom-a misfired would-be proletarian epic with Sylvester Stallone misplaying the Jimmy Hoffa part with a self-confidence that borders on the sublime.

    March 25, 2013

    F.I.S.T. is to the labor movement in the United States what All the King's Men was to an era in American politics.

    Time Out
    March 25, 2013

    Stallone's performance is a superb blend of stubborn-jawed gravity and ironic hamming.

    New York Times
    May 09, 2005

    F.I.S.T. is a big movie that benefits more from the accumulation of small, ordinary detail than from any particular wit or inspiration of vision. It's also played with great conviction by its huge cast.

    The Dissolve
    February 09, 2015

    F.I.S.T. is another in a long line of well-made films that excel in their particulars, even if they fall a little short as complete, complex pieces of cinema.

    TV Guide
    March 25, 2013

    Stallone likes to depart from his customary muscle image from time to time. Often it fails, but sometimes he succeeds, as in this interesting (albeit somewhat flawed) drama of a Hoffa-like trade union leader.
    November 03, 2007

    So-so Sly Stallone as labor leader (like Hoffa). Diversion at best.
    December 05, 2005

    You'll most likely enjoy F.I.S.T. as much as I did: enough to casually recommend the thing, but not all that loudly or excitedly.

    May 24, 2003

    It is well-trodden territory, with nothing exciting or enlightening offered.

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