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Hands of StoneAt age 72, legendary trainer Ray Arcel (Robert De Niro) comes out of retirement to coach world-class Panamanian boxer Roberto Durán (Édgar Ramírez). The movie details the relationships between Duran, Ray, his wife Felicidad, manager Carlos Eleta, friend 'Chaflan' and foe Sugar Ray Leonard.
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Directors of "Hands of Stone"Jonathan JakubowiczBirthdate: 29 January 1978, Caracas, Venezuela
Creators of "Hands of Stone"Jonathan JakubowiczBirthdate: 29 January 1978, Caracas, Venezuela
Critic Reviews of "Hands of Stone"indieWireDecember 31, 2016
All this cacophony of backstory ends up being counterproductive, especially when the film tries to convey what makes this fighter worthy of tribute (or forgiveness or reconsideration, depending on your perspective).ReelViewsAugust 27, 2016
Traditional and uninspired, it does an adequate job of relating Duran's story but falls short of providing an engaging cinematic experience.San Diego ReaderAugust 27, 2016
There are some engaging asides about Arcel's struggles with boxing's dirty underbelly, but they feel like they belong to a different movie. (De Niro's superfluous and soporific voiceover, however, belongs in no movie whatsoever.)RogerEbert.comAugust 26, 2016
In trying to encompass way too much, Hands of Stone ends up feeling superficial and unsatisfying.Detroit NewsAugust 26, 2016
"Hands of Stone" is less like a boxing flick and more like a professional wrestling battle royale with all its different subplots angling for main event status.New York Daily NewsAugust 26, 2016
It's engaging, sure, with some fast-paced and capable fight sequences.Hindustan TimesJanuary 01, 2017
A hard-nosed biopic of the Panamanian prizefighter Roberto Duran, Hands of Stone is primarily a showcase for Edgar Ramirez.En FilmeDecember 20, 2016
Although the film has all the ingredients of a boxing drama, the editing isn't interesting and only offers a set of irregular images. [Full review in Spanish]Hindustan TimesDecember 08, 2016
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a sports movie in possession of a good story, must be a boxing movie.Film InquiryDecember 06, 2016
Hands of Stone is a serviceable, reasonably entertaining biopic of Roberto Durán, with first rate performances that elevate it above its pedestrian execution.Huffington PostDecember 05, 2016
Though the scenes in the ring are the equal of any, the drama progresses rather like something we have all seen before.Arkansas Democrat-GazetteNovember 15, 2016
As far as bio-pics go -- especially of still-living subjects -- we could not hope for anything more candid.
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