Transcript for Insomniac Theater: 'Hands of Stone' and 'Southside With You'
Every Saturday act hitter this comes a little summer history lesson. Yes there were gonna start with hands of stone it's a story of legendary boxer for Burke and Iran he grew up in for Panama and rose to win. Five major world titles in four weight classes Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramirez. Please ran a remark Robert dinero flees his trainer. Three more will choose anyone else. We'll. Check give us. The bird from the ring and changed my life. I want to give me your best trainer in the history of boxing great out of state. Coming on what America. I know he loved us so eventually the movie chronicles ransom showdowns and lifted Sugar Ray Leonard played by Usher Raymond. Including the famous no must incidence. The judges harshly giving it up 40% splat on rotten tomatoes right he says it's hard to escape the feeling that you're watching routinely conceived rather generic boxing flick. Cops and the San Francisco Chronicle's critic calls it the film that can't decide whether it wants to be raging bull or remember the titans in the end it's a little. Too much of both. Right next to south side with you it's set in the summer of 1989 in Chicago where young Barack Obama goes out for the first time with the young Michelle Robinson. The future president is played by Parker's lawyers in the future First Lady and buy tickets Sumpter. Before young Brock shows up late then Michelle tells her parents they are not going on a date. In a car. Keep this summer associate at told Dell about the whining from Harvard law I mention that works legal ease. He invited into the immediate effect the car. Yet that doesn't get more romantic than broken plumbing so this is blues and they Barack Obama. Brought over. Where's that it did eventually learn his name in the interests of the country in the world and his middle name that's it with you gets planning votes 92%. On rotten tomatoes. Time magazine interview they're says quote as a work of imagination inspired by fact the film schindler's with warmth. And Jake Coyle the Associated Press calls it nuanced and charming. Adding it's a sunny strolling Odyssey through African American life in 1989. So decent movie against sounds like 92% in 2000 that's impressive this summer's been rough for movies and you're great and sounds good to. Kansas home and that's 40% to yet doing really well just says it escapes your beer. News. Aaron.
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