An ex-boxer, living with the knowledge that his fight career was cut short by a crooked manager, channels his bitter disappointment in a single-minded quest for boxing championships for his... See full summary »
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An ex-boxer, living with the knowledge that his fight career was cut short by a crooked manager, channels his bitter disappointment in a single-minded quest for boxing championships for his three sons. We see them in pee-wee Silver Glove matches with dad constantly pushing them. Ten years later, they're young men, with dad as both father and manager. A professional promoter, Nick Everson, wants to sign the boys, but dad rejects those offers. Then, in expressions of their varied relationships with their father, each son makes his own decisions. Can dad ever step aside, and can the family hold together? Written by
Price of Glory is a good film about a father who passed his boxing skills to his sons.
Price of Glory is a Movie that you wouldn't mind watching over again and again.I really like the movie because of the Actors especially Ernesto Hernandez who plays Johnny Ortega.I really recommend this movie to everyone. If you are looking for a good boxing movie or just a good movie you should watch this.
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