Before he became one of the world's greatest boxers, Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao was a young boy living a hand-to-mouth existence, trying to survive from one day to the next. When he ...
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Before he became one of the world's greatest boxers, Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao was a young boy living a hand-to-mouth existence, trying to survive from one day to the next. When he discovers his natural talent for boxing, he embarks on a brutal and intense journey that takes him from the mountains of the Philippines to the streets of Manila, and must risk everything to become a champion - for himself, his family, and his country.Written by
Life of Manny Pacquiao as he holds the nickname Kid Kulafu.
A lot of things are shockingly executed, amazing cinematography (just a lot of confusing shaky cam in fight scenes), fresh score (since most of Filipino movies score are recycled especially Romance Movies) the acting especially well portrayed by Robert Villar, Alessandra De Rossi and Cesar Montano. When they use our Cebuano accent, they got it like they live in General Santos. It can be the first dark sports film of FIlipinos and this is an example of the untold story. Conclusion, way more better, more mature and more believable than Pacquiao: The Movie of 2006 and a must watch to all FIlipinos. Out of 10 Direction: 8 Screenplay: 10 Score: 10 Editing: 8 Cinematography: 9 Story/Content: 9
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