Based on a true story: a boxer known as "The Pazmanian Devil" Miles Teller wins two world championship titles, but nearly dies in a massive automobile accident. Left with a broken neck, he goes against doctor's orders and works tirelessly with a well-known trainer Aaron Eckhart for a comeback bout. Directed by Ben Younger.
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Common Sense says
Miles Teller is exceptional as Vinny Paz. However, all his focus is on boxing above everything. Starting in , Vinny is in his mid 20s living with his Italian family in Providence, Rhode Island. He struggles to make the weight as a lightweight boxer. Kevin encourages Vinny to jump classes and fight as a junior middleweight boxer. Though a risky move, Vinny does this and ends up winning a title. Sadly, though, not long after winning, Vinny is in a car accident that breaks his neck, and the doctors fear he may never walk again. Instead of fusing his neck surgically, Vinny decides to wear a metal brace called the Halo for six months that screws into his skull with four bolts, to allow his neck to heal and keep his dream alive of one day fighting again.
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