[ ดูREVIEWทั้งหมด ]

   

INDY MOVIE REVIEWS

 
 
   
 

The Champ (1979)

(บรรยายไทย)

 
   

Directer:Franco Zeffirelli  Producer:Dyson Lovell  Writter:Frances Marion,

Walter Newman  Music:Dave Grusin  Cinematography:Fred J. Koenekamp  

Editor:Michael J. Sheridan Running time:122 mins   Country:USA  Language:English Genre:Drama, Sport   Subtitle: English/ไทย Starring:Jon Voight: Billy Flynn ("Champ"),

Faye Dunaway: Annie, Ricky Schroder: Timothy Joseph ("T.J.") Flynn,

Jack Warden: Jackie, Joan Blondell: Dolly Kenyon

 

   


หนังตัวอย่าง:


รางวัล:Nominated for Oscar. Another 1 win & 4 nominations

Academy Awards, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1980 Nominated Oscar Best Music, Original Score
Dave Grusin 
 
Awards of the Japanese Academy
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1980 Nominated Award of the Japanese Academy Best Foreign Language Film
 
Golden Globes, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1980 Won Golden Globe New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture - Male
Ricky Schroder 
Nominated Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actor - Drama
Jon Voight 
 
Young Artist Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1980 Nominated Young Artist Award Best Juvenile Actor in a Motion Picture
Ricky Schroder 
Best Motion Picture Featuring Youth
 


The Champ is a 1979 remake, directed by Franco Zeffirelli, of the 1931 Academy Award-winning film of the same name which was directed by King Vidor. It stars Jon Voight, Faye Dunaway, and Ricky Schroder. It is also the final film for actress Joan Blondell who died from leukemia on Christmas Day eight months later.

Billy Flynn, an ex-boxing champion, is now a horse trainer in Hialeah, Florida. He makes just enough money to raise his little son T.J., who Flynn has custody of his son after his wife Annie left him seven years ago. T.J. worships "The Champ," who has gambling debts and begins working on a comeback to give his boy a better future. Suddenly Annie shows up again and wants to become a part of T.J.''s life.

Schroder won the Golden Globe Award for "Best New Male Star of the Year in a Motion Picture" at age nine for his performance as T.J. Flynn. Voight was a nominee for Best Actor but lost out to Dustin Hoffman for his role in Kramer vs. Kramer. The Champ has also been called "the saddest movie in the world", and the final scene has been used in numerous psychology experiments to elicit a strong emotional response. According to Smithsonian magazine two psychologists, Robert Levenson and James Gross, conducted a study of more than 250 movie clips, and subjected them to 500 subjects in 1988, and concluded the last three minutes of the movie, where "T.J." sees his father win in his comeback fight only to withness his death in the dressing room afterwards, elicited the saddest response from a majority of the subjects. In the scene the grief-stricken "T.J." is inconsolable tugging his father''s body while crying out "Champ, wake up. Please wake up, Champ."



สมัยก่อนหนังฮิทแค่ไหนคิดดูในเมืองไทยยังมีหนังสือการ์ตูนจากหนังเลย

 



 

 

 


เข้าชม : 5170    [ ขึ้นบน ]
ภาพยนตร์เรื่องนี้อยู่ในประเภท: originAmericanCanadianAustralian: AbusedKid: ComingOfAge: FeelGood: SubtitleEnglish: SubtitleThai: classic: recommend



หนังอเมริกัน และออสเตรเลียเรื่องอื่นๆที่น่าสนใจ..ลองเข้าไปดูซิครับ