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Team Khan is a movie starring Amir Khan, Oscar De La Hoya, and Bernard Hopkins. Fly-on-the-wall documentary about professional boxer Amir Khan. Filmed over two years, it follows Amir and his team in their quest to fight the best...

Genres
Documentary, Sport
Director
Oliver Clark, Blair Macdonald
Starring
Virgil Hunter, Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, Amir Khan

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Sport
Director Oliver Clark, Blair Macdonald
Stars Virgil Hunter, Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, Amir Khan
Country UK
Runtime 1 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description TEAM KHAN is a fly-on-the-wall documentary about British superstar boxer Amir Khan. Outside of the ring Amir must grapple with the significance of family, fame, and religion, as he grows from being boxing's golden child into a professional fighter. As an amateur, he won a silver medal in the lightweight division at the 2004 Olympics, becoming Britain's youngest boxing Olympic medalist at the age of 17. He turned professional at 19, and within four years became a world champion at light-welterweight. He was boxing's rising star, a UK phenomenon who had made the leap to the big pond of US boxing. He was the man to beat, until he was beat, and beat again. He has recently returned to the ring, winning his last two fights. He's confident he can become a world champion once again.

Top reviews

Thursday, 01 Oct 2020 00:31

I'll have to agree that this documentary was biased and therefore one should view with a heavy heart. The filmmaker appears to be pretty anti-wrestling, though I'm pretty much a fan, and that's the way I view this documentary. The very things that I think you see, though, are done with great passion. I'll leave the use of wrestling to others, but what I found most fascinating was how McMahon was able to both create a promotion, the WWF, that was the world's first wrestling organization and also manage it to the point that it was the largest sporting goods company in the world. This was a very complex and difficult task, and in this documentary, the man was able to see the problem and then create a solution. I found that a lot of the negative comments that I saw about this documentary were lacking a logical explanation. I don't mean the explanations are bad or incorrect. I think they are logical and they answer all the questions I had, but the questions themselves are what I think is problematic. This documentary did an excellent job of explaining how, from a business standpoint, the WWF was able to provide both entertainment and professional wrestling on a world wide scale, and McMahon's actions were also not always the best. That is why I felt the documentary was biased. But it did an excellent job explaining the entire situation. I gave this documentary a 10 out of 10. As a wrestling fan and a documentary-maker, I'll give it an even higher rating.
Friday, 31 Jul 2020 02:57

Yes I did watch it in Japanese, but the gist is the story of the most famous fight in the history of MMA. It's not that the film is devoid of originality. I am actually surprised that the movie was never distributed. Though this film is an utterly critical and unfiltered look at the sport of MMA. It's not a documentary. It's not about the matches. It's not about anything. It's about the story. It's about the life of a true legend of our sport. This film makes no attempt at a Hollywood style "Boring." It is factual, straightforward, and focused on the players, not the promoter. It features the sound of thunder, but the score is based on classical music, and not on pro wrestling. The characters are not interchangeable. They are not disposable. They are real people. It doesn't glorify the fight. It doesn't glorify the fighter. It does, however, give the viewer an inside look at the many things that go into keeping that fighter "active". And that is what makes it interesting and meaningful. I strongly urge everyone to watch this film, especially the Japanese who really know what it's like to be in the ring with the guys who are the most famous in their country. The DVD is released in 2 parts. The first one is the narrative/timeline, which is a great hour and a half. It really paints the picture of how MMA is growing in the eyes of the general public. There are few reviewers who have commented on this film, and most of the critical pieces have been by amateur MMA lovers, not film buffs. If you are looking for a film that is "pretty," watch a pro fight. This film, on the other hand, is really an example of a documentary that you can use and put into your own life. It's so important that we can all understand what it means to be in the ring. I highly recommend this film to everyone. No matter what your philosophy of life is, if you ever hear of this film, watch it. It's a true story, and it should be told.
Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020 01:50

I watched this documentary twice, first on cable TV, then on my own TV. The first half of the movie, narrated by Bruce Willis, focuses on the 1971 Indian Premier League match between India and England at Lahore. The match was a nail biter. India's leading batsman, Hashim Amla, was coming off a difficult year, with a poor batting average, a very poor batting record, and a poor bowling average. This film shows the effort he put into his performance that made him a very special player. He was a very unique player. It was very interesting to see his struggles and the huge weight he carried. He was only playing cricket for the love of the game, and for that, it was his only life. He was a special player, who was determined to make it big. When he made it big, it was the most beautiful moment in his life. His wife, Vicky, has the great courage to take a stand, and to fight back against the many forces of the world that were trying to undermine her family's relationship. The second half of the film shows the dramatic story of their marriage, and how she came to accept the fact that he was a special player, and to take the road that had been been the death knell of his marriage. There were many scenes of great courage and strength, which were very moving. The ending of the film is very moving. It was a very emotional film. The scene of the Pakistani fans at the stadium was very moving, and it was great to see the Pakistani Prime Minister, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, showing his support of the movie. I hope to see more films like this, in the future.


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