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Tyson 2008

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From director James Toback comes this documentary feature about the trials and triumphs in the life of famed boxer Mike Tyson. From his salad days with promoter Don King, to his infamous ear-ripping match against Evander Holyfield, to his sexual assault conviction, this film, made with the cooperation of Tyson himself, was culled from more than 30 hours of fascinating interview footage of the notorious heavyweight champion.

MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:90 minutes
Directed By:
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Written By:
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Tyson Movie Review by Ben (10/11/2009)

Mike's quote above perfectly sums up the undeniable power of "Tyson," a documentary by filmmaker and long time friend James Toback. Having known Mike since he was 19, no one else who could have made this documentary and have the subject be so intimately open. This particular one is more subjective than objective (although...

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Tyson Movie Review by Jarrod (4/23/2009)

'Tyson' made me reconsider my perception of former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson. James Toback's fascinating documentary allows the subject to speak for himself, in fact the only voice we hear is Tyson's, who recalls his rough childhood in Brooklyn, where, as a teenager, he sold drugs, spent time in juvenile detention,...

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