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Cast (In Credits Order): Ali, Michael Mann's stunning and ambitious biographical classic, kicks off on a note of accomplishment, maybe a reform; it's not a famous knockout though.
No one could own him even black and white establishment.
While Ali comes out on top on most of the fights represented in the movie, he took his share of punches later on in his life, something that is not exposed in the film nor actively comprehended by most people who are familiar with his private life.
Close to Ali are various characters pushing and pulling for ownership of his soul like Malcolm X, promoter Don King, his friend Howard Bingham, spiritual guru Drew Brown - but the most sentimental connection placed between Ali and TV pundit Howard Cosell (an unrecognizable Voight).
Mann weeds out a friendship of mutual dependence - Ali needed Cosell to provide a spokesperson, Cosell needed Ali to raise ratings - and facade affection.
John Voight struggles too far to make-up but made a fine notion as Howard Cosell, the sportscaster who was Ali's favorite straight man and a truest friends.
Around amusement of Ali's press conferences and weigh-ins, there are moments of inspiring power.