Hands of Stone Review - Substream Magazine

Substream Magazine: If there is one thing that the Weinstein Company is known for, it’s their steady stream of generic to mediocre biopics. Though usually their films aren’t all that bad, they don’t tend to be all that ambitious, instead relying on true story source material that can be hammered into a standard underdog narrative for a cheap, audience-pleasing turnaround. And while that’s all well and good, their latest effort, Hands of Stone, doesn’t even rise to the occasion as a generic biopic, let alone a decent film in its own right.

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