I have seen some, but not all the classic boxing movies. The Fighter, Raging Bull, Million Dollar Baby, Rocky 1, Southpaw, The Hurricane, Ali, Girlfight. I have even watched the heartbreaking doc Assault in the Ring. Glassjaw was an exciting addition to one of the most beloved movie genres of Hollywood. This was a fresh take on the story of the mental and emotional stakes that a champion boxer endures. With ethnically diverse leads, well choreographed fights, stunning camerawork, it was truly a movie that deserved it's theatrical release and I only wish I saw it on a big screen to really appreciate the cinematography and feels. Korrina Rico has star power, always loved her work. The movie has grit, it has heart, and it being an original screenplay I thought it was very entertaining and will be a memorable part of boxing cinema.