Dickie Eklund

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  • Movie Analysis : The Fighter

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    In the depiction of Dicky Eklund, David Russell was indeed accurate, even in Dicky’s eyes. Dicky worked with Christian Bale on and off of the set of the film in order to fine tune Bale 's boxing to better represent the depiction of Dicky’s style. Dicky also coached Bale in “Dickynese”, which is the unique diction Dicky uses when speaking in the movie according to Men’s Journal. The only aspect of Dicky Eklund that Russell seemed to leave out was Dicky’s sobriety. At

  • The Fighter Movie Analysis

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    The Fighter (2010) directed by David O’Russell is a captivating and passionate sports drama. The film was easily able to portray the journey that the Eklund-Ward family took on Micky’s road to success in a realistic way which made it easy for me to understand and develop emotions towards the film and the characters in it. It was an exceptional watch which captured my full attention. The film made me realise there is always a struggle with success. I saw and experience this while watching the film