Andre the Giant
Documentary • 2018 • 1 hr 25 min
Not super intimate but hits all the beats you would be interested in
Seeing Vince McMahon get emotional for a wrestler is rare. You really see why Andre was so special, and it wasn’t solely due to his stature.
Great documentary about the Giant, doesn't get better.
Good documentary on a legendary wrestler's life.
A very well done documentary that humanizes Andre more than ever before. Sad and insightful.
Even for people too young to remember Andre, this is a fascinating and enjoyable documentary.
This more a WWE documentary than a full André story but it does have some good moments. Touching and memorable.
Didn’t know much about Andre before this movie. Really allows you to sympathize with his unique situation.
A supremely well made documentary about a unique character.
A sad look into the amazing life of Andre The Giant. Equal parts touching, and inspiring. Great for wrestling fans, and anyone really.
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