Cardboard Boxer is about a friendless man - Willy (Thomas Haden Church) without a home trying to make it with what he can scrape up. One day, he finds a little girl's diary in the dumpster, which he reads each day, and sometimes imagines a reply to her. He also befriends a war hero named Pinky, who is also homeless. The other half of this movie is about these twenty-somethings rolling up to the homeless alley offering up money for the homeless people to fight each other for money. There's this one big dude who'll fight but the only other person who's up for the challenge is Willy. Willy wins, thus earning him the champion name "Cardboard Boxer!" This continues throughout the movie. The leader of the twenty-somethings is JJ (Rhys Wakefield from "The Purge"). Thomas and Rhys each play their parts well. I feel like Rhys is going to be in many movies one day. I watched this movie on Netflix.
Gentle and broken, a homeless man is coerced by two teens to fight other men on video for cash but soon finds comfort in an unlikely friend and the lost diary of a young girl.
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