Seen at the Movies: In its limited, tradition-of-quality-and-uplift sort of way, Cinderella Man is the best movie Ron Howard has directed since his early days helming fluff like Night Shift and Splash. The new film is about Depression-era boxer James J. Braddock (Russell Crowe), who triumphed over poverty and injury to beat Max Baer for the world heavyweight championship. It’s essentially Seabiscuit all over again, as Braddock becomes a potent symbol for the 1930s working man. But, all due ...

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