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'Any Day' hits viewers over the head with its cliches

'Any Day' hits viewers over the head with its cliches

A decent cast faces an uphill battle of Sisyphean proportions in "Any Day," a cliché-ridden, heavy-handed redemptive drama written and directed by Rustam Branaman. British actor Sean Bean, sporting a quiet rumble of a working-class American voice, plays an embittered boxer who has just been sprung from a 12-year stint in prison for fatally pummeling a man during an altercation. With nowhere to go, he stays with his sister (Kate Walsh), the single mom of an angelic son (Nolan Gross). But soon he gets back into the swing of things, dating a woman he hit on at the supermarket (Eva Longoria) and finding work at a pizza joint run by Tom Arnold's Roland. When you hear...

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