Sweet Daddy Siki

Sweet Daddy Siki

Sweet Daddy Siki is a movie starring Reginald Siki, Adam Copeland, and Bret Hart. Reginald "Sweet Daddy" Siki is a professional wrestling icon, successful country music singer, and household name. This is his story, told by...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
Genres
Documentary
Actors
Adam Copeland, Bret Hart, Reginald Siki, Charley Pride
Director
Harvey Glazer
Writer
Greg Oliver
Country
Canada
Year
2017
Other Titles
Sweet Daddy
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Sweet Daddy Siki» (37)

Gloria G. avatar
Gloria G.

Reginald "Sweet Daddy" Siki was considered one of the most charismatic figures in professional wrestling. Sweet Daddy, a black man with an incredible physique, bleached blond Afro and matching mustache, strutted before the camera in sequin robes, a mirror in each hand, characterizing himself as "Mr. Irresistible." Siki broke color barriers and social boundaries, contributing dramatically to professional wrestling and to entertainment. As a wrestler, Siki played many roles. Sometimes, he was a baby-face, or good guy. Other times, he was a heel, or villain. Because of his understanding of crowd psychology, he played both roles masterfully. In Canada, Siki became a household name among fans and a legendary figure among wrestlers. Rocky Johnson, a wrestler of note, eventually became Siki's most loyal student. Years later, Rocky Johnson's son, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, would incorporate Sweet Daddy's lessons into his own repertoire. Siki's many famous fans include Winnipeg-bred Chris Jericho and WWE's the Edge (Adam Copeland). Out of the spotlight, Siki remains a quiet gentleman and family man with rich ties to his Toronto home and communities, and great fans among today's wrestling elite. Sweet Daddy Siki is the documentary film that tells his story: the story of a gentlemen performer with a keen and fascinating perspective on life as a polarizing black entertainer and on modern wrestling. 82-year-old Reginald Sweet Daddy Siki lives in Toronto where he runs karaoke nights at the The Duke Live, a locally famous Toronto pub. Each week, he is surrounded by fans and friends.

Diane avatar
Diane

I enjoyed the movie, it was fun from start to finish. Quality was better than expected

Charles avatar
Charles

I would recommend this movie to anyone who loves watching Documentary, yes we are far from the reality, but when you are in there watching this, you become a part of the movie and it becomes the reality

Samuel avatar
Samuel

Really good Documentary movie, it will get you from moment one to the end.

Justin H. avatar
Justin H.

It is really amazing movie I have ever seen in my lifetime. The cast and the story of the movie are really successful.

Jack Carlson avatar
Jack Carlson

This is a movie without f word!!!

Joe Price avatar
Joe Price

Great movie, loved it, good actors. good overall Can't wait for the next one

Terry avatar
Terry

Usually I try to be careful with over hyping a film, or setting the expectations too high, as film geeks all are guilty for, however for Harvey Glazer, this really is not possible.

Rachel avatar
Rachel

I rated this movie as excellent because it's one of my all-time favourite Documentary movies.

Anna G. avatar
Anna G.

This is a good movie I really enjoyed it worth my five stars