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Wahlberg, with shaggy hair and a pumped bod he wears more convincingly than any actor, plays Vince as a guy who truly doesn't expect to win. That makes his rib-bruising triumph all the more believable and touching. Read full review
The actors make it work. Greg Kinnear's Coach Vermeil exudes Southern California good vibrations without a lot of fuss or attitude. Read full review
One gigantic pile of cornball clichés, but there's no denying the movie works you over anyway. Read full review
So yes, you'll roll your eyes when the coach defies Papale's naysayers by insisting that "he has heart." But if there's a single surprise on this familiar field, it's that the movie does, too. Read full review
Core, a cinematographer who helms both camera and directorial duties here, creates a vivid sense of time and place without letting the period music, clothes or art direction intrude. The performances are likewise understated and unpretentious, especially those of Wahlberg and Kinnear. Read full review
Audiences will be rooting for him all the way to the end zone. Read full review
A neatly packaged Walt Disney Co. picture with bone-crunching football action; a nice sense of the blue-collar, male-dominated milieu that nourishes football fanaticism; and a few too many tugs at the heartstrings. Read full review
Has the problem of drifting in and out of authenticity. Read full review
Invincible doesn't offer any surprises. But it is a well-made, fairly exciting movie that, like its hero, has heart. Read full review
The movie is shamelessly manipulative. Read full review
another streamlined underdog-makes-good sports movie
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