Pride (2007) Synopsis
A charismatic schoolteacher in the 1970s founds an African-American swim team in one of Philadelphia
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Pride doesn't have much surprise, but it's a formula picture of genuine feeling.
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75

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
Howard, playing an inspirational and resourceful man up against long odds, really is an inspiration.
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75

Charlotte Observer

By Lawrence Toppman
It's about black athletes, and they swim. It's as reassuringly uplifting as its predecessors, but the African-American and aquatic elements...
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63

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
It's called Pride, and, while it's neither as socially urgent as "Freedom Writers" nor as danceable and soapy as "Stomp the Yard," it's...
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63

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Worth seeing, not only because it shows how an ordinary man can do something extraordinary, but because it allows audiences the opportunity...
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
Terrence Howard delivers another solid lead performance and competition swimming is a new arena for such films. Nonetheless, Pride is just...
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Ruthe Stein
That Pride ultimately gets to you is more of a surprise than the outcome because it's not very well-constructed.
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50

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
If only the screenplay had more going for it than hackneyed homilies and living-in-the-ghetto stereotypes. If only first-time director Sunu...
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50

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Yeah, the story is corny and tired. But when you aren't rolling your eyes, you'll probably be wiping them dry.
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40

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Despite Mr. Howard's best efforts in the role, though, the film rarely realizes its subject's potential.
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By treybert
I took away from this movie much more than anything racial. What I found the movie was about had to to with believing. And by believing I don't necessarily mean dreams as in dreaming something into...

Proud to say it was a keeper!

By EChristianHorne
This movie is a great example of the little engine that could. As an African American viewer, I felt it was particularly resonant and relatable on the topics of economic challenges, job...

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By jcrist
Very good movie and would see it again....

real mean do cry

By rocheledwane
another true story that went over well. never boring, and thank god for no vulgar language, except for the "n" word, but this had to be used to tell the story, to get you to feel what it felt like. ...

MustSee

By Boochie
This movie was very touching and had some funny moments also. It was not what I expected, I thought it would be boring. My daughter(11) liked it very much also. I would say that it is a must see show....

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By Monkey69
Very well done this is an excellent movie to take the family and show what honor courage and determination can do for ones community. I love the cinematography the sound track was awesome and the...

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By Middle RIver Movie Man
This movie was very very good. I love true story movies and this one was full of feeling and emotion and is great for anyone who sees it, male or female....

Good

By jjjmcjs
Hey Guy, it was good. I love movies that, however I could have waited to see it on DVD!! Yet it was nice. Awsome acting!...

go see

By hecrod
its a uplifting movie. but like every movie terence howard is in he is crying but besides that its a good movie...

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Rated PG | For thematic material, language including some racial epithets, and violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 8+ Feel-good swimming flick takes on racism.
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