If you loved Rudy and Remember the Titans, you won't want to miss this one! Take the family!

By solarking
Written October 22, 2011
I saw the movie at the premiere last night in Hollywood and had a chance to hear from the Director, Tim Chambers and some of the cast (Carla & Marley). I can tell you that this is a "Must See" Movie. It had the spirit and emotions of Rudy, but with more emphasis on "the Team" and the desire and belief to overcome all odds, not only in sports but in life. Thanks for bringing together a labor of love onto the big screen for all to experience. There's much more to this movie than just the previews and all the normal movie hype. But when you hear the real inspiration and hard work that went into this story, you'll want to see it over and over again. Forget about all the negative reviews from the so-called movie critics and go out and support this type of movie - inspirational, heart wrenching, edge-of-your-seats, family friendly movie. It sure beats 90% of the movies out there and a must see.
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Mighty Macs

By Jackie-boy
Written October 22, 2011
Just one of the best feel good movies I've ever seen! A true story that is so exciting. I took 6 kids ages 9 to 4 and they loved it as did all my friends who went. If you have kids, girls especially please take them it has great life lessons about what you can do if you put all your heart into your dream!!!!! All of the characters were upbeat and the acting was soo good. The camera really caught all the drama and exciting of a championship basketball game, Go go go see it!!! Denise Bonner
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A Small Budget Film With Lots Of Heart.

By Alon Patterson
Written October 22, 2011
In today's world of bigger and better, sensation after sensation, we sometimes forget the simpler times when teamwork and personal achievement counted for something. This little gem of a film does just that. It reminds us that you don't have to be beautiful, you don't have to be smart, you don't even have to have money. As long as you believe in yourself others will too. This was a fine film, based on a true story, not some writer's imagination. For once, casting was as close to perfect as it gets. The visuals needed a little work but pass. Don't expect a blockbuster here, or some over the top "winning against all odds" ego parade. This movie's genuine and heartfelt, well worth an evening of your time and its ticket price. It's in a different family from the majority of films made today. This one’s a portrait of one life, memorialized through achievement, a life whose legacy is having made other lives better. See it. You won't be disappointed.
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Great Movie

By Nyre_the_Black_rose
Written October 23, 2011
This was the greatest movie I've seen in a long time and a great view for all the family. The acting drew me in from the very beginning. Of course I went to see it because David Boreanaz, and he was great, but the story kept me interested enough to want to see it again.
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The Mighty Macs

By buffy-the-movie slayer
Written October 24, 2011
Went to see Meghan Sabia in "The Mighty Macs" yesterday with my daughter & we BOTH enjoyed it from the time we walked up to the cinema & were greeted by old friends, to meeting the actual star (who seems to be SUCH a BEAUTIFUL,TALENTED Woman INSIDE & OUT),to sitting nearby & around some of my near & dear High School friends.This movie depicted how it was "back in the day." The writers did a great job showing the good,the bad & what was most important in a Catholic School full of girls.A lot of funny moments & good lessons to be learned by the lead characters. Kudos. The actors were AWESOME.Also,you can't go wrong with Ellen Burnstein as Mother Superior-she DID win an Oscar for her role in 'The Excorcist.'
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