North Dallas Forty
A semi-fictional account of life as a professional Football (American-style) player. Loosely based on the Dallas Cowboys team of the early 1970s.
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Sam S (us) wrote: I really liked the book and the movie wasn't half bad, but it seemed like it kept trying to be funny in places that weren't, thus making the parts that were supposed to be sad and emotional just kind of blah.
Chloe C (ag) wrote: the Smith-Atkinson-Scott Thomas was great. i loved the character of Atkinson, and enjoyed the "logic" of Smith :D
Samy A (kr) wrote: decently entertaining and kind of funny
Todd L (us) wrote: Ultimately this is a Bruceploitation flick, and a notorious one at that since it uses footage of Bruce Lee from other movies plus clips of Lee as a child and film of his actual funeral. But it all really wasn't necessary...the fight sequences from the new footage are quite good. It has it's moments of silliness...like when the guy who plays Bruce Lee's brother fights a lion (guy in a lion suit more accurately), but this is an enjoyable enough martial arts movie.
Lilian W (ag) wrote: Peter Shaffer is a powerful Dramatist. Turning his plays into films can be quite challenging but Sidney Lumet rose to the challenge! Great performances from Richard Burton and Peter Firth in the lead roles
Nagesh V (mx) wrote: Good Movie filled more with Flaws