The Heart of the Game
The Heart of the Game captures the passion and energy of a Seattle high school girls' basketball team as they strive to win the state championship, the eccentricity of their unorthodox coach, and the incredible true story of one player's fight to play the game she loves.
- Stars:Sammi Cheng, Ludacris, Darnellia Russell, Bill Resler, Devon Crosby Helms, Meghan Miller, Jade White, Lindsey Wilson, Michael Silva, Emily Watson, Hillary Seidel, Aaron Jack, Maria Mendoza, Keasha Beward, April Swafford, Maude Lepley,
- Director:Ward Serrill,
- Writer:Ward Serrill
A documentary Roosevelt Roughriders, a girls' high-school basketball team in Seattle, and one player's fight to regain her eligibility to play. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Heart of the Game torrent reviews
(au) wrote: this movie is too... dull i prefer classic story when it games to ballad like Nutcracker or Swan Lakes. Or maybe they really should do Gisselle story instead of a normal girl play as Giselle and Odette in a magical world.
(jp) wrote: The concept is interesting but watch Purge Anarchy and Election Year instead
(jp) wrote: Mars et Avril is visually stunning and well written. At first, I did not like the ending however after thinking about it I really felt the story was well told from start to finish.
(fr) wrote: Yes, it's stupid, but it's enjoyably stupid.
(gb) wrote: give the oldman his fix!
(it) wrote: Very sad movie =/. Great performances.
(gb) wrote: Contender to Fist of Legend to be the best of Jet Li's HK years. A very epic martial arts movie. The english version howerever is to be avoided, because its severely cut from 2hrs and 14 minutes to an 1hr and 40 minutes.
(mx) wrote: Less engrossing than Koyaanisqatsi due to a soundtrack that does not engage the full time, and dated effects that draw attention to themselves and away from the otherwise brilliantly photographed content. Worth seeing in HD, and as ever the glances at camera are compelling.
(au) wrote: Thought I'd check out the original rather than the 're-imagining'/remake. Great stuff, I loved the beautiful landscapes especially!
(gb) wrote: Satire done wrong is a miserable thing, and very little here is done right. Klein takes aim at the easiest targets, paints with the broadest strokes, and goes for the cheapest gags. There were a few chuckle-worthy moments but most of it is groan-worthy. Klein is preaching to the converted. It's odd to see Delphine Seyrig amidst all this, but bless her heart, she gives it her all. On the plus side, the visuals are dazzling, with colors that pop off the screen and a giddy sense of set design.
(br) wrote: I guess I'm one of the few people that appreciated this film. Solid voice acting, amazing visuals and the story ending may have been predictable, but at least everything in the middle wasn't something you'd already seen out of a dozen other films.
(us) wrote: This is actually quite funny. Despite the over-the-top physical comedy and goofiness, it works. I couldn't help myself and enjoyed it quite a bit.