When The Game Stands Tall

When The Game Stands Tall

A young coach turns a losing high school football program around to go undefeated for 12 consecutive seasons.

The journey of legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur, who took the De La Salle High School Spartans from obscurity to a 151-game winning streak that shattered all records for any American sport. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


When The Game Stands Tall torrent reviews

Joel A (us) wrote: A frustratingly simple documentary/narrative film about those who inhabited the south seas & their fear of native woman Tabu.Filmed authentically on location it simply lacked impact & engagement & considering the depth his other films had I was surprised this was so highly praised.Will appeal to people connected to the South Seas & those who love that locale but I found myself struggling to keep in engaged at all:

Harsh C (mx) wrote: Some amusing scenes but the plot gets ever more farsical

Kristy B (es) wrote: The first one was definitely better...this one pretty much sucked!

Matthew H (it) wrote: Tries to be "Alien" but comes across as a sleepy "Super Mario Bros". Doom lore is it's only half-star advantage.

ashley L (mx) wrote: Good but ended stupit

Francisco S (mx) wrote: Bad graphics, soundtrack is scariest than image and a little predictable, but well acted, and with good screenplay and argument.

Robyn M (es) wrote: Cute, Outdated film that retells a classic Shakespeare play. After re-watching this I couldn't help but want to rip off Martin's plastic nose piece... a masterpiece... not so much. Perhap Roxanne is best viewed when nothing else is on TV.

Lori B (it) wrote: I queued this because it is one of the winners of the Palme d'Or I have not yet seen, and it has been an interesting journey to see the difference between what the US thinks is a great film and what the rest of the world thinks is a great film. I don't know if "When Father Was Away on Business" is a great movie, but it is a pretty darned good one. The political situation is a main character floating in the background, and I wish I knew more about post-WWII Yugoslavia to better appreciate it.

Mikael K (kr) wrote: Robert Altman's stylish drama "Thieves Like Us" probes the psychology behind criminal violence. It's also a period piece about America during the 30's depression and carries a solid social dimension.There are all the ingredients of a masterpiece present in the film, but it ends up being too forgettable. The execution and the script are stylish enough abut the whole feels like very standard stuff, despite some great acting and a few very strong and raw scenes.

Lynda M (es) wrote: A rare and beautiful film which at the time was one of the best films to come out of south America. It gives the impression there were many problems in the making of it, financially etc yet its message comes through as truth has its own strength.

Timothy J (au) wrote: A typical western. The bad guy goes too far and the reluctant good guy is forced to step up and stop him.

Michael D (us) wrote: I hate this movie. It might be Harry Connick Jror something else intangible, but this movie is garbage

TheMumblelover (ca) wrote: An enjoyable movie though Elijah Wood is hopelessly miss-cast and doesn't convince and the accents may be a tad dodgy but it entertains enough to get you through to the end.

Jacob P (nl) wrote: A major dissapointment...not alot horror in this one as I thought there would be. There's barely even a "Serial Insane Clown Killer" in it. Very few blood\scares..this movie didn't really satisfy me as i thought it would.

Carlos M (br) wrote: This is one of those biopics that tells a story that we all know and doesn't manage the necessary to raise it above its limitations; instead, it suffers from a one-dimensional protagonist that never becomes intriguing and ends so abruptly that it feels like Frears got tired of telling it.