Glory Road

Glory Road

In 1966, Texas Western coach Don Haskins led the first all-black starting line-up for a college basketball team to the NCAA national championship.

After being appointed the new coach of the 1966 Texas Miners, Don Haskins (Josh Lucas) decides to build a team based on talent rather than race. And he managed to lead the first all-black team to the NCAA national championship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Emma C (au) wrote: I thought this movie was good. An original storyline where a regular guy becomes absorbed in his dreams and meets his ideal woman, however when meeting her awake she thinks he's a loser and he starts to re-evaluate his life!

Luis M (it) wrote: Good but not great. I would have to watch more movies from Jhonnie To to comprehend why most asian cinema fans have him among his favorites. The contrast of opposite personalities is well represented but not fully exploided. The female character (played by chin) serves as a mere pretext to establish the dispute of these two killers. Other than that it does not make any difference in the story.

Jamie B (kr) wrote: THIS IS GOOD TOO. HE FINDS OUT HE HAS A SON

Cody C (fr) wrote: Really smart, cute comedy. Cinematography is way better than I ever remembered it. I would like to make love to Cathy Moriarty

Michael F (ag) wrote: You have to have an adult immature mindset to really appreciate the insanity that goes so well with the randomized comedy and soulful drama. This is Not for anyone younger than 13. See this on Netflix or family video store!

William P (us) wrote: Retired Marshal Matt Dillon returns back to his zealous law ways to thwart his ruthless rival who is unfettered from prison.

Tom C (mx) wrote: lock me up who gives a fuck you cant take away the hate in my head i can still hate you in my head dont like that do you trevor you say it like you know me were all fucking great you aint taking nothing from us we hate you im way more british than you fuckface you hate the blacks as much as i do you just dont admit it you hate them more than i do cos they frighten you....YOU LOCK UP ANYTHING THAT FRIGHTENS YOU this realy is my favourite film ever but tim roth is a fucking prick who fucked off to yankland and started talking lie a yank hs a traitor

Tasos L (nl) wrote: I hardly believe that this, is a Polanski film. Totally boring no comparing to other Polanski's films. It is watchable only for some reasons.

Nate J (us) wrote: that gorilla is smarter than some people i know.

Greg W (nl) wrote: rah rah action adventure from the master

The L (it) wrote: Mercenary for justice = Seagal genius!!! He plays Bill Segar- a man who must rob a bank in order to save his family!! ONE WORD - AMAZING!!!

David L (mx) wrote: Out of Africa has magnificent cinematography, beautiful music and great scenery, but it is in the end a very mediocre film thanks to boring story, tedious characters, annoying Streep's accent and a lack of any energy and charm in its execution and direction. Consequently, it did not deserve Best Picture, it did not deserve any of its nominations beside the technical ones and it nowadays has the critics ratings it deserved to have at the very first place because it really is a mediocre film.

John A (ru) wrote: Also Known As The Silent Flute, Circle Of Iron Is A Symbol-laden Martial Arts Drama, About One Man's Journey To Enlightenment & Inner-Peace. Based On A Story By Bruce Lee, It Focuses On A Man Called Cord & His Conquest For The Book Of Zen, Which He Believes Is Being Held By An Evil Wizard Known As Zetan (Christopher Lee). While On His Journey He Is Guided By A Blind Man & Tested By Three Other Characters (All Four Being Played By David Carradine, In What Would Have Been Bruce Lee's Roles).A Philosophy Laden Film, That's Weird, Entertaining & Teaches The Importance Of Inner-Peace & Helping Others. Made 5 Years After Lee's Death, This Film Is A Tribute To His Memory And Is Clearly So By The On-Screen Dedication & Explanation Of Why He Wrote The Film At The Very Start Of The Movie. Also Features Appearances From Roddy McDowell (Planet Of The Apes) & Eli Wallach (The Good, The Bad & The Ugly).