Hoop Dreams

A film following the lives of two inner-city Chicago boys who struggle to become college basketball players on the road to going professional.

Through it all, their hoop dreams continue. The film follows them through their four years of high school and their trials and tribulations: injuries, slumps and the never ending battle to maintain their grades. They start off at the same high school but unable to pay an unexpected bill for tuition fees, Arthur has to withdraw and go to the local public high school. Arthur Agee and William Gates both show great potential and are are actively recruited as they look to enter high school. This documentary follows two young African-Americans through their high school years as they perfect their skills in basketball in the hopes of getting a college scholarship and eventually play in the NBA

Hoop Dreams is the best great movie of Steve James, Frederick Marx. The released year of this movie is 1994. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, such as Spike Lee. There are many categories, such as Action, Documentary, Drama, Sport. The rating is 8.3 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie torrents. Share this movies torrent to support us

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Users reviews

Caitlin L (nl)

A cute movie for the entire family

Casey M (ru)

Denzel is always good but he's been in better. Thrilling enough to keep you entertained

Charis H (ag)

Awesome movie so fun

Justin D (us)

I watched it for 5 minutes

Jyoti B (de)

And if you are very Indian at heart, this is it. good laughter material added with some interesting twists in the story

Maxx D (it)

A very good take on the zombie genre, fresh, exciting and different

MEC r (br)

I did not really like this movie

Nick A (jp)

I truly was, but I'm not anymore. Just know that I was rooting for Away We Go. Though I wish I could say more in support of this picture, I can't -- and I won't. If I had to recommend Away to anyone, I'd do so solely for the performances of the two leads -- particularly Rudolph, whose dramatic maturity on screen contradicts what most would expect after a nearly decade-long absence from non-comic work (she co-starred in 2000's TV drama City of Angels) -- and the quite cinematography of Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Ellen Kuras (last year's The Betrayal). But Away We Go has some tender moments, some genuine ones, and one or two sincerely funny ones -- and they all are borne from the chemistry between Krasinksi and Rudolph, and in spite of Eggers' and Vida's screenplay. And ironically manipulative: Here's a movie about a couple we the audience are to believe is a rare breed, yet nearly everyone else we come to know is abnormally crazy or has significant relationship troubles. Co-writers and husband and wife Dave Eggers and Vendela Vida time and again place the movie's city- and home-seeking couple, Verona (Maya Rudolph) and Burt (John Krasinski), in predictably hopeless situations opposite families or individuals who were written to appear either less in love (Lily, a married drunk played by Allison Janney, attempts to kiss Burt to no avail) as the protagonists or lesser altogether (Maggie Gyllenhaal's character and her husband are even called "terrible people") -- and it's not so much offensive as it is contrived and uninspired. However, whereas Mendes' latest piece doesn't embody the pretentiousness of Juno, it seems determined to be unimpressive and, in many parts, boring. But it's not Juno -- and that's mostly a good thing (Away We Go doesn't overload its dialogue with self-loving sarcasm and tiring pop-culture one-liners). Away just wants to be something smaller or different than both any picture by its esteemed filmmaker and what America considers typical romantic-dramedy fare, perhaps even something patrons will call "cute", "funny", or "insightful" and liken to such films as Juno. It's not elegantly staged, not written with an exacting tone or much direction, and its soundtrack is composed of chipper songs by London-born indie folk-pop artist Alexi Murdoch instead of the deeply forceful musical scores customary to Mendes' films (American Beauty and Road to Perdition both featured Oscar-nominated scores by Thomas Newman). Away We Go, director Sam Mendes' fifth studio release, is far and away his most organic work to date

Nick S (es)

Some tongue in cheek moments that pay tribute to Spaghetti Westerns and the Western genre in general. A fun movie from start to finish

Orlok W (au)

Mid-range carry on!!