When Danny O'Shea's daughter is cut from the Peewee football team just for being a girl, he decides to form his own team, composed of other ragtag players who were also cut. Can his team really learn enough to beat the elite team, coached by his brother, a former pro player?
- Category:Musical, Sport, Comedy, Family
- Stars:Anjali Devi, Chittor V. Nagaiah, M.G. Ramachandran, M.N. Nambiar, Rick Moranis, Ed O'Neill, Shawna Waldron, Devon Sawa, Todd Bosley, Michael Zwiener, Danny Pritchett, Troy Simmons, Sam Horrigan, Joey Simmrin, Marcus Toji, Christopher Walberg, Matthew McCurley, Brian Haley, Jon Paul Steuer, , , ,
- Director:Duwayne Dunham,
- Writer:James Ferguson (story), Robert Shallcross (story), James Ferguson (screenplay), Robert Shallcross (screenplay), Tommy Swerdlow (screenplay), Michael G
Danny O'Shea has forever lived in the shadow of his brother, the great football player Kevin O'Shea. Kevin was stronger, faster, and more popular. But when his daughter is cut from Kevin's pee-wee football team, Danny brings together a squad of picked-lasts and losers to prove to Kevin that he can still learn a lot from his brother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Little Giants torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: WANT TO SEE IT! NICOLE KIDMAN! SAME GUY WHO DIRECTED MOULIN ROUGE!! WHO WOULDNT WANT TO SEE THIS!!??
(ca) wrote: haters...keep hatin haha i like it
(ca) wrote: The final installment takes us into the future where a gay leader has started drugging the public with birth control in his efforts to control the breeders. Our two leads return as a cop and a mysterious blonde android on opposite sides of the resistance movement, which leads into some fun action bits anbd culminates in a truly head scratching finale.Well worth a peep, recommended.
(br) wrote: An impressive voice cast in Dicken's best loved Christmas tale - what could go wrong! Well first of all the animation is amateurish and antiquated - giving it the feel of a 1980's bargain bin effort - and the story additions (particularly the mice) have no positive impact. All this succeeds in doing is make you wonder what Disney or Dreamworks could have done!
(gb) wrote: This movie wasn't what I expected, but it was not a disappointment. I didn't feel "smugness" of the characters as some have said, and I felt general Christian undertones but nothing significantly Mormon. It wasn't an epic love story and in fact, Anne Hathaway probably shouldn't be on the cover.
(br) wrote: A wonderful film showing Daniel Craig's versatile acting.Loved the mix of funny/touching moments. I would love a copy of this, but can't get one anywhere....
(au) wrote: De los mejores documentales que he visto. Esto no es solo para los fans. Le exorto a cualquier persona, que vea este documental tan real, lleno de emociones y sentimientos que no se ven en una lucha normal de televicion. Soy un fanatico d Mick Foley y siempre lo sere porque admiro us pacion y su amor por entretener, pero tambien por su gran personalidad y su enfoque a su familia.
(br) wrote: Joe Pesci is always my favorite, and Dianne Canon is still funny.
(gb) wrote: Critters 3 is stupider and worse than it's predecessors.
(ca) wrote: Excellent adaptation of the classic story about the effete ruler of a prosperous kingdom (historic character) that the British covet and his nobles that seek escape from the turmoil in obsessive chess playing.
(nl) wrote: Annette Kellerman was a renown australian swimming star at the turn of the last century. She caused quite a stir when she once appeared at a public beach wearing a - OH MY - one piece bathing suit and was promptly arrested for indecent exposure. That incident helped pave the way for women to finally shed those cumbersome flannel swimwear of the victorian era and announce the coming of the one piece. Kellerman went on to star in silent films with aquatic themes, of course. Esther Williams is an appropriate choice to portray Kellerman in this biopic but the script comes out just too lightweight and inconsequential. When all else fails - include a love triangle to pad out the drama...which just doesn't hold much - sorry - water in this instance. Kellerman's story is certainly interesting and she deserves a better script than what is presented. Much like a lot of the films from the 1950's - a hot young actress is paired with a much older veteran actor and Esther Williams' love interest here is the aptly named Victor Mature. Even legendary choreographer Busby Berkeley's aquatic scenes can't save this. He's done a lot better IMO. Esther Williams is just beautiful as always and she wears some pretty outfits here, otherwise not much else to look at. Williams' high dives from the platform are perfect 10's - but this flick rates only a 5 from me.
(it) wrote: I like it a lot :-) :-)
(it) wrote: The legacy of rocky will live on forever
(mx) wrote: Batman seemed to have little intelligence in this movie.
(ca) wrote: Lacklustre effort from the supposed leaders of the genre, neither high concept nor cinematic enough to justify its own existence. The attempt to meld wild west tropes with sentient dinosaurs is baffling, but so is the final message that everyone belongs with their own kind coming from the studio still trying to pretend they didn't make Song of the South.