This documentary chronicles the early career of NBA superstar LeBron James and four of his talented teammates through the trials and tribulations of high school basketball in Ohio and James' journey to fame. The five star athletes burned up the courts throughout Ohio, but James' ever-increasing celebrity threatened to tear apart all the five had worked so hard to achieve. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Devon W (ru) wrote: A good end to a legacy
Private U (ca) wrote: Yes, it's a bit cheesy and not what you might expect in a cinematic world full of piggish women and crass one-liners, but it's rated G for goodness sake! For a family movie, we really enjoyed it, and found it heart-warming and fun!
Justa C (nl) wrote: No way you'll get my money for this garbage!
Katherine F (ca) wrote: fantastic movie! I didn't know Catherine deNeuve could be such a feminist.
Vessela D (br) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie but it couldn't really touch me...:(
Ilsa L (kr) wrote: Fabulous documentary about a truly iconic British rock band. Highly recommended viewing!
Pia K (de) wrote: Aivoille sopivaa hmpp typivn jlkeen... ;) (Suom. Nelj joulua yhdess pivss)
Paul F (mx) wrote: Overrated Brit-shit crime drama. You want British crime drama have a gander at Layer Cake, Gangster No.1, Harry Brown, The Krays or Sexy Beast.
Kevin T (ca) wrote: Ditzy but pleasing farce in which Knotts is at his most likeable (not always the case.) Forgot how hot Elaine Joyce was in her hey day. Knotts plays and earnest and hapless accountant for city government who makes the perfect patsy for a corrupt City Council. Hijinks ensue involving Knotts' trademark jittery slapstick; a best friend who is both more and less clueless than Knotts himself; the rivalry between a hot girlfriend and a hot secretary; a stuck bowling ball; a cross-dressing granny; and a computer in a coffin. Even the sound track is almost stridently cutesy and inoffensive.This had a bit of a sixties-sitcom feel to it, and the occasional mild sexual inuendo, while most likely somewhat blush-enducing for its time, is virtually harmless these days. Recommended for the whole family on some rainy day, in the van on a road trip, or on your iPad while flying on vacation.
Richard H (us) wrote: very similar to 1963s charade , gregory peck plays a believable part that he brings a warmth to most of his film roles. peck and loren are two of a dying breed of film stars that sadly are lacking in style and substance today
Dylan K (it) wrote: rambo is one of my favorite action heroes. he can beat the tar out of a bunch of corrupt policemen and still avoid killing. if he isn't the greatest action hero he certainly is the most honorable even if the sequels decided to make him a killer much to my dismay.
Karsh D (gb) wrote: A New York bike messenger runs up some debts with a vicious gang so joins a group of free runners who take part in heists to recoup his losses. Weak action drama.
Steve G (mx) wrote: She does something. He looks at her, quizzically. She asks what. He says nothing. She asks what. He explains his omniscient insight into life via cynical new yorker. Also, fake orgasm. The end.Everything I hate about post-modern, Manhattan-type, hypersexual relationships. They have nothing to do with love.This is what's happening for the large majority of the movie. However, at some point, the relationship becomes somewhat interesting. And, though ham-handed, the resolution is a welcome one considering what one had to go through to get there.