Most Valuable Players

Most Valuable Players

Documentary about the Freddy Awards, similar to Broadway's Tony Awards, that gives high school musical theater geeks one night of the year to shine in a Pennsylvania town that devotes all its resources to high school sports.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Most Valuable Players 2010 full movies, Most Valuable Players torrents movie

Documentary about the Freddy Awards, similar to Broadway's Tony Awards, that gives high school musical theater geeks one night of the year to shine in a Pennsylvania town that devotes all its resources to high school sports. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andy G (ag) wrote: Breaking the girls is an OK drama about two girls getting revenge on their enemies that they hate. So they plan to kill the other ones they don't like. C+

diego d (jp) wrote: A interviews journey in the biggest call center- lager of Italy with those who survived...

Hannah B (it) wrote: Excellent! Morgan Freeman is the best narrator!

Bill M (gb) wrote: Too languid and lacks narrative momentum.

Arum Padma O (us) wrote: I haven't watch any other Toyoda's works but this is def Taiyo Matsumoto's. The melancholy and darkness. When you think about highschool angst, this is what you get. Heartbreaking.

Leonard D (mx) wrote: One reason to give it a go, Halle Berry in her bra and underwear.

Rob L (au) wrote: The good thing about this movie is that even though it is 25 years old, it doesn't really feel like it. The music is a little 1980's and silly at times but it is a good movie even seeing it for the first time in 2013

Sergio O (au) wrote: Not as epic as "Woman Under the Influence," which is funny because in this one Gena Rowlands actually IS under the influence.

Black S (de) wrote: Not living up to the original pulp fiction stories and marred by the camp influence of the TV "Batman" series, this film can only be judged as what it could have been vs. what it was: A high-concept betrayed by the producers of it. Personally, influenced by my WW2 veteran school shop teacher who had read the original books in his youth, I became a huge fan of the reprinted paperback series of novels, and by comparison this film was a major disappointment. Although the basic elements are similar to the original story ("The Man of Bronze"), it becomes evident after the first 30 minutes that the production fails, falling into a way to make a quick buck rather than maintain the integrity of the materiel. What could have been a "blood & thunder ripping yarn" adventure (similar to the "Mummy" & "Indiana Jones" ripoffs) degenerates into undeserved mediocrity. Tall, handsome, built but still under-muscled Ex-"Tarzan" Ron Ely cannot save this, and the CGI of the time does not help either. Hopefully one day we will see Doc & his crew done proper justice, but I have no illusions this will happen unless someone who really loves the characters is willing to mount an effort. We will need someone of Spielberg's level to get it done right. I guess we can all hope...Doc deserves better than this. See it for the adventure at the least. This is not on DVD, but is regularly shown on Spanish language channels as a feature film, but even non-Spanish speakers can watch and enjoy what little fun can be pulled out of this film, so just do it....

Joe L (ag) wrote: the first film on the list to address the problem of juvenile delinquency. it's jarring, when the entire history of american films up to this point had depicted children as precious cherubs, and victims of war. after so much wartime propaganda, 'jungle' feels like a huge step forward in film, and a new level of honesty about the state of america. the structure and tropes of the film have been repeated ad nauseam, but glenn ford and sidney poitier's performances raise it above all of the imitators.

Connor L (es) wrote: A riveting example of energized and intense film editing. This is a great example of how an entire story can be told with powerful images and creative editing in place of pointless or obvious dialogue that reiterates what is already being shown. The tension of the final scene of the Potemkin plowing through the waters towards its supposed doom at the hands of the admiral's squadron is masterful to say the least.

Felicia A (ca) wrote: Title is very deceiving, anything else happens except love

Richard B (ru) wrote: one of my most favorite movies