American football coach Chuck Dichter has worked wonders with the Buffalo Bills, and is even confident to crown his career with a Super Bowl victory, but before the play-offs an oyster food-poisoning wipes out his first team for a month. Dan Heller, an insurance salesman and former college quarterback, who was hired -relactantly, but his wife twisted his arm- just for practice, now has to captain and train a bunch of rookies and old-timers against the hardest adversaries. Dichter decides to sign up triple Super Bowl-winner Tommy Baker in Dan's place...
- Stars:Van Miller, Doug Flutie, Mike Ditka, Chris Berman, Donovan Greer, Jon Voight, Gil Bellows, Teri Polo, Richard T. Jones, Garcelle Beauvais, George Eads, Evan Parke, Mike O'Shea, Gouchy Boy, Jeff Pustil,
- Director:Robert Lieberman,
- Writer:Jere Cunningham (story), Tom Flynn (story), Tom Flynn (teleplay)
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(us) wrote: In The Valley of Violence doesn't try to re-invent the wheel, it's pretty much a straight-forward spaghetti-Western, revenge drama (with nuances of absurdities and a morbid sense of humor) about a man and his dog just trying make their way to Mexico for a better life till shit hits the fan while passing through a derelict town and as the title suggest people inevitably gots to die. FINAL VERDICT: A smartly constructed and well executed Western that's pays both homage to Sergio Leone and John Wick, at the same damn time.
(ag) wrote: Don't believe anything the government tells you EVER.
(ag) wrote: Mormons are messed up
(kr) wrote: It is stupid, but if you can get past the concept, the movie is great. The world-building is up to par, the score is used intelligently (unlike the last 5 years), and the character designs and practical effects are exceptional. I enjoyed this film, but I understand it is not for everyone.
(nl) wrote: Standard and harmless sports comedy. It's definitely a product of the Major League style of movie. It has some genuinely funny moments at times, but usually is content to go through the expected motions for the genre.
(nl) wrote: A tense and funny maunder with Edward G. Robinson as the musing professor of murder.
(jp) wrote: A bit odd at first as these Middle Ages have a strong 1940s taste and the dialogs often sound artificial, but the story is beautiful. There are several good scenes even though it is often border line mushy. Special mention to Jules Berry who is a wonderful devil.
(ca) wrote: First saw it when i was about 4 years old, and have loved it ever since.