We Are the Champions

We Are the Champions

Divorced father without custody Torben, a former pro soccer player, concentrates on his talented son David's juniors poorly performing team. When the coach suddenly accepts another position, Torben gets his change 'for the time being'. He becomes a substitute father for several of the boys. He's opposed by many parents, but finds love again with one player's single mother. Yet the greatest reward comes from David, in a twisted way.

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Sawyer W (it) wrote: Ok. Not as good as Cloverfield though. Also, horrible effects for the movie.

Andy D (es) wrote: Beautiful! One of the most heart-warming, charming and touching films I've seen in years! A film about growth, friendship, and also love. This made me smile, laugh out loud, and also gave me perspective. Brilliant, everyone I know who's seen this loved it...now including me!

Kareem s (kr) wrote: The Indian adaptation of "Old Boy" ... For me I adored Old boy from its beginning ..however in Zinda .. I was touched by the leads more than I had by the old boy leads ... Music was way sensational in zinda ... the plot was a little more logical than the original in old boy . To sum things up Zinda was not as good as Old boy ... HOWEVER... Zinda had way better leads, music and plot... Zinda is a revolutionary attempt to change the cinema industry of Bollywood... That in my opinion is well recognized and respected.

Jay B (ca) wrote: A very childish movie... in the oddest way. With its use of adult language and constant references to its source material, one would think that a grown audience familiar with The Pussycats would be their target. Too bad the story, childish humor and terrible music aim it directly at a youthful demographic that couldn't possibly give two shits.

Katie J (it) wrote: the book was so much better

Alexander L (jp) wrote: The end was predictable.

Marilee A (ca) wrote: I Love this Movie.Miss Moffet changes the literacy of a reluctant Miner Town, & even some of the some of the Elders (who once opposed her) come to her to read & write.She changes Lives, Stone Hearts, & makes a mark on this Welsh Towns thinking & customs, & in particular one exceptional student.

gary t (ca) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that robert hughes, agnetha faltskog, anni frid lyngstad, benny andersson, bjorn ulvaeus play good roles/parts thorughout this movie.....i think that the director of this musical/perfroming arts/comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie....its just a good concert from abba from 1977 during there tour of australia...i think that this is a great movie 2 watch

jackson m (ag) wrote: From a general consensus of Allen's films, emphasis on the word general as I have not seen many, it's quite obvious that Allen creates such likable characters that are quite easy to share an emotional connection with. 'Play it again, Sam' inhabits such energetic and wonderful characters, especially the film critic Allan, who displays the underpinning questions that are constantly questioning cinephiles actions of "The watcher vs the doer". It's an obvious form of prejudice that cinema-goers suffer, well I know I do anyway, I am constantly bombarded by the derogatory comment "why would you want to watch a movie in this weather?". 'Play it again, Sam' expresses these views through the leading character of Allan, and his failings in attempting to share a connection to women.Allan's introduction is a beautiful construction of all cinephile's habits and lust, as Allan is caught in a memorizing state while watching 'cassablanca', furthermore his house is decorated (like my room and I am sure many others would be the same) with all his favorite films, in particulate Humphrey Bogart ones. Allan's idealization of Bogart is obvious, as Bogart represented a man who could attract the opposite sex without the masculine traits. The incorporation of Bogart is displayed hilariously. Bogart, in a sense, works as Allan's doopelganger, continually appearing through Allan's consciousness to lend a hand in how to talk to women midway through a conversation. Furthermore, Allen displays Bogart in the typical fashion, similar to annie hall, of blurring the lines between a first person and third person perspective, as Bogart is simply a form of imagination in Allan, however he is displayed as a literal figure who can only be seen by Allan. While this view of Bogart is hilarious, it's also a characteristic embedded in all movie fans, as we constantly use our imagination to look for inspiration, particularly from our favorite movie characters and the nature they represent.Besides Bogart, there is Allen, who is playing Allan (just had clarify the character name just in case you were questioning why I was spelling 'Allan' and 'Allen) Allen is seriously hilarious with his comedic perfection and physical timing. Consider each sequence when he meets women, the situations are brilliantly farce and displays hilarious anxious actions, especially when he meets Linda's friend at his apartment.As I previously noted, I am displaying my views of Allen's movies from a general consensus, and from the view I have gathered, 'play it again, Sam' once again displays a innovative approach to the common love story that succeeds in providing the laughs, but also provides a brilliant insight and resonance into the cinephile's dilemma and nature.

Matthew S (ru) wrote: Silly, goofy and surreal --- this cult movie carries a certain stupid charm.

Wednesday T (fr) wrote: Very funny, Price was priceless! I loved it when they pointed to things from other movies. And then they survive at the end, too! It's so crazy, I loved it.

Michael T (ag) wrote: Very, very early-60's.

Dean F (de) wrote: If you ever want to see an example of a film completely wasting the abilities of a decent cast, this is your gold standard. It's awful. Is it supposed to be funny? well, it's not. Dramatic? Nope. There is some garbled message about relationships but beyond that, just 2 hours of phone it in acting, poor dialogue, and little else. Scenery is nice though, about the only thing worth watching.