VPD Glory Road

4.73 / 5
4.73 / 5 star rating
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This movie was great! In 1965 Don Haskins went on a recruiting spree for the most talented regardless of their race. 5 caucasians and 7 African Americans later, they take on the great Kentucky state team and win! They proved everyone wrong against insurmountable odds. It’s a terrific movie!
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Glory Road's strength is the way in which it blends social awareness into the sports genre. It does this better than Remember the Titans. The earlier film soft-peddled racism. Glory Road is surprisingly hard-hitting for a PG-rated film. Not only do we get ugly scenes of players being physically and verbally assaulted (including a bathroom bushwhack and racial epithets scrawled in red on the walls of a motel room), but there's a sense of unease any time the black players enter a "white" establishment. Even when violence does not occur, the potential is thick in the air, and first-time director James Gartner does a solid job conveying the tension.
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5 / 5
This game its linda borring but also fun if u high and want to chill all night and drink


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