Remember the Titans


Based on true events which took place at the time of ''bussing'' in America. When a local high school is forced to integrate, it gets a black man as the new chief football coach. The film follows his first year in the job, as he enters the hostile environment and moulds a winning team out of the white and black players, who hate each other at first.


113 minutes.
All ages .
Drama, Family movie, Male conflict & bonding

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Credits

Cast
Denzel Washington, Will Patton, Wood Harris, Ryan Hurst, Donald Adeosun Faison, Craig Kirkwood, Ethan Suplee, Kip Pardue, Hayden Panettiere
Director
Boaz Yakin
ScreenplayGregory Allen Howard
MusicTrevor Rabin
CinematographyPhilippe Rousselot
Sound formatsDolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS
SoundtrackAvailable
SA distributor Ster-Kinekor
Made in2000
Produced byJerry Bruckheimer Films, Technical Black, Walt Disney Productions (aka Walt Disney Pictures)

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Ratings

Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

The Moviesite
Ian Douglas
15
Cape Argus
Owen Williams
10
Cape Argus
Adrian Monteath
10
The Star
Janine Walker
14
Die Burger
Hammelie Booyens
10
Sunday Times
Barry Ronge
15
Rapport
Paul Boekkooi
12
eye Weekly
Catharine Tunnacliffe
10
Box Office
Francesca Dinglasan
8
ReelViews
James Berardinelli
15
Total Film
Ceri Thomas
15
Film Review
Joe Nazzarro
5
Uncut
Chris Roberts
20

What the People say

Internet
1835 Netizens
16

Average .. 63%

13

Visitor Ratings

Scale (Max)20
Joseph Still (40) 20
Kellie Gin (15) 20

Average .. 100%

20

Visitor Comments

Ian Douglas: Yes, the storyline is somewhat cliched and has been done to death by Hollywood. However this film is saved by several things, being based on real people and real events, with a great script and sterling performances all round. It is character-driven, with most action taking place off the field (I was dreading Yet Another American Football Movie, but my fears were groundless). And oh yeah, a star is born... she is about 9 years old and her name is Hayden Panettiere. She lights up the screen and steals every scene she appears in. Remember the name :-). And take plenty of tissues!

Joseph Still (40): Hard hitting, true, necessary and still a lesson many need to learn today.

Kellie Gin (15): This was a very moving movie. I have watched it several times and never tire of it and it's meaning. Great movie with a great story and message.






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