Comedy • PG • 1993 • 1 hr 38 min
Heartwarming movie that fits a simple disney template. The performances of John Candy & Malik Yoba elevate this movie for me.
I used to watch all the time growing up it's such a fun movie and love the songs that go with it
This is a lovable, but overlooked movie. It’s based on a true story. I’ve seen it several times, which is more than I can say for others.
Fun movie, great script with a cool story and message. It’s definitely a good one to watch when you’re looking for a good laugh
My favourite sports movie! Inspiring and funny
Great family flick about Jamaicas first bobsled team. Funny and heartwarming.
After a hot vindaloo I could only pray that my shits were cool and running, but they were hot and solid for some reason, great movie
It's an enjoyable movie that manages to get a few good laughs out of me. And honestly you can never go wrong with John Candy!
It's hard not to like this feel-good dramatization of this story, which is also well-made, considering the two very different settings.
A great true story and a stellar comedy.
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