We Are Marshall
Drama • PG • 2006 • 2 hr 4 min
This is in everyone’s top 5 favorite sports movies. It’s not just a sports movie though, it’s so much more! 10/10 if I could give that!
Mcconaughey delivers an amazing performance with other great cast members as well. They truly bring this story to life.
A great true story about a broken down town from a plane crash that killed their football team
Such a good movie! I had to do more research after watching because I wanted to know more about the story this is based off of.
The power of sport such a powerful story made in to a good movie
Good football movie, very inspirational! McConaughey does a great job as the coach!
Alright alright alright. You can tell he loves sports cause his heart is on his sleeve the whole way. Great story.
A nice feel-good film. A lot of great performances. I understand why many people turn to this movie when they are feeling down.
A good movie about one of the greatest tragedies in sports
They did a good job telling a difficult story. Thought the acting was solid in a movie that could have turned Cheesy so easily.
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