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Overcomer is a movie starring Shari Rigby, Aryn Wright-Thompson, and Alex Kendrick. A high-school basketball coach volunteers to coach a troubled teen in long-distance running.

Sport, Family, Drama
Alex Kendrick
Shari Rigby, Cameron Arnett, Aryn Wright-Thompson, Alex Kendrick

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Genres Sport, Family, Drama
Director Alex Kendrick
Writer Alex Kendrick, Stephen Kendrick
Stars Shari Rigby, Cameron Arnett, Aryn Wright-Thompson, Alex Kendrick
Country USA
Also Known As Correre per ricominciare, Vencedor, Biegnij i zwyciężaj, Mais Que Vencedores, Vencedores, Nincs akadály, 赦しのちから
Runtime 1 h 59 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Life changes overnight for Coach John Harrison when his high school basketball team and state championship dreams are crushed under the weight of unexpected news. When the largest manufacturing plant shuts down and hundreds of families leave their town, John questions how he and his family will face an uncertain future. After reluctantly agreeing to coach cross-country, John and his wife, Amy, meet an aspiring athlete who's pushing her limits on a journey toward discovery. Inspired by the words and prayers of a new-found friend, John becomes the least likely coach helping the least likely runner attempt the impossible in the biggest race of the year.

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Friday, 31 Jul 2020 17:11

If there was ever a film to watch if you want to be entertained, this is it. The premise is an interesting one: an undefeated champion and his hated rival having to battle it out in a tournament. The story unfolds at a steady pace, with the characters never getting too far apart from each other. This film is definitely not for the faint-hearted. The strength of the film lies in the relationship between its two main characters, with the rival gaining a lot more sympathy than the winner. A lot of the film's emotional impact is due to the overall emotional connection between these two characters. The music is great as well, and the cinematography is great. The cast is great. Frances McDormand is one of my favorite actors, and he is perfect for the role of the loser. He is convincing in his role, and you can't help but root for him. Alan Arkin is wonderful in his role as the rival, and he is the perfect foil to McDormand's character. The character of the winner, however, is a bit of a disappointment, in that he's not quite as interesting or as sympathetic as McDormand's character. The supporting characters are also very good, particularly the wife and the daughter of the loser. The only thing I didn't like about the film was that I didn't find the final fight very exciting or well-executed. The final battle is very brief, and it's not really as much of a payoff as the other parts of the film. The script is very well written, and the performances are really well done. This film is definitely worth watching, and it's definitely one of the better films of 2006.
Friday, 01 May 2020 09:40

It's one thing to make a movie about sports and then make a movie about sports in general, but it's another thing to have a movie about sports in general that's not about sports. "King of the Hill" has been made in this way. I just didn't really care for it. It had the feel of a sports movie. The story seemed like it was written by a person who has never watched a hockey game. I know that it's not the same as a hockey movie, but that's just how it felt. I was also annoyed by the fact that the people in the movie were all white and the hockey team was all black. The story of the movie is about a black guy named King (Bobby Reed), who is the best hockey player in town. King is surrounded by a bunch of white people who all look like they have been living in a parallel universe. He and his team try to win the state championship and they win, but when they go to the airport to take off, they are all given tickets to the games being played in the nearby state championship. When King is forced to go to a rival state championship, he's told that he's going to be the captain of his team. The only way he can win that title is to play against the coach of the rival team. King gets angry at this and becomes the leader of his team. The only problem is that this guy is a black guy who's going to have to go against a black coach. The movie never really explained why King was the best player in town, but it did have the feel of a sports movie. When it was over, I wanted to watch it again. I thought it was going to be good, but it just wasn't. I think it's better that it's not a hockey movie. It's not that I hate hockey, but I don't like it that much. I know that it's a movie that's made for hockey fans, but I would have liked it if it was a movie about hockey in general. It's not a bad movie, but it's not really a good movie. I give it a C-.

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