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Olympic Dreams is a movie starring Nick Kroll, Alexi Pappas, and Gus Kenworthy. In the Olympic Athlete Village, a young cross-country skier bonds with a volunteer doctor after her competition ends.

Genres
Romance, Sport, Comedy
Director
Jeremy Teicher
Starring
Nick Kroll, Morgan Schild, Alexi Pappas, Gus Kenworthy

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Genres Romance, Sport, Comedy
Director Jeremy Teicher
Writer Jeremy Teicher, Alexi Pappas, Nick Kroll
Stars Nick Kroll, Morgan Schild, Alexi Pappas, Gus Kenworthy
Country South Korea, USA
Runtime 1 h 25 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 In the Olympic Athlete Village, a young cross-country skier bonds with a volunteer doctor after her competition ends.

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Saturday, 10 Oct 2020 18:08

When a reporter (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) visits an Olympic team, she learns how difficult it is to obtain a job there. She feels she is not well suited to the Olympics as she is not an athlete. However, she feels she has come to the conclusion that she is not right for the job. This helps her achieve her dream job. The reporter then meets an extremely young professional who learns that she can not apply for the Olympic Team because she is pregnant. The reporter teaches the young professional a lesson by being in the news, and although it ends in the end, the young reporter actually becomes a pioneer for women's rights in Olympic sports. This film was directed by Paul H. Anderson and stars Dennis Quaid, Rosie O'Donnell, and Jessica Walter. It is an enjoyable film, but I did not find it to be outstanding. The casting is the strong point of the film and they are all right. The writing is average but there are some funny scenes in the film. The film has a good ensemble cast but it was not made to appeal to the masses. The film is filled with very funny scenes that are lighthearted and touching. However, it is a very light hearted film that does not have a lot of depth to it. My favorite scene in the film is a scene involving a woman named Susanna (played by Rosie O'Donnell) and a woman named Moll (played by Jessica Walter). Both of the ladies find it extremely difficult to get along with each other as well as with the people they work with. After she finds out that Moll is a married woman, she becomes incredibly angry at Moll for being married and has the opportunity to change Moll into a less unpleasant woman. The scene is hilarious and also lighthearted. Overall, I found this to be a pretty good film. It was not a blockbuster film but it was definitely a fun movie to watch. I rate this film 7/10.
Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020 14:44

During the course of this film I had the chance to view and discuss with people who thought it was a great movie and why. There are many who agreed with that, but I had the opportunity to listen to several discussions that seemed to disagree and do not seem to understand how the film could be perceived. At first, I thought it was supposed to be about the IOC, the coaches, and the criteria for competing. I am not sure. I do know that the IOC is not a co-lead actor, nor does it explain how the Olympic dreams of so many people could be "stuck" for so many years. There are many who would agree that the coaches should be the ones who cause this problem, and I am not sure that it should be the athletes. It is not about winning Olympic medals. Rather, it is about the athletes' emotions. That is the problem with the film. The way it is presented, a psychologist and a coach get together and discuss the issue of how the ideal athlete would have to feel when faced with the Olympic dream. It is not clear how the two of them would feel, which is how they feel when they are on the Olympic stage. That makes it seem that the psychologists are the ones who cause the problem, and that the coach is just an enabler. I also noticed that the film does not have many meaningful moments. The film seems to have an "urgency" to make the audience feel something. That is not my feeling. Rather, I felt that it was a one-way conversation between the psychologist and the coach. That is why I had a problem with the film. That was why I did not care for the film. I only saw it because I was interested in some of the people who took part in it. There are many like that in the world and they were able to share with me their thoughts and experiences, which is why I like to watch films. I like to hear the opinions and experiences of those who I consider are like me.
Saturday, 29 Aug 2020 02:17

I knew little about this movie when it was first announced, and I was excited by the film's vague plot. I could see that this film was going to be quite a toned-down dramatic love story, with the romantic elements being minimalized to a point that a couple of them would be realistic. I was wrong. This is more of a comedy than a drama, and that's not really a bad thing. And for that matter, it's a wonderful, warm-hearted, emotional, and witty film. I still can't explain how utterly captivated I was with the characters, but they all seemed like real people, complete with flaws and qualities, and I found myself having a good time watching them move around in the moment. I know this is a cliche, but I still found myself smiling throughout the film, for better or worse. This film doesn't take itself seriously, and that's really refreshing, considering what the majority of films nowadays are taking themselves seriously. But that's not to say this film is not dramatic. It's definitely a drama, but it's a well-written, well-acted drama. There is a lot of action in the film, and it's done with style. I liked the way they filmed the action, and I thought it worked really well, not like how it felt in the movie, but more like how I would like it to be. I don't know if there are any real spoilers, but I won't be saying anything because I don't want to ruin the movie for anybody. I do know that I'm going to watch this film again and again, and I think it will be better the second time around. If I could give the film 10 stars, I would.


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