Remember the Titans
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|Opened in Theaters|
|Friday, September 29th, 2000|
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|11 Total Reviews|
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Will Patton and Academy AwardŽ winner Denzel Washington star as high school football coaches who are caught in the middle of integrating a small Virginia town football team in 1971.
thematic elements, and some language
Starring Denzel Washington, Donald Faison, Kip Pardue... View more >
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|by SuthMatt ||Sep 29, 2000|
This was a great movie. It was not just a football movie or another movie about blacks and whites. This was a great combination of both.
All of the actors did a great job and made it really believable. I had high exceptations for this movie and it meet them all.
|by angie ||Oct 3, 2000|
|by sandy ||Oct 4, 2000|
Very moving movie. It will make you happy and make you cry.
You will find yourself cheering them on even if you know nothing about football.
This movie will make you appreciate the time we live in.
Don't miss it!!
|by Esther ||Oct 9, 2000|
This was one of the greatest movie's I've seen this year so far! I give it 2 thumbs up and at least 5 stars!!! It exceeded my expectation of the movie and is a definite must see!
It's an all around movie. Great for date night, family night and night out with the guys or gals! It's definitely worth the cost!
|by Ann D. ||Oct 12, 2000|
This was an excellent movie! It had humor and drama and heart! Do yourself the favor of seeing this one!
|by Liz ||Oct 21, 2000|
I think this movie should be shown across america ! it teaches younger kids about what happened when black people weren't wanted ! And how one very talented man ( denzel washington ) teaches white people that blacks are just as equal as whites and can do exactly what white people can do ! And that everyone should be treated equally !!!
It will help some kids learn that all people are equal and should be treated as they wanted to be treated !! But in all honesty i say that this movie is the best ! and everyone should run out and see it !! And when it comes out buy it !!!!! and always REMEMBER THE TITANS !
|by Rosanne ||Nov 11, 2000|
Remember the Titans is a powerful lesson about the changes that took part in this country when efforts to end segregation began. Denzel Washington's strong protrayal of Coach Herman Boone and the tenacity he demonstrates for that time clearly show the strength needed for those turbulent times.
The true picture of the hatred and bigotry that Boone encountered are probably not even near what he truly encountered. The movie shows, though, that division by race can be eliminated through knowledge. In knowledge, they found strength and equality.
See this now, and you'll want to rent it when it comes out to see it again.
|by abbikus ||Nov 13, 2000|
The is a wonderful movie. It combines the battles of football with the battle of racism in a very thought provoking manor. There's enough football action to keep the sports enthusiast entertained, but not so much as to overshadow the real theme and conflict at hand.
It's a perfect balance of two seemingly unrelated topics. Denzel Washington delivers an excelent performance. This is a must see film, weather on the bigscreen or at home.
|by Jan ||Jan 24, 2001|
This was a great "feel good" movie. I thought Denzel Washington was very convincing in this movie & it really makes you think about your views on racism.
When is Denzel Washington going to be given the attention of the Oscar committee that he so deserves.
"Remember the Titans" is a powerful drama about a football team who comes to grip with the racism that is tearing one northern town apart. Denzel Washington plays the coach of who brought the team, both black and white together to win the championship.
This film had avioded every football sterotype and created characters that you will admire. The film's message is Football is more than just a sport, it's a game of life.