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McFarland USA

A struggling coach and teacher who has been had to move around for different incidents in his career finally comes to one of the poorest cities in America- McFarland, California. There he discovers buried potential among several high school boys and slowly turns them into championship runners and brings them closer than even he could ever imagine.


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Rated PG
129 minutes





REVIEW:
Fantastic!
I love movies that are based on real events. They are usually most inspirational and often the most interesting to watch. This movie fit everything I expected and more.
The triumph the boys experienced as they succeeded and gained self confidence was beautiful to watch. 
You do need tissues on hand for a couple of moments, but for the most part, the film is upbeat.
This is a movie to watch with the family, provided your kids are not too small. The family could enjoy this movie together, as it's a Disney film, you know it has wholesome viewing material.
I love this movie and know it's one I will watch again and again. You should definitely see it too! 

5/5

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  1. could be a family movie

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  2. Definitely looking forward to seeing this one. My daughter runs cross country and track, and she is excited for this movie.

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    1. She will definitely love it, and I think you will too!

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  3. Oooh I will be checking this out, given that I'm a big Kevin Costner fan. Glad to see this is a family movie too. I think my boys will enjoy this!

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  4. Looks one to look out for! I hope it comes Down Under soon!

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