In 1966, Texas Western coach Don Haskins led the first all-black starting line-up for a college basketball team to the NCAA national championship.
What lessons did you learn from this story (theme/moral)? What do you think others will learn from it?
I learned that no matter the odds you have to keep fighting and working towards your dreams. When obstacles come up you gota find your why and show your stronger then the obstacles.
What group of people would like this movie? Who would you recommend it to? Who would you not recommend it to?
I would recommend the movie glory road to sport fans and sport players- especially basketball fans and basketball players. The clear reason being due to the fact that it is a basketball sort of movie. however, I would also extremely recommended it to the ones that like sports
What is your final word on the film: Is it good or bad?
I think believe this is a great movie. sure, on paper it is just a sport movie, but it is so much more then just a simple sport movie. first of all, it is a sport movie however it is a family movie, overcoming the odds movie and a team work/ team unity sort of movie. it is inspiring to realize that it is a true story, one that I didn’t really know was a true story. It amazes me to find out each of the real-life version cast members backstories, their path- personally and as a team- to overcome their past mistakes and hardships all the way to succeeding with the one the thing no one said they could ever do.
I give the movie glory road a 7 rating