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Good Netflix Football Movie to Recommend

PerroGrandePerroGrande Posts: 6,131 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Title: Greater. It's not new, but it is new to Netflix and a good movie about SEC football. HotRod will come to mind for more than one reason, with some of the rags to riches story of Blindside, a lot of tragedy, philosophy, and religion. It will make you a Razorback for a couple of hours and if you actually remember some of the teams, coaches, and players from the late 90's you will enjoy it more because it is a true story. IMO, it is tough to make football scenes realistic with actors, but they did a decent job. They mixed some real scenes in and the actor ends up looking like Brandon by the end of the movie. The most impressive thing about this kid was that he did all of the football stuff--remaking his body composition, learning schemes, and rising to becoming a 1st team All-American while he also got a masters degree. He was a permanent resident on the SEC academic honor roll during the whole time.


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