We Are Marshall
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Conventional football drama doesn't quite score.
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Rotten: McConaughey campily channels Jon Stewart channeling George W. Bush for his impersonation of Lengyel.
- Brandon Fibbs, BrandonFibbs.com, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Fresh: What allows We Are Marshall to stand above many of the other 2006 sports movies is both the undeniable power of the story itself and the strong ensemble McG gathered to tell it.
- Brian Tallerico, UGO, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Fresh: A sentimental, simplistically inspiring movie that leans heavily on Matthew McConaughey's substantial energy and charisma for its success.
- Brian Webster, Apollo Guide, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Well, I'm a little surprise that this movie about football can get some star for the cast... I think just Matthew McConaughey the star in this movie, but they can get Matthew Fox and David Straithairn too.. Actually, the story based on a true story usually get predicted too easy... The story which is from zero to hero stills work for the box office run... But I think Matthew Conaughey is a wrong cast for this movie... He try to make this movie a comedy, but the truth that this movie is a drama... It just don't work in this movie, he really can't get serious in this movie... I think that Matthew Fox played better than him... And David Straithairn too... And kind of disturbing is they added the clip from the past in the middle of the movie... It just don't clear who is playing in the movie and who isn't... If the coach not Matthew Conaughey, maybe someone else I think this movie can do a lot better... He just don't fit for that role...
- ajaymuthecooldevils, Tuesday, June 3, 2008
I personall though it was sweet. Mathew Mcaughnahey is a good actor, the plot was great for 20 minutes but then became another football movie. It was a fun, classy movie and is I really liked it.
- DreamExtractor, Wednesday, April 13, 2011