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Reggie's Prayer (1996)

Not Rated | | Drama, Sport | 24 January 1997 (USA)
White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he... See full summary »

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Cylk Cozart ...
Assistant Coach
Allan Creel ...
Dr. Richardson
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Stadium Announcer
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Janitor
Mark Friedrichsen ...
Det. Handley
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Rev. Jeremiah Knox
Willie Halliburton ...
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Mike Holmgren ...
Janitor
Keith Jackson ...
Assistant Coach
Rick Jensen ...
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SiSi A. Johnson ...
Yvette Fess (as SiSi Johnson)
Wesley Johnson ...
Ben
Melba Joyce ...
Esther Mae Fess
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White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he befriends a troubled student. Written by Anonymous

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In a world that needed heroes, Reggie Knox was a champion.

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24 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Reggie imája  »

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$2,600,000 (estimated)
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Soundtrack Available on Big Doggie Records
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Could be the best sports movie ever
27 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

With catchy lines like, ''What, you've never been constipated?'' and visuals of Reggie carrying a lamb for no reason, Field of Dreams has nothing on this movie. This should be a staple at any local video store, not just at Christian bookstores. Warning: The movie does have a shocking opening, which left us wondering if the DVD contained some kind of preview. It wasn't. Instead, it was decisively the best start to a movie in any genre. This film could have been about 30 minutes shorter, but, hey, the English Patient could have been two hours shorter and it still won a ton of awards. This film's lack of recognition really is surprising. My only regret is that it took me 10 years for find this title.


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