The football team jesse is on is terrible, after the death of his father Jesse quits the team. Then angels come to help the team get better and nobody can see them but Jesse's little ... See full summary »
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The football team jesse is on is terrible, after the death of his father Jesse quits the team. Then angels come to help the team get better and nobody can see them but Jesse's little brother. Written by
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It's rare that a sequel is as good or better than the original, but "Angels in the Endzone" is certainly that. It's the story of a boy who loses interest in football after his father dies, but regains his love of the game with help from on high. A fine cast featuring Christopher Lloyd and future "Hero" Jack Coleman headline this film that, while less lighthearted than "Angels in the Outfield", is more emotionally satisfying.
The director coaxes very believable and heartwarming performances from the younger stars, and the football sequences are much more believable than most bigger budget films.
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