In order to make his legal problems disappear, ANTHONY VALENTINE agrees to form an amateur men's street hockey team and represent his home town in a state-wide tournament. Although he sees ... See full summary »

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John E. Vitali ...
Anthony
Susan Blake ...
Sandy
Robert Pascucci ...
Red
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Sarge
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Lemonski
Bryan Donoghue ...
Rantz
Jamie Lokoff ...
Spade
Claudio Baccile ...
Dave
Claire Furia Smith ...
JIm's Wife
Monique Marissa Lukens ...
Emma
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Thug #1
Dann Furia ...
Furia
Terrence Gehr ...
Anthony's Father
Rodney Gray ...
Rude Customer
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In order to make his legal problems disappear, ANTHONY VALENTINE agrees to form an amateur men's street hockey team and represent his home town in a state-wide tournament. Although he sees this as an opportunity to keep the old gang together, the old gang does not, and very reluctantly plays along half heartedly, until one of their teammates is killed in an auto accident. Suddenly the young men feel a sense of loyalty, bond together to become better friends than they ever were, and make a pact to play this tournament in honor of their deceased buddy. With the hometown behind them and a fallen brother watching down, the team strives for the title, not knowing that, win or lose, they've already become champions. Written by justin deni <justind73@hotmail.com

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Big Hearts Do Big Things

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Such a cool feeling.
19 September 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to see this film at one of its first (If not THE first) screenings before it was marketed, at the Pitman Broadway Theater film festival. I must say it's a really neat feeling to go into a video store, see a movie that a bunch of guys who make movies just like you from your local area gets a finished product of what they love to do.

The Demo Crew is a nice story about a man trying to reform by making a hockey team. It's a great character study on friendship and comittment. While my comment my comment may not be very elaborate I just think it's important to say that these guys worked with what they had from a low budget and made a finished product which stemed from their imagination. I think it's a really worthwhile experience to have something like that happen for you.

Great job guys. Hope to see more in the future.


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