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Most Valuable Players (2010)

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Documentary about the Freddy Awards, similar to Broadway's Tony Awards, that gives high school musical theater geeks one night of the year to shine in a Pennsylvania town that devotes all its resources to high school sports.

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Across the USA, high school sports are regularly lavished with funding, publicity and scholarships, while the theater kids struggle to put on the school musical hoping for some attention of their own. But in the sports crazy Lehigh Valley, PA, the theater kids are given one night of the year to take center stage. Illustrating that the performing arts encourage the same teamwork, camaraderie and confidence as sports, MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS culminates with a race to the Freddy Awards - the "Super Bowl" of high school musical theater. Written by Anonymous

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Premiered on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network on September 8, 2011 as part of the OWN Documentary Club. See more »

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The Most Enjoyable Documentary I Have Ever Seen!
21 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I so thoroughly enjoyed "Most Valuable Players" that I hope I can do it justice in my review. I had already read reviews and knew it was a "feel good" movie and that it was about performing arts and musical theater set in Pennsylvania. I am not one that usually seeks out a documentary, I prefer stories with a script as I generally find those to be more engaging. I can throw that mentality out the window after seeing this film. There wasn't a moment in which you weren't completely engaged in it, waiting to see what would happen next. I honestly feel that anyone would love it, not only those who are fans of theater or musicals. Everyone could find a reason (or two of three) to fall in love with it, it just makes you feel good about people and the extraordinary things they can accomplish. The people in this film are real, not actors, and are as unique, funny and exceptional as any A-list celebrity I have ever paid to see in a film. I will be very shocked and disappointed if this film doesn't get distributed nationally. It's just THAT good!


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