When a high school football star is suddenly stricken with irreversible total blindness, he must decide whether to live a safe handicapped life or bravely return to the life he once knew and the sport he still loves.
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On the game winning play of the biggest game of his life, the best High School Football player in the nation injures his knee and destroys his dreams of a college and professional career. But fifteen years later, he receives the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to go back and change history. Written by
When Scott wakes up in his old truck. If the engine runs out of gas the ignition light will come on. when the camera pans to the cluster, the ignition light is off. See more »
Gentlemen, some players have talent, others have heart, but tonight I've seen players with talent who I didn't know had any, and others that have heart who I thought only had talent. The quality and standard of your life will not be determined by how well you play football, but by how well you confront adversity. Attitude! Gentlemen, if you keep playing like this I promise you, you will leave this field winners. Get in here.
... That is what I am talking about.
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I really enjoyed this movie. I watch it with three other people 21, 25 and 57 year old. The acting was good, music was good, story line was good. I would recommend this movie to any age group. I like that fact the movie brings up a question. The question is, What is important in life? If you had a do over what would guide your decisions? What would you change or not change in your do over? The movie ask, 15 years after high school what would you do if you had a do over in high school? Would you do everything exactly the same? Would you change things this time around do to your experiences? Would you treat people differently? How important is money, wealth, material items? What is really important in life?
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