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Classic 80's film, an homage to anyone who wishes they could still get out there and play
Kurt Russell is at his best as the man who lives off his past glories, Reno Hightower. Robin Williams is his polar opposite in a rare low key performance as Jack Dundee. He dropped the Big Pass in more ways than one.
You'll see some of the most quotable scenes ever put into one film, as Jack hisses at a rat, Reno poses, and the call of the caribou goes out.
Don't miss this classic that isn't scared to show football in the mud the way it should be played (note to the NFL).
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