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Golden Shoes (2015)

Not Rated | | Family, Sport | 6 October 2015 (USA)
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With his father missing in action, and his mother critical in hospital, a young boy consoles himself with dreams of playing in the youth soccer league. To do so, he must overcome adult deception, bullying, and his solitude.


Lance Kawas


Lance Kawas (screen play), Norman Koza (story)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Christian Koza ... Christian Larou
David DeLuise ... Coach Dominic
John Rhys-Davies ... Burt
Vivica A. Fox ... Mary
Dina Meyer ... Kathleen Larou
Joshua Morrow ... George Larou
Aedin Mincks ... Julian
John Wesley Shipp ... The President of the United States
Montel Williams ... Mr. Mercury
Eric Roberts ... Frank
Julian Anderson Julian Anderson ... Ed
Gabriel Anderson Gabriel Anderson ... Donald
Evan Kole ... Steve
Mary Wilson ... Mrs. Donna King
Dominic Burgess ... Announcer


In a time when our nation is in need for inspiration, what will it take to pull us together and give us hope? Eight year old Christian Larou (Played by Christian Koza) is about to face the biggest challenge of his life. The hopeful youth is a dreamer, ever since he was a young boy he has dreamed of becoming a great soccer player the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo. Unlike other young boys, Christian believes in his heart and soul, that he can be the best soccer player in the USA and play for the National Youth team. But first, he must overcome the impossible. The Golden Shoes soccer movie is inspired by kids who through their love for sports, find a way to deal with bullying and intolerance. Christian's character is bullied by both children and adults and his friendship with Julian the goalie (Played by Aedin Mincks of Disney's Ant Farm) helps Christian get through these trying times. Could Christian's journey to the top of the soccer world make him the new Cristiano Ronaldo? Will ... Written by Norman Koza

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Dominic Scicluna, of Waza Flo Pro Indoor, from Detroit, Michigan, can be seen coaching the Waza boys team. The movie is set in Michigan. See more »


When the Northern Stars in their yellow jerseys are playing the Pennsylvania Classics, coach Dominic substitutes Christian #11 for Donald #27 (at 0:19:05), but in the ensuing play (at 0:19:22) #27 is still playing for the Northern Stars. See more »

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Don't waste your time
27 July 2020 | by Kirstie_peelSee all my reviews

The overly loud "tragic" music takes over the already dire script and even worse acting! How did the kid get the starring role? Its not his acting skills that's for sure. Honestly worst film I've even seen.

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