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Brian Banks

Brian Banks is a movie starring Aldis Hodge, Greg Kinnear, and Sherri Shepherd. A football player's dreams to play in the NFL are halted when he is wrongly convicted and sent to prison. Years later, he fights to clear his name...

Other Titles
ブライアン・バンクス, Brian Banks: nunca es tarde
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Sport, Biography
Tom Shadyac
Doug Atchison
Greg Kinnear, Sherri Shepherd, Melanie Liburd, Aldis Hodge
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A football player's dreams to play in the NFL are halted when he is wrongly convicted and sent to prison. Years later, he fights to clear his name within an unjust system.

Comments about drama «Brian Banks» (11)

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Jeremy H.

I really enjoyed this film. I don't know how the director managed to capture the tension and the tension that was felt in the game, but I am sure it was a difficult task. I was very impressed by the performances, especially the ones by the two main characters. They really did a great job, especially as it was almost impossible to see what was happening on the screen. I really enjoyed the fact that the director did not have a lot of dialogue, so the dialogue was the main focus of the movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys sports movies.

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Amber R.

A great film about a great man. As a sports fan, this movie has touched me and made me think. I have seen this movie 3 times and it is still the best film i have ever seen. I will not be able to get out of my mind about it. The characters are amazing and the acting is outstanding. It is a must see for any sports fan. I have seen it 3 times and will buy it when it comes out on DVD. I was never a fan of the cast and they are amazing. Kevin Costner has to be the greatest actor ever. I have never seen a film like this one. If you have ever seen this movie you have seen it all.

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Jacob Larson

One of the best films of the year, so far. I saw it twice and then saw it again on television. After the second viewing I couldn't believe the film was so well made. It was so moving, so realistic. The performance of Don Cheadle was amazing. He deserves all the awards he gets. He plays a boxer so well, he is one of my favorite actors and I think he deserves an Oscar for his performance in "The Fighter". Also, I have not seen Kevin Costner since he was on "Battlestar Galactica" and I think that was the best show he has ever been in. He deserved that award for that movie. I have not seen Ben Affleck since "Good Will Hunting", but he is really good. "The Fighter" is the best boxing film of the year so far. I think it is very good. It deserves an Oscar. Overall, it is a great film. I recommend it to everybody.

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Eric Diaz

Here we are in 2013 and we still have the same arguments that we had in 1996 when they released this movie and they still have a point. I have always found their reasoning a bit too cliche and some of their logic isn't too far-fetched. But this is still a great film. The film was directed by Michael Mann, a director that has done some great films in his career but I think this one is the best. It is not the best he has done but it is a good film. I think it is one of the best films of the year and the year 2001. It is not a perfect film but it is good. It has a great cast and some great acting. Gary Oldman is excellent as always and he is also the best actor in the film. The supporting cast includes Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Lopez, Bill Murray and more. This is a good film and I recommend it to everyone.

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I watched this film several years ago, and remembered it as a classic of that generation. My dad said he found it in a video store and rented it. My younger brother also found it in a video store and bought it. I wanted to watch it again, but I didn't. So, when I was browsing through the video store, I saw a rare TV version of it. I remembered the ending so I rented it. I never did watch it until last week, and my opinion of the film was pretty much the same. I wasn't very impressed. I mean, it was still a pretty good film. But the ending was really predictable. But it was still good. It was good to see Will Smith in a supporting role. But it was really sad to see him in a supporting role in a bad film. Even though he was good in the film, his acting was really bad. I don't know what was wrong with his acting. It seemed like he was trying to act too hard. But the biggest problem with the film was it was just too predictable. There was no suspense. The whole film was just to predict the outcome. Even when the film got close to the end, it was just like, "Oh, this is it." I mean, this film could have been so good. The whole film had great acting, and good special effects. But the ending just wasn't good. It was just too predictable. I give it an 8/10.

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Jack J.

This film is a two-parter, a trilogy, because there is a beginning, middle and end, but in order to fully appreciate it, you need to watch the first two parts. The story, if you want to call it that, is a journey of two men, Jack (James Gandolfini) and Danny (Richard Gere) as they attempt to conquer a sport in the United States that is illegal in the United States. It is the tale of an underdog, an underdog team, a coach who has to survive the storm of the sports world. It is an incredible journey that is all about the personal struggles of these two men, the difficulties they face and the journey that they have to make to achieve success. The story starts in New York City, where Danny is competing for the $100,000 prize money that he won in the wrestling competition. He then moves on to the United States and the sports world. It is a journey of personal growth, of overcoming and adapting, of staying true to yourself, of doing the right thing and always sticking to the rules, of accepting criticism and criticism of the game. Jack (James Gandolfini) on the other hand is a retired champion, a coach who has been struggling to keep up with the times. He is the quintessential coach that we have all seen in sports movies, a man who is looking for the next big thing, a man who is capable of giving his all in the competition and staying true to himself, he wants to be a success, a successful coach. Jack is more prepared than Danny, so he decides to compete in the World Championship Wrestling in the United States. It is a journey to the top, a journey to becoming a champion, to conquer a sport that is illegal, but that is an incredible journey. The two men have to adapt to the cultural and social changes that they are going to have to live with in the US. The end of the film shows that the two men have found each other, in spite of their past, in spite of their differences, in spite of their mistakes and failures, in spite of the obstacles that they have faced. In the end, they realise that they have been through so much that they have learnt to live with and forgive each other, and that they have come to terms with their past and learnt to forgive and forgive. It is a perfect ending to a wonderful film, in which two men find the strength and courage to overcome obstacles and in which a coach learns to embrace his failures and succeed. It is a film that is rich in symbolism and symbolism in this film is a part of the narrative. It is not just a sports movie, it is a movie that deals with many themes, that deals with the injustice of the world, with injustice in the sport world, with a lack of respect for other people's personal choices and morals, with the need for change and with a personal journey that is almost as important as the movie itself.

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Jesse S.

This movie is a perfect blend of sports and movie making. The sports scenes are done very well and are not distracting. The movie is also very well done. The characters are well developed and have great depth. The sports scenes are very realistic and show the intensity of the players and their passion for the sport. The movie is very well acted, very well directed and a good story. The only bad part about the movie is that it is not as good as it could have been. I think it could have been better if it had a better story, a better score and more characters. I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Donna C.

I saw this movie about a year ago on HBO. I was very excited to see it, but I have to admit that I was a little disappointed. The story was great and the acting was great. But I thought it was missing something. It was a little too long. The movie was longer than it needed to be. I also felt that the main character, Josh Brolin, was a little too much of a "f*ckboy" for my liking. I don't know if it was because he was playing a real life person, but I just didn't like that he was such a stereotypical "hero". I also thought that the movie did a terrible job of showing the fans and the media in a positive light. I think the movie should have been more about the fans and the media. It could have been a great movie about the fans, but instead, it was about the media and the fans. The only thing I really liked about the movie was the ending. It was really emotional and touching. I think that the ending was perfect. I don't think that this movie was a perfect movie, but it was good enough for me to recommend it to anyone.

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Paul Martin

I remember watching this movie in high school, and thinking it was just OK. But then I watched it again, and it still seemed good, but I'm not sure how to put my feelings into words. It's an interesting story, and well-made. There's a pretty good sense of humor. The movie is a little slow at times, but it keeps you interested and watching. I think the best part of the movie is the music. It's not very good, but it adds to the atmosphere of the movie. I really liked this movie, and I recommend it to people who are into movies that are a little slow, but have a good sense of humor. It's an 8/10 for me.

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After the sinking of the Titanic, the American public had to deal with the worst disaster in the history of mankind. The film, which is based on the true story of the sinking of the Titanic, tells the events leading up to the fateful event. This is a great film because of the depth of it's research and the incredible accuracy of the movie. The film is a great example of the difference between a documentary and a film. This is a great movie for families and it is a great movie for people of all ages. This is a must see for any person that has ever lost a loved one to a disaster.

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I love football, and this film focuses on one of my favorite sports. The screenplay was decent, the acting was excellent. I love watching football on television, and I love how these two main characters were really played by actors who had a lot of respect for each other. I also love how they could make a huge deal out of a minor thing like the pitcher being the king of the field, but could just as easily turn it into a major problem. I especially liked how the player who had the conversation with the doctor about the positive role of religion in life was not really a religious person. He was just talking about how he was going to talk about that later in the movie, which was kind of a cool touch. I don't know what the director's goal was, but it seemed like the movie was trying to be inspirational, and also to make a point that maybe you shouldn't be too religious. It had a couple of things that were unrealistic, like how easy it would be to come back from a torn ACL. But other than that, I thought it was very well done. I recommend it to anyone who is into football or anyone who loves watching sports.