Aroview: Tackling the subject of American football with trademark fervour, a mix of film stocks and some frantic editing, Oliver Stone delivers a front-row-like taste of the brutal action in detailing the struggle of the once-mighty 'Miami Sharks'.
Plagued by a losing streak and off-field politics, Dennis Quaid, Aaron Eckhart, and LL Cool J take the pressure centre field, while shouting from the sidelines are hard-bitten coach Al Pacino, ball-breaking club owner Cameron Diaz and afflicted team doctor James Woods. This director's cut contains six minutes of additional footage not in the theatrical version.
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4 stars (Very Good) A frenetic portrayal of life on and off the American Football field, this Oliver Stone picture is fast-paced with snappy dialogue, interesting visual style, good performances from a varied cast, and insight to all the backstage dirty laundry of the sport. ~Tom H
2 stars (Good Try) American Football is well known for its lack of action on the field so to make this drama exciting the characters are depicted as loudmouths and motormouths. ~tubbs
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