The Longshots

The Longshots

DVD - 2008
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Based on the true story of a young girl who becomes the first quarterback in the history of a football league's team, and leads her team to a championship in their hometown.
Publisher: [Santa Monica, Calif.] : Genius Products, LLC, 2008.
Edition: Widescreen ed.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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violet_swan_366
Jun 17, 2017

The Longshots is a great inspiring movie about a man (Ice Cube) teaching girl the love of football, and a girl (Keke Palmer) learning it. LOVE this movie, remember watching it when i was about 5-7. LOVED it and I STILL DO!!!!!!!

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Tono777
Mar 31, 2016

Funny Movie

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joseph
May 15, 2009

Good – Longshots (2008) 94 min. This is based on a true story of Jasmine Plummer who, at the age of eleven, became the first female to play in the U.S. Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history. The charm from this film is in the actors themselves and the wonderful story of finding one’s way. Keke Palmer [who was 15 years old at the time] plays Jasmine and gives a wonderful sincere performance – you can’t help but feel emotionally attached to this character. Ice Cube, who starred in the dismal “Are We Done Yet? (2007)” a year earlier, shines in this film as a sympathetic unemployed factory worker, who’s football dreams were cut short after an accident. The film works on many levels as a drama and as a sports movie. It’s wonderful to note in this story how God guides those that seem lost onto a path that will ultimately provide them fulfilment through others.

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