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    Leatherheads

    Leatherheads

    • Year Released: 2008
    Leatherheads is a 2008 American sports comedy film from Universal Pictures directed by and starring George Clooney. The film also stars Renée Zellweger, Jonathan Pryce, and John Krasinski and focuses on the early years of professional American football. Jimmy "Dodge" Connelly (George Clooney) is captain of the Duluth Bulldogs, a struggling professional American football team circa 1925. Dodge is determined to save both his team and pro football in general when the players lose their sponsor and the league is on the brink of collapse. He convinces Princeton University's college football star, Carter "the Bullet" Rutherford, to join the Bulldogs, hoping to capitalize on Carter's fame as a decorated hero of the First World War (like Alvin York, he single-handedly captured a large group of German soldiers). In addition to his legendary tales of combat heroism, Carter has dashing good looks and unparalleled speed and skill on the field. As a result of his presence, both the Bulldogs and pro football in general begin to prosper. Chicago Tribune newspaper reporter Lexie Littleton becomes the object of the affections of both Dodge and Carter. Lexie has been assigned to find proof that
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    Radio

    Radio

    • Year Released: 2003
    Radio, released October 2003, is a film directed by Mike Tollin that is based on the true story of T. L. Hanna High School football coach Harold Jones (Ed Harris) and a mentally challenged young man James Robert "Radio" Kennedy (Cuba Gooding, Jr.). Also starring Debra Winger and Alfre Woodard, it was inspired by the 1996 Sports Illustrated article "Someone to Lean On" by Gary Smith. James Robert Kennedy (born October 14, 1946 in Anderson, South Carolina, USA), grew up fascinated by radios. His nickname, Radio, was given to him by townspeople because of the radio he carried everywhere he went. He still attends T. L. Hanna High School and helps coach the football team and the basketball team. He is known to ask students before football games, "We gonna get that quarterback?", and say "We gonna win tonight!" This movie was filmed primarily in Walterboro, South Carolina because its buildings and downtown areas still fit the look of the era the film depicted. The film was poorly received by most critics. On review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 36% "Rotten" rating and holds a score of 38 out of 100 on MetaCritic. Common points of criticism included the excessively
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    Radio

    Radio

    • Year Released: 2003
    Radio, released October 2003, is a film directed by Mike Tollin that is based on the true story of T. L. Hanna High School football coach Harold Jones (Ed Harris) and a mentally challenged young man James Robert "Radio" Kennedy (Cuba Gooding, Jr.). Also starring Debra Winger and Alfre Woodard, it was inspired by the 1996 Sports Illustrated article "Someone to Lean On" by Gary Smith. James Robert Kennedy (born October 14, 1946 in Anderson, South Carolina, USA), grew up fascinated by radios. His nickname, Radio, was given to him by townspeople because of the radio he carried everywhere he went. He still attends T. L. Hanna High School and helps coach the football team and the basketball team. He is known to ask students before football games, "We gonna get that quarterback?", and say "We gonna win tonight!" This movie was filmed primarily in Walterboro, South Carolina because its buildings and downtown areas still fit the look of the era the film depicted. The film was poorly received by most critics. On review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 36% "Rotten" rating and holds a score of 38 out of 100 on MetaCritic. Common points of criticism included the excessively
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