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(153) 6.0 2019

The Perfect Race is a movie starring Allee Sutton Hethcoat, Bethany Davenport, and Clarence Gilyard Jr.. A female athlete at a small Christian college works hard to overcome long odds in trying to win a national title in the 800...

Allee Sutton Hethcoat, Harrison Stone, Bethany Davenport, Clarence Gilyard Jr.
Dave Christiano

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Dave Christiano
Writer Dave Christiano
Stars Allee Sutton Hethcoat, Harrison Stone, Bethany Davenport, Clarence Gilyard Jr.
Country USA
Description Coach Courtney Smith-Donnelly (played by Allee-Sutton Hethcoat) takes her coaching wisdom to the track and works with a female athlete at a small Christian college who tries to overcome long odds and win a national title in the 800 meter run. Coach Donnelly's training methods and teachings about life both line up with the concept that in order to first have to lose. "The Perfect Race" is a follow up movie to "Remember The Goal".

Top reviews

Monday, 27 Jul 2020 12:27

I rented this movie on a whim, and got very interested in it. It is a new feature film from director, director, and co-writer David O. Russell, who has directed several television films of note in the past, including "Twin Peaks", and "Into the Wild", "The Fighter" and "Mystic River". As I said, I was interested, but the movie did not really grab me the way some of his previous work has. In this case, it was the plot that was all right, but the performances. I thought there was a lot of dynamism and energy in his style. He did a good job in directing, but the actors were over-the-top and at times absurd. It got tiresome. To me, it seemed that people who were good actors either had the wrong idea in thinking that it was easy to act like this, or were trying to recreate scenes that were either improvised, or too long to do properly. The performances of Cate Blanchett, Chris Cooper, and especially Michelle Williams were really good, but not at all over-the-top. I think it would have worked better with a better director, though. I think it could have been a good movie, if only it was made a little bit more polished and polished. The two actors that were the real standouts were the younger brother and the youngest son. The younger brother, Eugene Levy, was a really good actor, and really brought a lot of life into this character. The youngest son, Zane, was great in the role. He and Cate Blanchett made an excellent "all American" family. The younger son, Samuel Jackson, was also good, but not nearly as convincing as the older one. All in all, this is a good movie, if only you're a fan of either of the actors or the director, and you just like a good movie that has some action and some hope for the future.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 16:45

So, I've always thought of certain aspects of my life in a manner that I would never dare to discuss with a stranger or my friends. You might call it awkward or painful. But, I'm not talking about going to a prom where you know someone who's dying or trying to lose his virginity. I'm talking about what I've seen in the world. Maybe I should say it out loud, but I can't. It's been a little while since I went to the prom of my sister's friend, and I couldn't help but think about how the whole thing was a bit of a stretch to me. And the fact that it was a little too easy. The fact that she's a ten-year-old girl with glasses and long hair was too easy to gloss over and forget about. The fact that the two of them were going to the prom together was too easy to overlook. The fact that they were to be married was too easy to overlook. I could feel it. So, I'm not really sure what I should say here, but I can't help it. This film has been extremely controversial since it's release. That's because, at the time, it was just a film about a ten-year-old girl who lived in a suburb in southern California. However, I've found it to be more than that. It is a film about friendship. And although it deals with a pretty narrow topic (the coming-of-age of a ten-year-old girl), it's a story that I can say was true for some people in their lives. The best thing I can say about the film is that it has been the subject of quite a few student art projects, and I have to say that, yes, I've found some of them to be pretty pretty. It is also not the most accurate depiction of the real-life teenagers that I've ever seen, but I'll get to that later. What I can say is that the film is done in such a way that makes it very accessible. It's written in such a way that I can follow it, and I can appreciate the performances. So, yes, you're probably going to see a ten-year-old girl in a bikini, but she's got so much more to offer, and so much more. Also, it's worth noting that it is a comedy. And, despite the fact that it's rated R, it's not so much for the violence and gore, but for the sexual tension that occurs between the two main characters. This film is funny in many ways. And, as a result, it's one of the funniest films I've seen in a long time. However, for the average viewer, I think that it's a bit too tame. I think that a lot of people will not be too happy with this film, and they're going to see it to be safe from nudity or explicit sexuality. However, I think that you're going to see a funny and sad film, and that's what I would suggest you do.

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