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  • This movie has a strong moral and great values that it tries to get across to people of all walks of life, unfortunately, due to the lack of hype and media attention as so many other film, this movie is easily overlooked as a great tool

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Gridiron Gang, directed by Phil Joanou is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for some startling scenes of violence, mature thematic material and language. The original release date was September 15, 2006 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Crime/Drama/Sport and stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson as Sean Porter, Xzibit as

      Malcolm Moore, L. Scott Caldwell as Bobbi Porter, Leon Rippy as Paul Higa, Kevin Dunn as Ted Dexter, Jade Yorker as Willie Weathers, David V. Thomas as Kelvin Owens and Setu Taase as Junior Palaita.

      Teenaged juvenile delinquents learn the value of leadership, team work and trust through the counseling of Sean Porter as he helps them by teaching them how to play football.

      This movie starts off showing the grim reality that is teenaged African Americans and under-previleged people today. WIthout proper guidance, they are bound to end up on the streets getting involved in all manner of crime and violence. Most won’t live to see their next birthday as they become the victims of the very ...


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      lives they live.

      While some end up in prison, the younger ones face time in juveline halls across the nation. But in this movie, something drastic is being put in place to guarantee that when these teens leave the facility, that their lives will be facing a new and structured path to self development and not crime.

      This movie has

      a strong moral and great values that it tries to get across to people of all walks of life, unfortunately, due to the lack of hype and media attention as so many other film, this movie is easily overlooked as a great tool.

      Pass on the massage about “Gridiron Gang”…it stand to make a difference in the lives of so many. Enjoy!




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