Mighty Ducks, The (1992)  » Movies  »
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  • It's funny and exciting, and I recommend anyone to watch it and see for themselves

    • by Justin Woodward
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      Starring Emilio Estevez, The Mighty Ducks is a movie about a lawyer (Gordon Bombay) who gets arrested for DUI. He is ordered to do 500 hours of community service, where he must serve as a head coach of a Minneapolis Peewee hockey team. At first he is reluctant to do so, because of a mistake he made playing hockey

      as a kid. Over time, however, Coach Bombay grows close to the kids and bonds with them, teaching them the way to play the game of hockey.

      This is a classic and I love this movie. It is very entertaining and funny at the same time. It doesn’t just focus on comedy, keeping a few dramatic scenes in the movie ...


      • to further capture your attention. The Ducks pull off little kid pranks and perform fun moves on the ice that leads every family to love the Ducks.

        It’s meant to be a family movie, but can be watched with anyone. It’s fun, filled with entertainment, and is a movie that not only shows hockey in a fun way, but

        illustrates the bond between coach and player. This movie was made for anyone that wants to see a movie proving that little people can do big things.

        Overall, I give The Mighty Ducks an 8/10. It’s funny and exciting, and I recommend anyone to watch it and see for themselves. It can be found on movie channels very often, especially encore.




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