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D: Oliver Stone
Warner Bros./Ixtlan (Lauren Shuler-Donner, Clayton
Townsend & Dan Halstead)
USA 🇺🇸 1999
W: John Logan, Oliver Stone & Daniel Pyne
DP: Salvatore Torino
Ed: Tom Norberg, Keith Salmon, Stuart Waks & Stuart
Mus: Robbie Robertson, Paul Kelly & Richard
Al Pacino (Tony D'Amato), Cameron Diaz (Christina
Pagniacci), Dennis Quaid (Jack 'Cap' Rooney), James Woods (Dr. Harvey Mandrake), Jamie Foxx (Willie Beaman), LL Cool J (Julian Washington), Matthew Modine (Dr. Ollie Powers), Charlton Heston
An unusual choice for director Oliver Stone, whose output
usually have political asides or are deemed controversial.
This is purely a drama about the goings-on at an American
Football team, with a veteran coach and owner at loggerheads over the running of the team, whilst the players have dramas of their own in their lives.
It's quite entertaining when Al Pacino is shouting at all
and sundry but it doesn't quite justify it's length, especially when you have little to no interest in NFL.