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Current Rating: 4.40

Current Rating: 4.40

based on 126 votes and 52 reviews

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  • 5 stars If you are looking for a feel good movie with lots of happy smiles because of good feelings then this is a great movie for you. I loved it, so much family involved it just felt good.
  • 5 stars Good movie hands down
  • 5 stars Fantastic feel good movie! Quite inspiring and I will definitely watch this many more times!
  • 5 stars Loved this movie bassed on real life. Needed Kleenex on more than 1 occasion! Will watch it again for sure.
  • 5 stars Excellent movie for the family oriented!! Encouraging!
  • An awesome feel good movie. No violence or swearing, a must see. My husband and I even stopped in the town of McFarland
  • 5 stars so amazing loved every moment of the trailer.
  • 5 stars Every so often a TRUE story comes along that brings out the best in everyone involved. This is an inspiring film showing the realities of Latino minorities lifestyle and the laborious work they need to endure to survive in an American culture that is loathe to recognize their rights to become citizens of a 'free' society. The depiction of the team and their struggle and rise to championships not only lifted them to a higher class and achievement in their lives but also the whole community. Amazing film, great acting and production. Kudos to Costner and Disney for bringing this story to life.
  • 4 stars really a great movie, it is a big thumbs up, enjoyed every minute of it, sad when it ended, could have watched more.
  • 5 stars A feel-good movie that is based on a true story that happened in a small town with a big heart. Way to go!

McFarland

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  128 min.
Release date:  February 20, 2015 | On DVD/VOD:  June 2, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 4.40
based on 126 votes and 52 reviews
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Cast: Kevin Costner, Maria Bello, Morgan Saylor, Carlos Pratts, Elsie Fisher, Vincent Martella

Inspiration: Jim White