Secretariat User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.52

Current Rating: 4.52

based on 768 votes and 284 reviews

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  • 3 stars great story however i thought thr movie suffered due to the miscasting of john malkovich as lucien laurin. lucien laurin was a former jockey (short) with a french canadian accent. malkovich couldn't even pronounce his characrers name in the movie.
  • 5 stars Loved, loved, loved the movie! I was blessed to be able to watch the real Secretariat win the Triple Crown. I love me some Secretariat, then and now!
  • 5 stars Great family movie. Very inspiring.
  • 5 stars If I could I'd give it a ten. Awesome
  • 3 stars The real life story was Amazing for sure! Reviews are over qualified for sure but defintely shows there is a lack of good movies out there... The movie is a good movie however in my opinion not worth 5 stars...
  • 3 stars We went to this because we love Diane Lane ... usually. She was wasted in this one. The racing footage was exciting, even though we knew the outcomes, but otherwise this flick was pretty lukewarm and pedestrian.
  • 5 stars Very well made movie, with great acting from the stars. Great emotion. My wife and I watched the triple crown that this is about and feel that this is a great tribute to the greatest horse ever to run in this event.
  • 5 stars Amazing movie. I remember watching the actual race on TV when I was 9 years old. Brought back a lot of memories. Horses are my favorite animal and the movie was absolutely fabulous. The location, the storyline, the actors..amazing!
  • 5 stars Great stuff A story with action emotion and very good acting !
  • 4 stars The story is well done. In depth details and action is great. Really cool shots of the racing.


Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  123 min.
Release Date: October 8, 2010
DVD: January 25, 2011

Current rating: Rating: 4.52
based on 768 votes and 284 reviews
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Cast: Diane Lane, John Malkovich, Dylan Walsh, Dylan Baker, Margo Martindale, Nelsan Ellis, Otto Thorwarth, Fred Dalton Thompson, James Cromwell, Scott Glenn, Kevin Connolly, Eric Lange

Inspiration: Penny Chenery