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Joseph Gieringer over 7 years ago
As a hockey player, how can I not love this movie? Greatest moment in U.S. sports, period!
Marc Hyde 5 months ago
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Andrew Min almost 5 years ago
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Andrea Finocchiaro over 5 years ago
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David Moss 7 years ago
Alex Rosenberger over 7 years ago
Mat Adams 8 years ago
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Matthew Butler over 8 years ago
Paulo Guzman Guillen over 8 years ago
Miracle is a 2004 American biographical sports film about the United States men's hockey team, led by head coach Herb Brooks, that won the gold medal in the 1980 Winter Olympics. The USA team's victory over the heavily favored Soviet team in the medal round was dubbed the Miracle on Ice. Miracle was directed by Gavin O'Connor and written by Eric Guggenheim. The movie chronicles the journey of the 1980 US Olympic Mens ice hockey team. Then University of Minnesota head coach Herb Brooks (played by Kurt Russell) interviews with the United States Olympic Committee, discussing his philosophy on how to beat the Soviet team, calling for changes to the practice schedule and strategy. Brooks meets his assistant coach Craig Patrick at the tryouts in Colorado Springs. However, Brooks selects a preliminary roster of 26—later to be cut to a final roster of 20—indifferent of the tryouts and the preferences of senior USOC hockey officials. He convinces Walter Bush (Sean McCann), the executive...
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