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Bethan over 4 years ago
I feel like I'd rate this higher if my french teacher didn't make me watch every week fml
Vio Son 6 years ago
Childhood memories :)
Will Davies over 6 years ago
outstanding film - soooo funny
Jordan Beeby over 6 years ago
Charlie Alcock over 6 years ago
A film about sports that's actually good.
Will Schmidt almost 7 years ago
Neat storyline and great comedy
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
I thought it was awesome until I read into the true story and figured out that it's lies.
Don Lathrop 5 months ago
Azure Cerulean 8 months ago
Mike Beach 10 months ago
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Crsn almost 2 years ago
Joel Ulrich 2 years ago
Cool Runnings is a 1993 comedy film directed by Jon Turteltaub. It is loosely based on the true story of the Jamaica national bobsled team's debut in the bobsleigh competition of the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta. It stars Leon Robinson, Doug E. Doug, Malik Yoba, and Rawle D. Lewis, with John Candy as Irv Blitzer, the retired bobsledder and coach of the Jamaican bobsledders. Irving "Irv" Blitzer (John Candy) is an American bobsled double gold medalist at the 1968 Winter Olympics, who finished first in two events again at the 1972 Winter Olympics but was disqualified for cheating and retired in disgrace to Jamaica, where he leads a destitute life as a bookie. He is approached by top 100m runner Derice Bannock, who failed to qualify for the 1988 Summer Olympics when another opponent, Junior Bevil, accidentally tripped him at the trials, and pushcart driving champion Sanka Coffie, who both wish to use his previous experience as a coach in order to compete in the 1988 Winter...
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