SEABISCUIT (Film Theatrical Release USA 2003)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.4|5.0 Starsìììì

Seabiscuit—unusually well doneteaches as well as entertains. It has an unexpected casting mix that one may expect to fail onscreen: Chris Cooper, Jeff Bridges, and Tobey McGuire. But it is a dynamite trio that completes each scene with realism and professionalism that lures its audience into sitting back and enjoying the show. The message that broken things can be mended whether they are human or animal and that one does not give up on life is particularly welcome and well presented. It’s an inspirational watch that revolves around ‘the little horse that could’. This movie deserves its addition to the family home video library. 

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Storyline 

Inspiring story of a horse that is too small, a jockey who is too big, a horse trainer who has hit bottom, and a Buick car salesman who believes that such an impossible set of circumstances does not determine failure. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Gary Ross for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Gary Ross, and Jane Sindell for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: John Pollard (Tobey Maguire), Charles Howard (Jeff Bridges), Tom Smith (Chris Cooper), Marcela Howard (Elizabeth Banks), George Woolf (Gary Stevens), Tick Tock McLaughlin (Willliam Macy), Samuel Riddle (Eddie Jones), and Narrator (David McCullough). 


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Yes. This earns its place in the winner’s circle. Inspiring watch that works well for a family. Teaches an important ethical principal. Wonderful work for all involved. Thank you for a great watch.

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