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Inspiring football drama brings history to life.

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Parent Written byPlague December 15, 2009
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10
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Remember the Titans

Great heart warming movie tha teaches that we are all equal no matter your skin color. A fabulous, powerful movie for the whole family to charish for years to come.
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Great messages
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Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008
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Teen, 15 years old Written bymardoggie2013 June 18, 2010
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12
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Good movie.

A great movie, better for tweens and teens who can understand it.
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Too much violence
Too much swearing
Great messages
Great role models
Teen, 13 years old Written bybkid August 15, 2010
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8
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Too much violence
Too much swearing
Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008
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this movie has a good message

Teen, 13 years old Written byMovieReviewGuy July 10, 2011
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10
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Good for 10+

Movie Outline: Remember the Titans Recommended Age: 10+ Sexual Content: One boy kisses another boy, against the second boy's will. (It is meant to be a comical act, but it implies the first boy to be homosexual. Later on, there are more implications he might be homosexual, however, nothing is confirmed by the end of the movie.  Violence: Some of the boys get into fights, and punches are thrown.  A brick is thrown through the window of the African-American coach's house, but no one is hurt. However, everyone screams and shouts, and the coach pulls out a rifle. When he opens the door, though, a car is shown speeding away.   A character gets in a violent car crash and is badly injured.  Profanity: 2 uses of d*mn 1 use of crap 1 use of h*ll 1 incomplete "son of a b*tch" 2 "n" words Consumerism: None.  Positive Messages: 100% for this category. The entire movie is full of positive messages about accepting others around you, teamwork, leadership, cooperation, and many other good messages.  Smoking/Drugs/Alcohol: Very minor, brief drinking by adults at a rally.  Please look for more complete reviews from MovieReviewGuy!! commonsensemedia.org/user/moviereviewguy
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Teen, 15 years old Written byvolsrock_10bb March 9, 2010
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Perfect for kids who understand racial conflicts, and it is a funny watch for younger kids.

This is the best movie I have ever seen by far. It tells the real story, not to harsh, or even sugar coating it. The language is a little harsh. I haven't watched it in a while, but as far as I can recall, I cannot remember any use of the "N" word. As far as the scene of a boy kissing a boy, it is not in a homosexual sense, only one boy does the kissing, the other is appaled by it. There are many images of the football players in the locker room with their shirts off, and many "yo mamma" jokes are cracked. Some of the white folks refer to the black folks as "coons", and the head coach that got bumped down when a black coach came has a daughter, but no mother. But overall it is a very good movie. It's a classic, and humorous.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 15 years old Written bybear4vt September 23, 2009
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5
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Best football movie ever

Remember of the Titans Remember the Titans is based on true story. It is football movie that everybody in the family can fall in love with. The characters hate each other because of race. They come together and then become state champions. The characters in the movie become best friends. The scene that gets me is when Julian a black player and Jerry a white player come together and start to chant strong side, left side. From there the team comes together and becomes one of the best football teams in Virginia History. A great movie, I recommend to anybody.
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Kid, 12 years old July 31, 2009
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3
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Good story. they change a lot throughout the movie. One for the Record Books.
Teen, 15 years old Written byloulou-x November 12, 2011
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15
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Teen, 13 years old Written byDBJS April 21, 2011
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10
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Perfect For Tweens

I Love this Movie is it very nice and funny! and it is historical!
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Teen, 14 years old Written byBestPicture1996 November 16, 2010
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11
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Great to watch

The appeal to movies where we know the team is going to win ("Secretariat," "We Are Marshall") is actaully really fun, because even though you know what's gonna happen, it's fun to see HOW it happens. Denzel delivers another rewarding role, the acting is great among all, and it was fun seeing Faison out of his scrubs!
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Too much swearing
Great messages
Adult Written byladyeaglesportster07 April 9, 2008
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Teen, 15 years old Written bybananalover March 19, 2011
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10
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this movie is so awesome even though there is some violence and some sex and cursing but that is it
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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Great messages
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Kid, 11 years old February 17, 2010
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10
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Fantastic movie that teaches kids about racism; some iffy parts

Fabulous movie that teaches we are all equal no matter what race you are. The only sex is one scene where a guy kisses another guy in a locker room, but it's like a 1 second kiss. Of course, there's violence: football tackles, a car crash, and some injuries. Some foul language and insults. Perfect movie for 10 and up kids to learn about how racism was used back then and it should never have been.
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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
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Kid, 12 years old August 28, 2009
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9
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It isnt bad, We watched it during school. It is a sad movie but you want to keep watching
Adult Written byAshnak April 9, 2008
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11
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Great Movie about racism

Good movie for kids over the age of reason
Adult Written bypepe April 9, 2008
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Teen, 15 years old Written bycccubed March 14, 2011
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Remember the Titans is an amazing movie that can change the way people look at football, and also racism. Throughout the movie the football team strives to win, and they work together as a family. At first the society doesn’t like this. But they realize how close the boys are getting. Then people start realizing they are all a family and we shouldn’t judge people based on their race, or color. Even though it is violent, and shows a lot of vulgar things. This movie does preach a great message for all viewers. And can really change how people look at this terrible subject of racism.
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Kid, 11 years old October 1, 2009
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2
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great for the whole family

great for the whole family even if u dont like the titans which i do
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