Kid reviews for Remember the Titans

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age 10+

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age 10+

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age 9+

Based on 52 reviews

age 9+

Very inspiring and heartful movie

Remember the Titans (2000) WSU Honors ENG 102-13 In the early 1970s, two schools in Alexandria, Virginia integrate forming T.C. Williams High School. The European American head coach of the Titans is replaced by an African American coach from North Carolina. Tensions arise when players of different races are forced together on the same football team. Many of these tensions are eased during the two-week training camp in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. When players returned to Alexandria the players found the city in turmoil due to the forced desegregation of the high school. As the season progresses the team's success caused the community to accept the changes. After the Titans' perfect season, the team and the city were closer than ever.

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age 2+

BeST reVIWE EvaR

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Too much sex
age 12+

This movie brings high school football to life

A little sexual content - but parents can forward the scenes. A must-see football comedy with your family, especially a younger brother who can watch with his older brother who plays football. This reminds me and my varsity football friends
age 10+

Amazing Story is More About Equality than Football

I hate football, but loved this movie. It’s about one of the first football teams that integrated all races into their team. There is some racial slurs and an on screen car accident, but otherwise, it’s appropriate yet emotional. Go watch this now!

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age 10+

You will Remember the Titans

Remember the titans is an amazing movie, it show the overcoming of racism and moving on as a team. Coach Boon pushed his players to the absolute maximum on the field as well as in the class. This Movie is one of the Greatest with nothing wrong with it. they all have to overcome something, individual and as a group

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age 10+

Civil Rights Sports Movie is Outstanding

If you want to teach your kids about how racism is terrible, watch this movie. It touches upon the racist southern communities in the 1970s. It revolves around a high school football team who receives negative comments, but also pushes through despite the alienation they are surrounded by. A white teenager even gives up his girlfriend because she is racist. Amazing movie overall, one of the few sports movies I enjoyed.

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age 10+

WATCH IT!

really beautiful movie about racism and acceptance. there is some violence and intense scenes. for kids i would make sure they understand what’s happening, like the racism and the anger towards putting black and white kids in the same school. 10/10 would recommend!

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age 10+

Its really good!

Yes, this movie may contain racism, bullying, ect. But, in the end, the team learns that everyone is equal, no matter what the color of their skin is. This is a very positive message, especially for kids. The movie is also just so fun to watch, and you'll defiantly laugh a few times! I watched this movie two times, and I absoulutley love it.

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age 10+

Banger

yeah is pretty good
age 11+

great movie

This was a very good movie but kids below 11 years old might not really get it.

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