Although there were concerns, as there are in any movie based upon a true story, my wife and I absolutely enjoyed this movie. It was a heart-warming reminder that in a world of racism, injustice, and government led poverty, there are still people out there who love others in spite of their own views, socio-economic background, or race. Of course, this movie had some really good football shots which touched my Neanderthal side. There's just nothing like football! The major concern I have is with stereotypes. In this movie any person of affluence is white. To my knowledge there were only two persons of color in any position of positive influence. My hope is that this is to better represent the world Michael Oher found himself in with "White Walls." No movie can touch on every subject and do it justice. This was a good representation, and hopefully quite accurate, of a kid with a need that was met by a person willing to think outside the box of her own upbringing and influences.