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The Game of Their Lives

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Based on a true story, this film tells the tale of the U.S. soccer team (Gerard Butler, Wes Bentley, Jay Rodan) who are heavy underdogs as they prepare to play the British squad in a 1950 World Cup preliminary game.
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Oregon Herald
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May 11, 2005

Enough enthusiasm, authenticity, and spirited soccer play to offset the missing ingredients.
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Film Journal International
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March 01, 2007

the narrative and dialogue club us over the head in an effort to make 21st-century viewers understand why the victory of America's team over England was of such monumental importance.
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Variety

April 22, 2005

...lacks even a penalty kick's worth of tension and is paradoxically inert for a movie about guys running up and down the pitch for the glory of the U.S.
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Common Sense Media
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May 09, 2005

The Game of Their Lives takes a standard inspirational sports movie structure.
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Boston Globe
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April 22, 2005

These guys give a sport that is virtually nameless in the movies a good name in this one.
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Common Sense Media

December 18, 2010

Great game, bad storytelling. Soccer buffs only.
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Ebert & Roeper

April 25, 2005

Director David Anspaugh has a skilled touch, but there's just not that much drama to film. This is a very competent, very predictable sports film.
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Christianity Today

September 28, 2006

A treat for soccer fans who have yet to see their favorite game given its due on the big screen. This won't be a classic soccer movie, but it's a start.
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Denver Rocky Mountain News

April 22, 2005

It's difficult to muster dislike for The Game of Their Lives, which is reasonably interesting, but it needed more grit and inspiration than this straightforward account can provide.
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Oregonian

June 03, 2005

A sentimental, creaky, underwritten, overloaded picture that fails as character study, period film, sports movie and heart-stirrer.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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April 22, 2005

...disappointingly mediocre...
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Denver Post

April 22, 2005

...this soccer tale is about as exciting to watch as a scoreless match between opponents so defense-minded the ball never gets beyond midfield.
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