One of the greatest movies of all time along with Rudy.

>>By bobbo16niner   (Friday, 3 Jan 2003 02:02)

i need help
what is the other coaches's name? the one that he says in the beginning your coaching days are over. im doin a paper

>>By Jamesluva_15   (Tuesday, 4 Feb 2003 01:19)

hey wasnt' that a great movie

I have no idea i am doing a paper as well

>>By maggie   (Wednesday, 5 Feb 2003 01:21)

what is socratic mean   (Wednesday, 5 Feb 2003 01:22)

The best feel good sports movie of all time. I've probably watched it over 30 times and I still love it

>>By Bones   (Sunday, 23 Feb 2003 04:49)

Hackman's character is named Norman Dale

>>By Shooter   (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 04:57)

I'm not a big basketball fan, but Hoosiers a great movie. It captures rural middle America circa 1950 perfectly. I'm a big fan of Hackman; Bonnie and Clyde, The French Connection, The Conversation, Hoosiers and Royal Tennenbaum...his bit in Young Frankenstein was hilarious.

>>By Tim   (Tuesday, 11 Mar 2003 09:55)

1) The other "acting" coach's name is George. Norman Dale fires him at the first practice before meeting the team, or "the hand [he's] been dealt," as he refers to them.

2) A glaring inconsistency in the film is that Norman Dale kicks Buddy off the team at the first practice for being disrespectful. After a couple of games, Buddy somehow appears on the team without explanation. Buddy is one of the more vital members of the team, playing every game at point.

>>By Picket Fence   (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 19:29)

There was a scene where he get backs on the team. It happens in a barn they cut it out.

>>By rew   (Sunday, 16 Mar 2003 17:35)

I had to watch it in gr. 10 religion and all i can say is b-o-r-i-n-g. i spent those classes sleepin while the show went on

>>By me =c)   (Thursday, 20 Mar 2003 03:22)

I saw Hoosiers for the first time last night. I really liked it. I suppose it could be considered a little "sappy" but basically, it was a pretty good movie. - Something in it for everyone - sports, drama, romance, music, and a "message" (actually a few messages). Who could ask for anything more?

>>By Babs   (Thursday, 27 Mar 2003 01:32)

what are the stages of group development in the movie hosiers...

>>By joe momma   (Tuesday, 1 Apr 2003 01:56)

One of the young basketball players looks a lot like the young doctor-friend on the TV program "Ed". Does anyone know if it's the same person?

Bill Murray

>>By WMurray378   (Saturday, 12 Apr 2003 18:00)

I never tire of watching this film. I would liked to have seen how the coach's use of fundamentals, which was critical to the team's success, developed a little more. I am a Hoosier and I have seen how a small school team can beat a larger school by paying attention to details

>>By Hemi   (Sunday, 20 Apr 2003 02:35)


>>By aaaaaallllllllllaaaaaaag   (Wednesday, 21 May 2003 02:05)

this movie was the greatest movie of all time
it was wonderful

>>By john paul   (Wednesday, 21 May 2003 02:06)

a classic. greatest basketball movie of all time period. no questions asked. its official. Does anybody know how to spell jimmy's last name?

>>By Jimmy Chitwuth   (Thursday, 12 Jun 2003 06:30)

Great film anone know where I could learn more about the film?

>>By coach   (Monday, 7 Jul 2003 07:05)

The son of the drunk guy (Hooper). Is that the guy who plays Ed's friend, the doctor, on the show Ed?

>>By Uppy   (Sunday, 16 Nov 2003 05:12)

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