i the first yay
i didn't really like it
it not very good
i saw it coz guildford cinema
refused to let us see the matrix with an id
so we saw that and a pile of rubbish it was

>>By unearthed_jellybelly   (Monday, 5 Jan 2004 15:55)

I loved this movie, and I expect it to get an Oscar nod at the very least. I figured I'd like it quite a bit, just because I'm a sucker for both movies *and* equine; however, within the film is a very human story. Seabisquit's is that of every immigrant's who comes to America to follow his dream and it took place during the Great Depression, when Americans desperately needed underdog heroes.

I've allus loved the Underdawg, so Seabisquit was especially fun for me, especially the racing shots. In a perfect world, I would have been much shorter and had much more access to big, high-strung horses during me silly youth when I knew not better than to fling meownself onto the back of any ole nag I could find.

Guess I'm babbling, so I'll be off~~~

>>By kaibunny   (Wednesday, 7 Jan 2004 00:18)

I loved it, it was a great movie, The jockey and the horse wre meant to be. It was a great. Plus, i just love horses.

>>By totally_disturbed1   (Sunday, 11 Jan 2004 00:02)

This is a Great Movie. It is another calibre... far exceeding the rest! A definate "feel good" movie.

>>By Sticksmateo   (Tuesday, 2 Mar 2004 23:49)

I loved it, too. it is very academic, but everything was perfect : the photography, the story, the acting. I am sorry it did not get at least one Oscar.

>>By Kara   (Wednesday, 3 Mar 2004 10:34)


>>By POPPYCOCK!   (Monday, 29 Mar 2004 05:09)

When I saw Seabiscuit it brought back the wonderful memories of the original shown decades ago.

>>By CoastLvr   (Wednesday, 31 Mar 2004 09:50)

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