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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

My All American (Coming to a Theatre Near You Nov.13th 2015) AND GIVEAWAY

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Fall is a beautiful time of year. The leaves are gorgeous, it smells great, and it's Football season! My husband and three boys love Football. They watch their weekly games, and Sunday's after church is the day they spend the day together watching football. So, I'm excited to share with you and them about a new movie coming out November 13, 2015. My All American.



This inspirational true story is based on Freddie Jo Steinmark. Freddie is deemed too small by usual athletic standards, but playing football is what Freddie wants to do most in the world. Freddie father trains him and when the time comes for him to get noticed he puts fight into the game. This gets him noticed by Darrell Royal, one of the only legendary University of Texas coach.

Freddie gets a scholarship for a chance to play for the Longhorns. He heads to Austin, determined to make the team. Along side old friend Bobby Mitchell and new friend James Street. The three rise to the occasion, giving the Longhorns a real chance to turn the team around.Just when Freddie is reveling in success, being a standout player on the national - title 1969 winning team, he suffers an injury. An injury that leads to a shocking diagnoses and the biggest challenge Freddie will ever face.


Tragically, Freddie 's career is cut short. A visit to the hospital for a bone bruise and the doctors discovered a cancerous tumor in his leg. His cancer was discovered just after the team beat the Arkansas Razorback to win the title. Freddie coached the teams freshman defense and became an inspiration to cancer sufferers before the cancer took his life.

This film will also focus on football coach Darrell Royal who guided the Longhorns to three national titles in his twenty year tenure and never had a losing season. Darrell and Freddie developed a special bond.

My All American is directed and written by Angelo Pizzo, who is also a writer and producer of two other well known sports films Hoosier in 1986 and Rude in 1993. The movie was filmed in Austin, Texas, from May to July 2014.

This is a story of courage, and the strength of a champion when faced with diversity. It seems so much more than just football, so even if football is not your thing I think there is a beautiful story here.




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GIVEAWAY TIME


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DISCLOSURE: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Review Wire Media for Clarius Entertainment. I received information to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

49 comments:

  1. This sounds like an instant classic!! Such a heartwarming yet devastating classic!! I love movies that inspire and make us thankful!! This sounds like just that!

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  2. This movie is right up our alley! I know we would love it. Thanks for the review!

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  3. im so excited about this movie. I love the trailer and i love movies that make me ball my eyes out.

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  4. Sounds like a great movie! Even if I am not a Longhorns fan. I am originally from Texas but am a lifelong Aggies fan, UT's rival. We are a big time football loving family so we are sure to be watching this a when it comes out. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. I would love to see this movie with my brother.

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  6. This looks really good. I will be going to see it when it comes out.

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    1. My fave movie is Halloween cause I love scary movies and it's just very good

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  7. this outta be good, cant wait to see this....thanks for sharing

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  8. My all time favorite movie is Gone with the wind. The clothing and hair styles are the best.

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  9. My fave movie is Halloween I love being scared and the thrill of it it I love tones of scary movies

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  10. I really don't think I have a favorite movie. I enjoy a very large variety of movies, pretty much everything except horror. My favorite genre tends to be independent films.

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  11. My favorite movie is Titanic. I can watch that movie over and over.

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  12. My all time favorite movie is called 8 Seconds and it is a movie that stars Luke Perry. A classic in my book!

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  13. My favorite movie is Back to the Future. I love that even thought it was made in the 80's it is still fun to watch today. I watched if with my kids last night and it was fun to share it with them.
    jenncutie at hotmail dot com

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  14. It's hard to choose just one, but I would have to say it is Tuesdays With Morrie! I have learned so much from that movie and try to share it with everyone I can. There are so many lessons and its truly one of those movies that changed my life a little! It's a must see in my book!

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  15. It's hard to just pick one, but What About Bob? is probably my favorite movie. Bill Murray's performance is amazing!

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  16. My favorite movie is The Notebook. I just love Ryan Gosling! He did such a great job in that film.

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  17. My favorite movie would have to be Casino. I like the glitz and glamour along with the mob theme. It's a great escape movie for me.

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  18. Oh wow there is no way I can pick JUST one! The Manchurian Candidate, NeverMore, Just Cause, and Playing God just to name a few. There are so many wonderful movies! My husband is even a bigger movie buff than I am!

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  19. My favorite movie is Home Alone! I love to watch it every year around the holidays! Our whole family loves it!

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  20. There are so many favorites but one of my all time favorites is shawshank redemption. It's just so powerful and that surprise ending!

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  21. I love any Tim Burton film. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one of my favorites. Seasonally though, Elf always wins as favorite movie!

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  22. I love Hocus pocus! Hocus pocus is a great halloween movie and has it funny parts,love comedies!

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  23. It's difficult to choose just one film as my favorite. One would definitely be "Wuthering Heights" (1939) with Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon. I watch it about a dozen times a year. It's a beautiful, tragic love story. The cinematography is also excellent.

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  24. My favorite movie is Somewhere in Time that is y favorite one to watch . I love the story and the beautiful scenery in the movie too. The hotel where it was filmed is amazing love to stay there one day with the family.

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  25. My favorite movie of all time is Beaches, I watched it for the first time on VHS with my mom and we both love it to this day.

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  26. Hmmm, well my favorite movie of all time is To Kill a Mockingbird. I have loved it since I was a child. Never gets old.

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  27. My most favorite movie is Beaches with Bette Midler.
    This was so heartwarming and yet sad movie.
    I would watch it every year!
    thank you

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  28. I like comedies. My favorite is the original version of The Producers with Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder.

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  29. The Wizard of Oz is my all time favorite movie. It is a classic movie that I can watch over and over.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  30. My favorite movie is As Good As It Get's, it is part romance, part comedy, I have seen it about a hundred times.

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  31. I really enjoyed Facing the Giants when it came out several years ago. This might be one of my favorite movies. I am looking forward to another inspirational sports type movie again.

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  32. My favorite childhood movie that followed me into adulthood is Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory. I watch it with my kids today. My favorite movie from adulthood would be the Notebook.

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  33. It's hard to choose a favorite movie because I like so many but two of my favorites are Overboard and Big. My daughter's favorite movie is Remember the Titans and this one is on my top list as well.

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  34. Some of my favorites are 'Devil's Advocate' 'Reservoir Dogs' 'Goodfellows' 'A Christmas Story'---my tastes in movies are all over the place lol. I think I will like this one in particular, because my daughter is about to graduate from University of Texas! Hook 'em Horns!
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  35. This seems like a very interesting film. Might be taking the FAM to see it this weekend.

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  36. I love The Wizard of Oz and have since I was a small child. It is such a wonderful movie with so many political undertones. Now my 5 yr. granddaughter love The Wizard of Oz as much as me having a birthday party with the Oz theme and going as the Scarecrow for Halloween!

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  37. My favorite movie of all times is "What Dreams May Come". I just fell in love with it the first time I ever saw it. I doubt anyone else will say this movie HAHA

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  38. My favorite movie is A Walk to Remember. It's such a beautifully sad movie. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  39. My favorite movie is Men of Honor, it is Cuba Gooding Jr.and Robert De Nior's best movie in my opinion. It shows that if you really want something and fight with all that you have you can achieve it.
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  40. My favorite movie is Titanic. I love the look of the ship and how everyone dressed during that time.

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  41. M favorite movie s Home Alone. I grew up to it and now my kids watch it and love i.

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  42. My fave movie is Forest Gump hands down. One of the most touching and inspirational movies of all time :) -liberty

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  43. I like all the movies that were made from Nicolas Spark's books. I really enjoyed the last one too, The Longest Ride.

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  44. I am a fan of the movie Twister. I have watched it at least ten times and I still love it!

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  45. I love the movie Field of Dreams. It's based on the book Shoeless Joe, by WP Kinsella. I've read almost everything he's written.

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  46. One of my all time favorite movies would be the oldie Pretty Woman. I have seen several times and love Julia Roberts in it

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  47. My favorite movie is Mrs. Doubtfire. I know it is kind of a silly movie but it always touches my heart and makes me cry at the end of it.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  48. Movie I've watched the most is Raiders of the Lost Ark. Funniest movie is Some Like it Hot.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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