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Glory Road

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After being appointed the new coach of the 1966 Texas Miners, Don Haskins (Josh Lucas) decides to build a team based on talent rather than race. And he managed to lead the first all-black team to the NCAA national championship.
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DallasBlack.com
Why must Hollywood lace every African-American drama with elements of comedy, as if black people find everything comical?
May 02, 2007
AV Club
An underdog sports movie by the numbers.
November 27, 2006
ComingSoon.net
Like most sports films Glory Road works best when it is actually showcasing its sport ... off the court, however, it's alternately flat and didactic. Director Gartner goes to great pains to drill the films message in, early and often.
March 22, 2011
Toronto Star
Lacking the gritty reality of the 1994 documentary Hoop Dreams, this Jerry Bruckheimer film, directed by newcomer James Gartner, converts a year in the life of a basketball team into a very conventional triumph of the underdogs.
January 13, 2006
Screen International
Playing out like Remember The Titans for basketball fans, Glory Road is yet another would-be inspirational true story that follows sports-movie conventions.
July 23, 2008
Bright Lights Film Journal
Glory Road doesn't have any of the individual moments that humanized Hoosiers, The Rookie, and Miracle. It's a feel-good sports movie by the numbers.
February 02, 2009
UGO
Trying to make a sports movie for the entire family is understandable, but it makes a complicated story like Glory Road feel more like Disney than reality.
March 24, 2007
Cinematical
It isn't meant to be a movie that makes us think, or that makes us uneasy in any way. It's meant to make us feel good.
April 08, 2007
Chicago Reader
First-time director James Gartner observes all the rituals--the coach busting chops, the team sneaking out to party--but the players are indifferently characterized and the civil rights story has a fake Black History Month feel.
March 25, 2008
Village Voice
The team's accomplishments are here diluted into fodder for another of the producer's feel-good man-weepies.
January 17, 2006