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We Are Marshall

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When a plane crash claims the lives of members of the Marshall University football team and some of its fans, new coach Jack Lengyel arrives on the scene, determined to rebuild Marshall's Thundering Herd and heal a grieving community in the process.
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AV Club
We Are Marshall isn't about grief or loss, but how these things can be overcome. It's uplifting, but shallow.
December 22, 2006
BrandonFibbs.com
McConaughey campily channels Jon Stewart channeling George W. Bush for his impersonation of Lengyel.
February 28, 2008
Aisle Seat
We Are Marshall is not a bad movie; it is a potentially nice, familiar movie unfortunately marred by the unspeakably awful performance of Matthew McConaughey.
September 28, 2007
Reel Film Reviews
...would've benefited from the presence of virtually any other actor in the central role...
November 20, 2007
Movie Metropolis
Despite its best intentions, there is much in We Are Marshall that holds it back from being the best it can be.
September 08, 2007
Seattle Times
A series of montage and anecdotal vignettes follows as they recruit a whole new team, learn lessons from the catastrophe, lose and then win, with plenty of sentimentality sprinkled over the whole thing.
December 22, 2006
USA Today
This was undeniably a horrific event for the victims' families friends, colleagues as well as for the entire community. But the movie seems to almost exploit this tragedy so it can make audiences weep, and ultimately, cheer.
December 22, 2006
Toronto Star
What's missing is any kind of insight into the lives of the dead players or the members of the Young Thundering Herd who rise up to replace them.
December 22, 2006