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Pride

(2007)

Rated PG for thematic material, language including some racial epithets, and violence.

PG In Theaters 03/23/2007 , 108min.
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82%
Viewer score based on 11 ratings
55%
Critic score based on 27 reviews

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May 22, 2008
lservctr
Like many sports movies the underdoog wins out and we feel good. This one happens to be about how a swim team was formed and won in swim meets after a lot of hard work. This is not a movie for young children, but teens and adults should really enjoy it. Good acting and story.
May 22, 2008
lysie25
There are inconsistent issues (daughter without scars when told of her fathers death). Bullock was disappointing, something I never thought I'd say. Save your money.
May 22, 2008
owb412
First, Jimmy Ellis the person is worth knowing about and having our young people know about. The movie itself was excellent. The performances by Terrance Howard and Bernie Mac were first rate. Kimberly Elise always adds class to any movie she's in. The swim team member are real people and it was good to see to see the young lady competing on the swim team as well. And giving credit where

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The New York Times
The movie serves up the expected ratio of setbacks to triumphs and closes with video footage of the real Jim Ellis. But when sinewy young idealists glide through water to the tune of "I'll Take You There," the heart still leaps. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Worth seeing, not only because it shows how an ordinary man can do something extraordinary, but because it allows audiences the opportunity to watch an extraordinary actor in a performance that could have been rote, but instead is nuanced and intelligent. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
Variety
Despite a second half that feels more routine than its first, Pride is a definite crowd-pleaser. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Inspired by the true story of Ellis, has Hollywood formula practically stitched to its Speedo. But the characters and the actors who play them are so captivating, we're too entertained and charmed to notice. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
Pride has little to be proud about. Full Review

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