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Undefeated Blu-ray Review

Undefeated Blu-ray Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Feb 27, 2013
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

A Rousing And Inspirational Film About An Underdog Football Team And The Coach That Helped Them Realize Their Dreams, Undefeated is now available on Blu-Ray™ and DVD! Read the blu-ray review on Kidzworld!

A true story about courage and character, UNDEFEATED follows the Manassas Tigers – a severely underfunded and underprivileged high school football team – as they endeavor to reverse their fortunes with the help of a volunteer coach, Bill CourtneyUNDEFEATED is a one-of-a-kind sports movie that will thrill and inspire – a moving affirmation of all that is best in us and all that is possible.

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No hope.  No future… Until a football season united a team and revealed the character that turned them into heroes.  UNDEFEATED, an Academy Award®-winning documentary (2011 Best Documentary Feature – Dan Lindsay, TJ Martin and Rich Middlemas), is the inspiring and moving tale of three underprivileged student-athletes from inner-city Memphis and their volunteer coach, Bill Courtney, trying to help them beat the odds on and off the field.

Blu-ray™ and DVD Special Features:

  • Audio Commentary with directors Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin
  • Deleted Scenes
  • A Black and White Teaser Trailer
  • “The Making of Undefeated” featurette

Undefeated Blu-ray Rating: 5

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hate this team
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