User Ratings This is a great little movie with a lot of heart that should have gotten more notice.

FAQ Running time: 1 hour, 44 minutes. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. | One of the players is involved with a much older guy and is shown holding hands and making out with him. Down-and-out coach, small-town Indiana high school, basketball -- sounds like Hoosiers, doesn't it? I loved this movie. The girls try to score a drink in one scene. He tries to reconnect to his daughter from his failed marriage. The guy who plays Cobb is just right too - blows TL Jones Cobb away by a couple bazillion miles! A welcome surprise...Rockwell gives a performance that's always funny, never sentimental...this one is worth finding. This movie is a real treat and has a lovely message to it. The Winning Season IS an enjoyable film because of some fine acting and its' feel-good tone, but I feel a bit uneasy about how the film handled some of the tough subject matter. The girls all learn not only to play better but to be more comfortable with themselves. How do the girls have to put their individual differences aside to be a successful team? I am not a big sports fan so maybe it didn't resonate with me as much as I would have liked. It has a strong start and a terrific ending with occasional winning moments in between, but the uneven story is heavily hindered by about 45 minutes smack in the middle of its 98-minute running time that feel forced, aimless and often redundant. His no-nonsense -- sometimes a tad harsh -- approach to coaching, in turn, teaches the girls to stand up for themselves, to believe in what they can accomplish together, despite their differences. The Winning Season movie reviews & Metacritic score: An adult misfit is brought on to coach the local girl’s high school basketball team. Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. But I do wish there was more Emma in this film. A film that feels fresh and insightful in a generally pretty played out genre. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Winning Season at Amazon.com. I've decided that Sam Rockwell should probably be in every movie from now on. The assistant coach is a great role model for showing the girls that being part of a team is significant and will, win or lose, mean a great deal to all of them for the rest of their lives. CALIFORNIA AND THIS IS SO GREAT I HAD PURCHASED MORE THEN ONE COPY. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Wondering if The Winning Season is OK for your kids?

and the Terms and Policies, Other words include "t-ts," "ass," and more. Meaghan Witri finds ways to make the girl discovering her lesbian nature not a cliche. You owe it to yourself to give this film a try.

Strouse's script is less a screenplay than a checklist: A misogynistic misfit takes over a girls' team and discovers that he, gasp, likes these girls -- check. There's some mild violence (a courtside brawl, with a couple of punches and some pushing/shoving), more language than expected (including both swear words like "s--t" and "a--hole" and racial epithets like "wetback"), and the requisite adolescent sexuality -- which includes some kissing in a convertible and an inappropriate relationship between an older shoe salesman and one of the 17-year-old players. If you don't over think it. With an invaluable assist from Sam Rockwell, hilarious and wounding as a deadbeat dad who lands a high school coaching gig, it's the rare inspirational movie with more than just winning or losing on its mind.

It was sweet and heartwarming. "Dealing with every issue ever existed in Independent movies at Once". That way, he won't have to make another movie like this ever again. Doesn't win points for originality, but the film keeps to a steady rhythm of entertainment, delivering a few laughs and tears along the way on DVD before it settles into its rightful home on basic cable. Basically, it's about a guy coaching a high school girl's basketball team. Fairly frequent use of words like "bitch," "a--hole," "p---y," and "s--t" by high-school students and adults. The coach is a huge drinker.

The strength of the The Winning Season is in its balances and ultimately the director/writers decision to allow humor and healing to be the driving force as the movie plays out. The Winning Season assumes that by making a traditional sports movie about a girl's team instead of boys, it has added something new to the genre and can just proceed as usual from there. 10:05 PM PDT 10/14/2010 Still, it would be a mistake to pass on this one. He's a drunk busboy.

Although the coach is a negative role model at first, he's also a positive influence in the girls' lives. This is an example of a solid, realistic script and wonderful actors coming together to make something that deserves to be seen.

"The Winning Season" teeters hither and thither on its tonal seesaw, never quite sure where its going and often forgetful of where it's been. The Winning Season respects its misfits (and its audience) by not stripping away their foibles in the service of sports-movie clichés. This place seems like it's 30 years in the past for some reason and it's embarrassing and insulting to watch. You'd think a movie with that much acting clout would have some redeeming value, but this does not. He ends up being more than just a coach to the girls, but a mentor and friend. In this movie we will see all the typical Clichés, A Loser Dad (Check), Father, Daughter Broken relationship (Check), Racist (Check), Gays (Check), Handicaps (Check), Teen Romance, where Boy is Callous (Check), Teen Girl falling for older man (Check), Drunk Coach (Check) and above all Quirky comedy with Wanna be Realistic ending (Where they Lost the Game & still happy because they come so far)Duhhh. Writer-director James C. Strouse's The Winning Season respects its misfits (and its audience) by not stripping away their foibles in the service of sports-movie clichés. There's consistent speculation about the assistant coach's sexuality, and one of the players questions her own sexuality because of how she feels toward an opposing player. Matthew Modine is fantastic in it too. Rockwell, one of Hollywood's most underrated actors, never gives a dull performance. Toward the very end of the movie, there are positive messages about teamwork, cooperation, and rising above differences to achieve a common goal. In reality, you could have called the movie "Clippers Basketball," and a viewer still would expect the girls to post a winning record. A movie doesn't need to have a bunch of effects or explosions or twists to be great. I was also very pleased to see a movie with a group of teenage girls that did not depict them as a bunch of catty little snots. A Thumbs up, P.S you don't need to like sports to enjoy this movie. Nicely done. TWITTER

There aren't many movies about women's basketball, and I'm glad they took a realistic approach instead of the typical teenage fare. Be the first to review this title.

After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. EMAIL ME. I loved the developing relationship between Sam Rockwell (the girls coach) and the team. Terry (Rob Corddry) is the high school principal and he invites his old classmate Bill Greaves (Sam Rockwell) back to coach girls' basketball. A mildly entertaining sports flick about a girl's basketball team and a chauvinistic coach who knows a lot about the game. Tired comedy about middle school basketball. Forgot your password? However, the film might set an unfortunate sort of indie record for handing out producing credits as 16 -- count 'em, 16 -- people are listed as producers or exec producers, not to mention three more co-producers. | and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.

AP It just flows and seems real. Paddington 2 accomplished the feat of having a 100% fresh rating on movie-review aggregation site …. I love Sam Rockwell. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Searching for streaming and purchasing options ... Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Sitting through The Winning Season you marvel at how it obsessively duplicates all such films that came before but still consistently thwarts your impulse to dismiss it out of hand.

Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Sam Rockwell's films are almost always worth watching be cause of this indie stalwart's taste in offbeat projects -- and his refusal to play to the audience's sympathy. External Reviews

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User Ratings This is a great little movie with a lot of heart that should have gotten more notice.

FAQ Running time: 1 hour, 44 minutes. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. | One of the players is involved with a much older guy and is shown holding hands and making out with him. Down-and-out coach, small-town Indiana high school, basketball -- sounds like Hoosiers, doesn't it? I loved this movie. The girls try to score a drink in one scene. He tries to reconnect to his daughter from his failed marriage. The guy who plays Cobb is just right too - blows TL Jones Cobb away by a couple bazillion miles! A welcome surprise...Rockwell gives a performance that's always funny, never sentimental...this one is worth finding. This movie is a real treat and has a lovely message to it. The Winning Season IS an enjoyable film because of some fine acting and its' feel-good tone, but I feel a bit uneasy about how the film handled some of the tough subject matter. The girls all learn not only to play better but to be more comfortable with themselves. How do the girls have to put their individual differences aside to be a successful team? I am not a big sports fan so maybe it didn't resonate with me as much as I would have liked. It has a strong start and a terrific ending with occasional winning moments in between, but the uneven story is heavily hindered by about 45 minutes smack in the middle of its 98-minute running time that feel forced, aimless and often redundant. His no-nonsense -- sometimes a tad harsh -- approach to coaching, in turn, teaches the girls to stand up for themselves, to believe in what they can accomplish together, despite their differences. The Winning Season movie reviews & Metacritic score: An adult misfit is brought on to coach the local girl’s high school basketball team. Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. But I do wish there was more Emma in this film. A film that feels fresh and insightful in a generally pretty played out genre. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Winning Season at Amazon.com. I've decided that Sam Rockwell should probably be in every movie from now on. The assistant coach is a great role model for showing the girls that being part of a team is significant and will, win or lose, mean a great deal to all of them for the rest of their lives. CALIFORNIA AND THIS IS SO GREAT I HAD PURCHASED MORE THEN ONE COPY. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Wondering if The Winning Season is OK for your kids?

and the Terms and Policies, Other words include "t-ts," "ass," and more. Meaghan Witri finds ways to make the girl discovering her lesbian nature not a cliche. You owe it to yourself to give this film a try.

Strouse's script is less a screenplay than a checklist: A misogynistic misfit takes over a girls' team and discovers that he, gasp, likes these girls -- check. There's some mild violence (a courtside brawl, with a couple of punches and some pushing/shoving), more language than expected (including both swear words like "s--t" and "a--hole" and racial epithets like "wetback"), and the requisite adolescent sexuality -- which includes some kissing in a convertible and an inappropriate relationship between an older shoe salesman and one of the 17-year-old players. If you don't over think it. With an invaluable assist from Sam Rockwell, hilarious and wounding as a deadbeat dad who lands a high school coaching gig, it's the rare inspirational movie with more than just winning or losing on its mind.

It was sweet and heartwarming. "Dealing with every issue ever existed in Independent movies at Once". That way, he won't have to make another movie like this ever again. Doesn't win points for originality, but the film keeps to a steady rhythm of entertainment, delivering a few laughs and tears along the way on DVD before it settles into its rightful home on basic cable. Basically, it's about a guy coaching a high school girl's basketball team. Fairly frequent use of words like "bitch," "a--hole," "p---y," and "s--t" by high-school students and adults. The coach is a huge drinker.

The strength of the The Winning Season is in its balances and ultimately the director/writers decision to allow humor and healing to be the driving force as the movie plays out. The Winning Season assumes that by making a traditional sports movie about a girl's team instead of boys, it has added something new to the genre and can just proceed as usual from there. 10:05 PM PDT 10/14/2010 Still, it would be a mistake to pass on this one. He's a drunk busboy.

Although the coach is a negative role model at first, he's also a positive influence in the girls' lives. This is an example of a solid, realistic script and wonderful actors coming together to make something that deserves to be seen.

"The Winning Season" teeters hither and thither on its tonal seesaw, never quite sure where its going and often forgetful of where it's been. The Winning Season respects its misfits (and its audience) by not stripping away their foibles in the service of sports-movie clichés. This place seems like it's 30 years in the past for some reason and it's embarrassing and insulting to watch. You'd think a movie with that much acting clout would have some redeeming value, but this does not. He ends up being more than just a coach to the girls, but a mentor and friend. In this movie we will see all the typical Clichés, A Loser Dad (Check), Father, Daughter Broken relationship (Check), Racist (Check), Gays (Check), Handicaps (Check), Teen Romance, where Boy is Callous (Check), Teen Girl falling for older man (Check), Drunk Coach (Check) and above all Quirky comedy with Wanna be Realistic ending (Where they Lost the Game & still happy because they come so far)Duhhh. Writer-director James C. Strouse's The Winning Season respects its misfits (and its audience) by not stripping away their foibles in the service of sports-movie clichés. There's consistent speculation about the assistant coach's sexuality, and one of the players questions her own sexuality because of how she feels toward an opposing player. Matthew Modine is fantastic in it too. Rockwell, one of Hollywood's most underrated actors, never gives a dull performance. Toward the very end of the movie, there are positive messages about teamwork, cooperation, and rising above differences to achieve a common goal. In reality, you could have called the movie "Clippers Basketball," and a viewer still would expect the girls to post a winning record. A movie doesn't need to have a bunch of effects or explosions or twists to be great. I was also very pleased to see a movie with a group of teenage girls that did not depict them as a bunch of catty little snots. A Thumbs up, P.S you don't need to like sports to enjoy this movie. Nicely done. TWITTER

There aren't many movies about women's basketball, and I'm glad they took a realistic approach instead of the typical teenage fare. Be the first to review this title.

After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. EMAIL ME. I loved the developing relationship between Sam Rockwell (the girls coach) and the team. Terry (Rob Corddry) is the high school principal and he invites his old classmate Bill Greaves (Sam Rockwell) back to coach girls' basketball. A mildly entertaining sports flick about a girl's basketball team and a chauvinistic coach who knows a lot about the game. Tired comedy about middle school basketball. Forgot your password? However, the film might set an unfortunate sort of indie record for handing out producing credits as 16 -- count 'em, 16 -- people are listed as producers or exec producers, not to mention three more co-producers. | and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.

AP It just flows and seems real. Paddington 2 accomplished the feat of having a 100% fresh rating on movie-review aggregation site …. I love Sam Rockwell. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Searching for streaming and purchasing options ... Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Sitting through The Winning Season you marvel at how it obsessively duplicates all such films that came before but still consistently thwarts your impulse to dismiss it out of hand.

Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Sam Rockwell's films are almost always worth watching be cause of this indie stalwart's taste in offbeat projects -- and his refusal to play to the audience's sympathy. External Reviews

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Sam Rockwell's never-ending ability to create intriguing characters proves essential to writer/director James C. Strouse, whose formulaic tale of redemption for a washed up basketball coach would otherwise be instantly forgettable. Common Sense and other associated names and logos are trademarks of Common Sense Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (FEIN: 41-2024986). I OWN AND OPERATE A SPORTSCARD SHOP IN SO.

"Rooney Mara might be the newly anointed Lisbeth Salander in the American remake of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," but she doesn't have enough to do here to impress other than with her rail-thin beauty.

User Ratings This is a great little movie with a lot of heart that should have gotten more notice.

FAQ Running time: 1 hour, 44 minutes. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. | One of the players is involved with a much older guy and is shown holding hands and making out with him. Down-and-out coach, small-town Indiana high school, basketball -- sounds like Hoosiers, doesn't it? I loved this movie. The girls try to score a drink in one scene. He tries to reconnect to his daughter from his failed marriage. The guy who plays Cobb is just right too - blows TL Jones Cobb away by a couple bazillion miles! A welcome surprise...Rockwell gives a performance that's always funny, never sentimental...this one is worth finding. This movie is a real treat and has a lovely message to it. The Winning Season IS an enjoyable film because of some fine acting and its' feel-good tone, but I feel a bit uneasy about how the film handled some of the tough subject matter. The girls all learn not only to play better but to be more comfortable with themselves. How do the girls have to put their individual differences aside to be a successful team? I am not a big sports fan so maybe it didn't resonate with me as much as I would have liked. It has a strong start and a terrific ending with occasional winning moments in between, but the uneven story is heavily hindered by about 45 minutes smack in the middle of its 98-minute running time that feel forced, aimless and often redundant. His no-nonsense -- sometimes a tad harsh -- approach to coaching, in turn, teaches the girls to stand up for themselves, to believe in what they can accomplish together, despite their differences. The Winning Season movie reviews & Metacritic score: An adult misfit is brought on to coach the local girl’s high school basketball team. Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. But I do wish there was more Emma in this film. A film that feels fresh and insightful in a generally pretty played out genre. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Winning Season at Amazon.com. I've decided that Sam Rockwell should probably be in every movie from now on. The assistant coach is a great role model for showing the girls that being part of a team is significant and will, win or lose, mean a great deal to all of them for the rest of their lives. CALIFORNIA AND THIS IS SO GREAT I HAD PURCHASED MORE THEN ONE COPY. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Wondering if The Winning Season is OK for your kids?

and the Terms and Policies, Other words include "t-ts," "ass," and more. Meaghan Witri finds ways to make the girl discovering her lesbian nature not a cliche. You owe it to yourself to give this film a try.

Strouse's script is less a screenplay than a checklist: A misogynistic misfit takes over a girls' team and discovers that he, gasp, likes these girls -- check. There's some mild violence (a courtside brawl, with a couple of punches and some pushing/shoving), more language than expected (including both swear words like "s--t" and "a--hole" and racial epithets like "wetback"), and the requisite adolescent sexuality -- which includes some kissing in a convertible and an inappropriate relationship between an older shoe salesman and one of the 17-year-old players. If you don't over think it. With an invaluable assist from Sam Rockwell, hilarious and wounding as a deadbeat dad who lands a high school coaching gig, it's the rare inspirational movie with more than just winning or losing on its mind.

It was sweet and heartwarming. "Dealing with every issue ever existed in Independent movies at Once". That way, he won't have to make another movie like this ever again. Doesn't win points for originality, but the film keeps to a steady rhythm of entertainment, delivering a few laughs and tears along the way on DVD before it settles into its rightful home on basic cable. Basically, it's about a guy coaching a high school girl's basketball team. Fairly frequent use of words like "bitch," "a--hole," "p---y," and "s--t" by high-school students and adults. The coach is a huge drinker.

The strength of the The Winning Season is in its balances and ultimately the director/writers decision to allow humor and healing to be the driving force as the movie plays out. The Winning Season assumes that by making a traditional sports movie about a girl's team instead of boys, it has added something new to the genre and can just proceed as usual from there. 10:05 PM PDT 10/14/2010 Still, it would be a mistake to pass on this one. He's a drunk busboy.

Although the coach is a negative role model at first, he's also a positive influence in the girls' lives. This is an example of a solid, realistic script and wonderful actors coming together to make something that deserves to be seen.

"The Winning Season" teeters hither and thither on its tonal seesaw, never quite sure where its going and often forgetful of where it's been. The Winning Season respects its misfits (and its audience) by not stripping away their foibles in the service of sports-movie clichés. This place seems like it's 30 years in the past for some reason and it's embarrassing and insulting to watch. You'd think a movie with that much acting clout would have some redeeming value, but this does not. He ends up being more than just a coach to the girls, but a mentor and friend. In this movie we will see all the typical Clichés, A Loser Dad (Check), Father, Daughter Broken relationship (Check), Racist (Check), Gays (Check), Handicaps (Check), Teen Romance, where Boy is Callous (Check), Teen Girl falling for older man (Check), Drunk Coach (Check) and above all Quirky comedy with Wanna be Realistic ending (Where they Lost the Game & still happy because they come so far)Duhhh. Writer-director James C. Strouse's The Winning Season respects its misfits (and its audience) by not stripping away their foibles in the service of sports-movie clichés. There's consistent speculation about the assistant coach's sexuality, and one of the players questions her own sexuality because of how she feels toward an opposing player. Matthew Modine is fantastic in it too. Rockwell, one of Hollywood's most underrated actors, never gives a dull performance. Toward the very end of the movie, there are positive messages about teamwork, cooperation, and rising above differences to achieve a common goal. In reality, you could have called the movie "Clippers Basketball," and a viewer still would expect the girls to post a winning record. A movie doesn't need to have a bunch of effects or explosions or twists to be great. I was also very pleased to see a movie with a group of teenage girls that did not depict them as a bunch of catty little snots. A Thumbs up, P.S you don't need to like sports to enjoy this movie. Nicely done. TWITTER

There aren't many movies about women's basketball, and I'm glad they took a realistic approach instead of the typical teenage fare. Be the first to review this title.

After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. EMAIL ME. I loved the developing relationship between Sam Rockwell (the girls coach) and the team. Terry (Rob Corddry) is the high school principal and he invites his old classmate Bill Greaves (Sam Rockwell) back to coach girls' basketball. A mildly entertaining sports flick about a girl's basketball team and a chauvinistic coach who knows a lot about the game. Tired comedy about middle school basketball. Forgot your password? However, the film might set an unfortunate sort of indie record for handing out producing credits as 16 -- count 'em, 16 -- people are listed as producers or exec producers, not to mention three more co-producers. | and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.

AP It just flows and seems real. Paddington 2 accomplished the feat of having a 100% fresh rating on movie-review aggregation site …. I love Sam Rockwell. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Searching for streaming and purchasing options ... Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Sitting through The Winning Season you marvel at how it obsessively duplicates all such films that came before but still consistently thwarts your impulse to dismiss it out of hand.

Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Sam Rockwell's films are almost always worth watching be cause of this indie stalwart's taste in offbeat projects -- and his refusal to play to the audience's sympathy. External Reviews

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