Jamaican

The team is assembled, but money for the trip at first no, but in Calgary waiting for the new test. Will the team of their with honor, and whether to break first in the competition, and then in the list of champions? See and only if you can find an unexpected answer to the basic question the film! Although, something tells me that you have already guessed how it will be. Nevertheless, the film should look. You can warm yourself or a group of friends, you can collect all the family watching television. After all, it is important, as recounted this story. It miraculously a balance of irony, humor, mild didacticism and ponderous pathos.

The last episode of the movie, many watched it was not sentimental guy is a strange feeling treacherous lump in the throat. And they all watched frank laughter cause great scenes training team, attempts to raise money for the trip, watching races at home athletes, and more. 98 minutes movie pass unnoticed, not overloaded with emotions or overextended scenes and even necessary in such films morality filed unobtrusively. In this case, all the required elements are met, stamps inside and out. The heroes fight and make peace, tolerate something important for yourself, the coach repents and extracts closet skeleton, the public at the end of the film smoothly into the side of the Jamaican bobsledder (itself a combination of luxury, huh?) And look – still not bored. At Italian Open you will find additional information.

Fun, sometimes a bit sad, but the impression of "steep turns" remains positive and optimistic. Yes, and moral message to young people more than worthy: never give up, no matter what happens, go for their dreams, and remember that any path becomes easier with these friends. However, all this so far only words. To finally be assured that the movie can be good if there is a standard plot and a lot of cliches, you need only look at this fascinating sports comedy. And who knows, maybe after watching this film your friends and family will more tolerable to the standard histories, if they tell the same fun. But what about the fight with a stamp? You know, for many it is already a familiar stamp

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