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Ver The Hill Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Heroes Story

The Hill Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Heroes Story is a movie starring Chris Canales, Taylor Kitsch, and Eddie Canales. When a young high school football took a hit that paralyzed him on the field, his life turned to despair and...

Genres
Family, Biography, Documentary, Sport
Director
Seth Camillo, Andrew Lauer
Starring
Eddie Canales, Chris Canales, Taylor Kitsch, Al Michaels

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Genres Family, Biography, Documentary, Sport
Director Seth Camillo, Andrew Lauer
Writer Andrew Lauer
Stars Eddie Canales, Chris Canales, Taylor Kitsch, Al Michaels
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The compelling, heart-wrenching story of high school football star Chris Carnales, who's life was dramatically altered when he broke his neck in a football game leaving him paralyzed. Chris soon learned of others who suffered similar injuries and, with the help of his father, he overcame tremendous physical and emotional pain to start an organization with one goal in mind: get immediate help to other victims and their families. He called it Gridiron heroes.

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Tuesday, 26 May 2020 14:55

Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Heroes Story (2016) 8.5/10 By David Walters. The film explores the life of Chris Crider, the man who was the first quarterback to start at an Ivy League university, the first to win a national championship and the first quarterback to reach 1,000 passing yards and a Heisman Trophy. With the emergence of other quarterbacks in the 1950's, Crider's legend continued to grow and lead to his career at Notre Dame being the greatest in college football history. It was an amazing accomplishment and the film does a great job of chronicling the story of Crider, the journey that he took to achieve his goals, and the emergence of a legend. The film follows Crider from the beginning of his playing career to his eventual retirement from the game of football. It covers the highs and lows of Crider's life as a football player and coach, and the mistakes that he made along the way. It also explores the numerous people that Crider met along the way, and how they influenced his life. It also explores how his ideas of football and winning affected the lives of many people, especially his childhood and family. This is a story that was incredibly inspirational for me, and I'm sure it's also inspiring for many others. The film is not without flaws, of course. The documentary is quite dry and it isn't very engaging. It's quite obvious that they tried to cover every single aspect of Crider's life and career, but it is a bit hard to follow. They also do a terrible job of showing how he became a legend and his journey to becoming the greatest player of all time. But it's still an inspiring film that I highly recommend.
Friday, 22 May 2020 16:42

To begin, I am a long time fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the football teams of the 1970's, 80's and 90's. I've been interested in the NFL for many years and have been a fan of the players and coaches of the NFL for many years. I have always been an ardent supporter of the NFL and always have been. But I never expected the level of pride I would experience watching the birth of the Pittsburgh Steelers. After watching this documentary, I am now a believer. Although I still have a lot of reservations about the existence of the Pittsburgh Steelers, I am now more excited than ever to watch the team in the Super Bowl, something that I have been yearning for my entire life. The NFL was founded as a way to support the players and not the owners, but I do believe that the NFL has moved in the right direction. I believe that the best thing the NFL could have done in the early 1990's is to sponsor a second team and bring back the glory and the glory of the 1970's to the 2000's. While it is no secret that the NFL is not the "Greatest Show on Earth," I believe that it could be the greatest show on Earth. The NFL is not just about the NFL and sports. It is about the fans, the teams, the fans, and the NFL. I believe that the NFL needs to be embraced by the fans, not just by the owners and the teams. I believe that the fans want to see a team that is successful, and I believe that the fans will support the team if they are supported by the owners. This documentary does a great job of explaining the history of the Steelers and the NFL. I recommend it to everyone who is interested in the NFL, and I believe that it will help bring a positive image to the NFL. I am sure that most of the fans of the NFL will love this documentary and will be thrilled to see a second team in the NFL. I am very excited to see the Steelers in the Super Bowl, and I am also very excited to see the team on the field in Super Bowl XXVI.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 03:26

When I saw the trailer for the Chris Woods/Riggs Sports Hall of Fame documentary I knew it would be a great film. The fact that it is based on real life events and is about the sport of baseball and its effects on the lives of its participants makes it all the more special. It is well-made, well-acted, well-filmed and well-written. The story is told in three parts, which make sense for the length of the film. We follow the journey of Chris Woods, a professional baseball player who lives with his wife Lisa and his three children. It begins in 1984 with the first day of spring training, when Woods and his wife Lisa are leaving their home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is a writer who has been divorced for a number of years and is currently working in Washington, D.C. to support her children. Then in 1996 the Woods family moves to Washington, D.C. for college, when they go to college Chris becomes a big-league baseball player. There is a little bit of time between when they first arrive and when they move back to Virginia Beach. So the film is split between the first couple of years and the rest of the first couple of years of college. We see the two of them playing baseball, going to school, going to their jobs and having a family. As they make their way through college they are driven by the needs of their families and the sense that they are part of something great, something bigger than themselves. Then as the Woods family prepares for college, we see them in the major leagues, playing on the biggest stages, being on the court, playing for their teams and living the lives that most of us have only imagined. As they make their way through college and into the majors they are faced with the psychological and physical effects of playing in the major leagues. As they do so they are able to cope with these changes. Through baseball, they come to terms with the impact that the sport has had on them and come to terms with the loss of their wives and kids. In the film we get to see how they handle this loss. We get to see how their careers, both professionally and personally, take on a different aspect. We see how they deal with this loss and what they choose to do with it. We see how they are able to maintain the lives that they have built over the years and how they make the most of their professional lives. We see how they deal with the loss of their friends and family members. And we see how they manage the emotions and feelings that they have during this time. In the end we see them all have a lot of fun and doing the things that they did before baseball, like going to the movies, doing their weekly job, playing the piano and having a great time. Overall the film was very well done. It was well-made and well-acted. It showed the lives of professional athletes and the psychological effects they experience on a daily basis. It was well-written and well-directed. It told a good story and I was very impressed with the film. I highly recommend this film.


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