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Ver '85: The Greatest Team in Pro Football History

'85: The Greatest Team in Pro Football History is a movie starring Barack Obama, Mike Singletary, and Jim McMahon. 1985 Chicago Bears. This movie will reveal the full story behind the 1985 Super Bowl Shuffle Chicago Bears.

Genres
Sport
Director
Scott Prestin
Starring
Jeremy Piven, Barack Obama, Mike Singletary, Jim McMahon

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Genres Sport
Director Scott Prestin
Stars Jeremy Piven, Barack Obama, Mike Singletary, Jim McMahon
Country USA
Also Known As '85: The Greatest Team in Football History
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 1985 Chicago Bears. This movie will reveal the full story behind the 1985 Super Bowl Shuffle Chicago Bears.

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Sunday, 10 May 2020 01:33

This is a film with a unique and often overlooked twist: the 'Dream Team' of the 1970's and 80's. These players are portrayed as real life individuals with no baggage or preconceptions and can be felt and identified with in their own right. Many of these players are still playing and a very small number of them have retired and this film provides a unique window into the lives of these players. The only thing that was missing was the Jerry Rice or John Riggins to show that these players were all the same person with one specific set of dreams. Unfortunately, this film does not have these players. There are no stars that embody the entire group. I believe that this is the reason why the film was so short. It would have been easier to show the other members of the Dream Team with a larger role in the film. However, a few notable players that are still playing are not included: Steve Young, Ray Nitschke, Sid Gillman, Junior Seau, Ed King, Walter Payton, Joe Namath, Herschel Walker, and the legendary Tony Dorsett. I am not sure if the film was too short or what the director, Tod Shrier, was trying to achieve with the film. Maybe it was an attempt to show that there was a group of players that had a special connection that was hard to find or that were already dead. Or maybe the directors were trying to show the difference between a group of friends and a group of football players. Regardless, I still enjoyed this film and found it to be a fascinating look into these players' lives. I believe that it would be a great documentary to show to high school students and college students about these players.


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