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It begins on the street. It ends here.

Jan 14,2005

Hollywood Movies | Drama

Ratings: 7.3 / 10 from

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Length: 136 Minute(s)
Based on a true story, in which Richmond High School head basketball coach Ken Carter made headlines in 1999 for benching his undefeated team due to poor academic results.
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violence A man is shot in the chest repeatedly; he falls to the ground, and we see him lying on the ground with a blood-soaked shirt. A store window is shattered and the man inside the store is frightened. A man spits on the window of another man's car, and the man gets out of his car and tries to confront the man who spat. Several young men argue, one pushes another into a wall, and one pulls a gun. Two young men are mugged at gunpoint (it turns out to be a hoax). A young man tries to hit a man who twists his arm behind him and shoves him against a wall. Young men argue on the basketball court in several scenes; in one scene they shove and punch each other, the teams' respective benches empty and the skirmish continues. Young men yell at and threaten each other in a few scenes, and a coach yells at team members in many scenes. A man and a woman argue. Several people yell abusively at a man. A woman talks about her son's death. All the students are inspected as they enter the school with metal detectors and security guards at the entrance. Young men are knocked down during basketball games.
profanity 1 F-word Relatively frequent uses of "sh*t" and "bullsh*t" The word "n*gg*r" is used (in a non-perjorative context) after which the person who said it is put in their place by Coach Carter (Samuel L. Jackson) 1 obscene hand gesture 3 sexual references 26 scatological terms
alcohol A young man delivers money and picks up drugs to sell.

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