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[mod] 7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling nonfiction novel comes to life with this spectacular big-screen adaptation. Set in the 1930s, SEABISCUIT weaves its story around three men who turned a seemingly untamable horse into a bona fide champion. Jeff Bridges is Charles Howard, a thriving entrepreneur who gives horse racing a shot when his wife leaves him after the death of their son. Chris Cooper is Tom Smith, a mumbling, sensitive horse trainer who sees the untapped potential of Seabiscuit hiding under his flawed outer shell. Tobey Maguire is Red Pollard, a stubborn, oversized jockey who is determined to prove to the world that he has what it takes to be a champion. Together, these men use their individual gifts to mold Seabiscuit into a national icon, culminating in a showdown with Triple Crown winner War Admiral. But when Red breaks his leg riding another horse, Howard must call in George Woolf (played by real life jockey Gary Stevens) to keep the dream alive.
In adapting Hillenbrand's celebrated novel, writer-director Gary Ross condensed many of the book's characters and events yet his film retains the inspirational spirit of the source material, resulting in a crowd-pleasing, feel-good drama that will have audiences cheering all the while.

Special Features
Audio Commentary By Director Gary Ross
Bringing The Legend To Life - Featurette
Seabiscuit Versus War Admiral - The 1938 Match Race
Anatomy Of A Movie Moment
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Top movie, I'm looking forward to the bluray release of this.
I like it :)
good film, but how old??? No wonder it's cheap!
This is a really nice movie. I also liked Hidalgo. heat!
Just saw it the other day on Film4...Brilliant movie! Have some heat!

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