A Game of Honor

2011

Documentary

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IMDb Rating 8.1 10 84

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Reviewed by anthonydapiii 5 / 10

The Ultimate Game

I wanted to go to West Point when I was in high school. My goal was to play football at West Point too.

Even though my goal wasn't accomplished, and my life path was thankfully redirected, this documentary allowed me to live through an Army uniform in a way - especially with one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports.

Reviewed by troykleasner 7 / 10

Not just about football....watch it!

I can't believe this movie does not have all kinds of rave reviews. We watched it last night and we all were really surprised and liked it very much. It was much more than a football movie and we almost didn't watch it because of that. In fact, they could have left out the football story and still had a great documentary. Not that I think they should have. The parts that I found most interesting were about the schools, what the students go through and their families. In fact, I would have enjoyed more about them. If you have any interest in the military, West Point, Annapolis or college football, then do not miss this movie.

Reviewed by sdavid-41660 6 / 10

Disappointed!

I was drawn to this documentary, not just because as a native Philadelphian the majority of Army-Navy games were played in my city as the traditional half-way point between Annapolis and West Point, but also because of the enormous respect we should all hold for the service academies and their students, their honor code, their high intellectual standards, their leadership qualities, and their rigorous physical and academic programs. With the exception of Roger Staubach and a few others less famous, most football players at the military academies don't end up in the NFL. That's because, at least in the past, the academies had strict height and weight parameters to keep the corps of cadets and midshipmen looking more or less uniform. What they lacked in size as a disadvantage on the football field they had to make up for with speed and smarts. So I was disappointed to see in the documentary fat linemen like on any ordinary college football team. And I was doubly disappointed by the frequent dropping of the F-Bomb by some of the players. I rarely agreed with what President Obama had to say about anything, but he was absolutely accurate when in this documentary he called the cadets and midshipmen our nation's finest. I just expected better from our nation's finest as far as their language, and by the examples of unsportsmanlike conduct depicted in the film. Finally, while the documentary did admirably show some scholar athletes on both teams, a few of the other players heard speaking sounded as dumb as rocks. How they were able to gain admission to these fine institutions - except to play football - is anybody's guess.

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