Varsity Blues


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 41%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 40826


Uploaded By: LINUS
January 31, 2016 at 05:24 PM



Jesse Plemons as Tommy Harbor
Ali Larter as Darcy Sears
Paul Walker as Lance Harbor
Amy Smart as Julie Harbor
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763.59 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 4 / 8
1.59 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 5 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mike LeMar 5 / 10

Too much like All the Right Moves

It's a decent movie--there's nothing really "bad" about it--but as I said, it's pretty much All the Right Moves. It definitely has its differences but also definitely an identical basis: the star QB disliking the barbaric coach and being rebellious toward him, thinking he's out of line with how he coaches the team.

Reviewed by huggibear 6 / 10

This movie is just OK to me, Average 6 Star!

I like the acting. I like the typical story. I like how it played out, for the most part. There's quite a bit of cliché' in this and the usual high school stuff (popular (cheerleader or not) girl wants the star quarterback, even if it means cheating). The part that seemed unbelievable to me was the 'alcohol', and the getting into a 'go-go' bar for a late 90's film. Maybe I don't know Texas as well as I should, but I think Texas is included in the United States and the 21 year old legal drinking age, so the ability to get alcohol so freely under age and the ability to create debauchery at their age wasn't real to me. I think it was way over-exaggerated and unnecessary. Parental guidance was pretty non-existent here, but it was all about the football and alcohol, I guess. It wasn't a waste of time, but it was an average high school sports flick with a 'stuck in his ways after several years at the position' kind of head coach. Overcome difficulties and obstacles for the victories of desire.

Reviewed by Davis P 9 / 10

My favorite sports movie

OK so I hate sports, I mean I really do, hate watching football, always have and always will. So I really didn't originally think that I would enjoy this movie, but to my surprise I really enjoyed it. I don't usually ever like sports movies since I hate sports, but this movie is much more layered than you may think. It's loaded with drama, romance, friendship, important messages, and admirable characters. It's not a hyper masculine movie about men playing football. It has detailed characters dealing with their lives and all that entails. The cast is great. James Van Der Beek gives a fantastic performance and proves himself to be more than just the star of a teenage drama (Dawson's Creek). Scott Caan is good here too, and no I'm not just talking about his ass lol, now that's fine as hell, but that's not all he is in this film, he provides a nice comic relief and plays a very fun outgoing character. Paul Walker (RIP) is great here, I loved his character and he proved himself as an actor early here. Rock on Paul, we miss you xoxo. Jon voight is great as the villainous football coach, he plays it very well, if you don't hate him as a character then there's something wrong with you lol. Ali Larter and Amy Smart are both good too. I loved Beek and Smart's romantic chemistry. The script is well put together, I love the deep interesting dialogue between the characters. The script made me connect more with each of the characters. I was sincerely hoping this film wouldn't be a bland testosterone filled sports movie that is just dumb, and my hopes were meet satisfaction. This is the best sports movie ever in my opinion. 9/10.

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