Critic Review - Chicago Reader

Made-for-TV eyewash for disheartened Bears fans to drown their sorrows in.

January 25, 2008 Full Review Source: Chicago Reader | Comments (5)
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Stop Staring At My Name

Jack Dabronzke

It was a good film, about an event that happened, that's why you hate it? They were basing it on the life of a great man, if you hate that would hate all: biopics, epics, and sport movies.

Aug 19 - 06:57 PM


Bob Hope

You mad brah?

Jun 21 - 07:28 PM

Robert Cowan

Robert Cowan

With the strength and the courage, I love Brian Picollo.

Feb 5 - 04:51 AM


Aaron Yovanovits

How dare you?

Aug 24 - 08:49 AM

Andrew I.

Andrew Imrie

Aren't critics supposed look for the universal themes in films? Isn't that kinda your job? The overriding elements of this film can apply to anyone, whether or not they are a Bears fan, or even like football. I don't know if the Bears suffered a particularly bad loss before you wrote this review, but perhaps you should watch it again in a slightly less cranky state of mind.

Nov 30 - 12:28 PM

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