The Mighty Ducks (1992)
Average Rating: 3.9/10
Reviews Counted: 27
Fresh: 4 | Rotten: 23
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Average Rating: 3.1/10
Critic Reviews: 6
Fresh: 0 | Rotten: 6
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Average Rating: 3.1/5
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This fill-in-the-blanks children's comedy from Disney was such a success that it spawned a number of fill-in-the-blanks sequels -- along with a real-life professional hockey team. The basic story -- outcast coach handles a team of outcast kids and turns them from losers into winners -- has been told in a number of films, including Wildcats, The Bad News Bears, Hoosiers, and Youngblood. Here the sport is hockey. Emilio Estevez is Gordon Bombay, a high-powered lawyer haunted by an incident from
Sep 20, 1992 Wide
Apr 11, 2000
Buena Vista Pictures
Vincent A. Larusso
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John Paul Gamoke
Peter L. Mullin
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It must be said that this movie is sweet and innocent, and that at a certain level it might appeal to younger kids. I doubt if its ambitions reach much beyond that.
Steven Brill, who has a small role in the film, constructed the screenplay much as one would put together some of those particleboard bookcases from Ikea.
A pleasing and entertaining sports film, and one that can be appreciated by a wider audience thanks to its solid writing, and strong performances.
Harmless enough, but its schematic retread of a screenplay and its lethargic acting detracts from the unassuming, passable entertainment it might have been.
I chose to work as a cashier at a gas station over being an extra in this. I chose wisely.
Kids play hockey. Part 1.
A poorly directed and utterly predictable yarn aimed at the small fry, who will probably be entertained by its simplicity.
The script by Steven Brill is pure formula and totally predictable. He takes absolutely no chances.
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- Gordon Bombay: Why don't you play for us?
- Fulton Reed: I can't.
- Gordon Bombay: What do you mean you can't?
- Fulton Reed: I mean, I Can't!
- Gordon Bombay: What are you afraid?
- Fulton Reed: NoI mean I really can't you moron!!! I don't know how to skate!
- Gordon Bombay: Whoa. Is that all that's stopping ya?
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