Remember the Titans (2000)



Critic Consensus: An inspirational crowd-pleaser with a healthy dose of social commentary, Remember the Titans may be predictable, but it's also well-crafted and features terrific performances.

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Based on actual events that took place in 1971, a white southern high school is integrated with black students from a nearby school. Both schools are recognized for their football programs which are now unified. The black coach is chosen to be the head coach of the integrated team, leaving the previous white head coach with feelings of animosity at having to be an assistant under a black man.

Rating: PG (for thematic elements and some language)
Genre: Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Gregory Allen Howard, Gregory Allen Howard
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 20, 2001
Box Office: $114.3M
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as Coach Herman Boone

as Coach Bill Yoast

as Julius `Big Ju' Camp...

as Gerry Bertier

as Petey Jones

as Jerry `Rev' Harris

as Lewis Lastik

as Ronnie `Sunshine' Ba...

as Sheryl Yoast

as Carol Boone

as Emma Hoyt

as Blue Stanton

as Alan Bosley

as Darryl "Blue" Stanto...

as Ray Budds

as Glascoe

as Jerry Buck

as Kirk Barker

as Coach `Doc' Hinds

as Coach Tyrell

as A.D. Watson

as Executive Director

as Mr. Campbell

as Col. Bass

as Mr. Bosley

as Captain Hal

as Coach Ed Henry

as Coach Taber

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as Kip Tyler--Groveton

as Ferdinand Day

as Mrs. Bertier

as Radio Announcer

as Colorman

as White Girl No. 1

as White Girl No. 2

as White Kid No. 1

as Black Kid No. 1

as Black Kid No. 2

as Official

as Crooked Official

as Quarterback

as Marshall Assistant C...

as Fred Alderson

as Reporter No. 1

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as Titan Supporter

as Emma's Friend

as Black Newspaper Man

as Heckler

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as Special Teams Coach

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as Coach "Doc" Hinds
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Critic Reviews for Remember the Titans

All Critics (135) | Top Critics (35)

Maybe it's all true. But one is always a little discomfited when life, or a movie, imitates weary melodramatic patterns this slavishly.

Full Review… | July 31, 2008
TIME Magazine
Top Critic

The leads, Denzel Washington and particularly Will Patton, are so good they occasionally make you forget the material is shameless.

Full Review… | March 26, 2007
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

The emphasis on the players' developing mutual trust, is absorbing to watch and cleanly directed.

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

Inspiring football drama brings history to life.

Full Review… | December 28, 2010
Common Sense Media

The crack-of-dawn jog to Gettysburg is the only hokey Hail Mary in an otherwise smart, stirring sports film. Consider "Titans" a PG-rated, kindhearted drill for the brutal sadism that would win Denzel Washington an Oscar for "Training Day."

Full Review… | September 17, 2010

The absence of innovation can easily be forgiven.

Full Review… | January 14, 2010

Audience Reviews for Remember the Titans


Sports dramas tend to follow a specific set of guidelines to tell its story. Ever films in the genre seem to embody the feel good aspect that has been a staple of the genre since the early sports movies, and I'm fine with that. With Remember the Titans, we have a good drama that is based on real events, and does something a bit different than your normal genre film, but it does add the typical elements that are we come to expect with these films. What is great about the film is the fact that it adds a lot to the story by showing the racial tension, and in doing that, the plot becomes more intricate, engaging and thought provoking. The performances are very good, and there several that stand out, especially that of its lead actors Denzel Washington and Will Patton. The film tackles an important subject that goes beyond the sports dramatic genre, and it does it pretty well. However, I did feel that at times there could have been a few improvements as well. Remember the Titans is a good film, but one that should really have stood considering the subject the film displays. If this wasn't released by Disney, then maybe a much better movie would have been made. This is good for what it is, but you end up wanting more from its story. For a sports film that uses the issue of race in its story, this film really should have been memorable. But what we have here is good entertainment, but to viewers wanting a bit more, you'll be a bit disappointed because like all other genre films, it is a tad predictable, and it left a lot of unexplored ideas that just never came to fruition. Nonetheless, Remember the Titans is a good story, one that showed teamwork in the face of prejudice, and in the end it's all that matters.

Alex roy

Super Reviewer

Denzel Washington leads the team on a charge until the final whistle in Remember the Titans, a grand and inspirational football film. This Walt Disney classic is a primitive display of adversity and courage. The amount of chemistry from the then-segregated gridiron warriors was remarkable and helped propel this film as a truly great and heartfelt sports movie for every generation to experience. 5/5

Eugene Bernabe
Eugene Bernabe

Super Reviewer


Extremely formulaic sports drama, but with a great leading performance from Denzel Washington, this film becomes something more special.

Jameson Worley

Super Reviewer

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