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All around a good movie over all
Amazing acting, and a surprising performance by Ray Allen. Normally acting doesn't crossover particularly well from the court to the screen, but Ray Allen makes a great counter. A compelling story with great character development.
A heartfelt story about a broken father-son relationship. Well acted and showing the pressure and tactics used on top athletic recruits.
Good movie, The story and the acting was intresting.
A hokey fantasy about a man and his son with too little genuine darkness to be realistic, and too much Aaron Copeland doing the heavy lifting, but some enjoyable performances and great images.
one of my favorite movies of all time
Denzel Washington terrific, as usual. Pro basketball player that played his son was also very good. Spike Lee gets a bit heavy handed with his message about the pressure on great high school athletes, but makes his point. Downer ending - typical of Lee.
It's okay. Denzel does a great job of making you love him and hate him; his performance is really the only reason to watch this.
Capitalism the basketball story
I really enjoyed He Got Game. Lee's signature unorthodox direction was interesting and Denzel was excellent. Loved the cameos by big figures in the NBA. And for an athlete, Ray Allen could act!