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  • Actors: Montrail 'Money' Brown, O.C. Brown, Bill Courtney, Chavis Daniels
  • Directors: Daniel Lindsay, T.J. Martin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Twc
  • DVD Release Date: February 19, 2013
  • Run Time: 114 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AF4OSJ0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,060 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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No hope. No future... until a football season united a team and revealed the character that turned them into heroes. UNDEFEATED, an Academy Awardr winning documentary, (2011 Best Documentary Feature - Dan Lindsay, TJ Martin and Rich Middlemas), is the inspiring and moving tale of three underprivileged student-athletes from inner-city Memphis and the volunteer coach, Bill Courtney, trying to help them beat the odds on and off the field.

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One of the best sport movies I have ever seen.
John Morgan
This is about poverty and real life, the life many of us never see or care to acknowledge!
Tom
Great movie about life and a true story of character, A must see for everyone!!!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Paul Allaer TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 17, 2012
"Undefeated" (110 min.) brings the story of the North Memphis Manassas High School football team's 2009 season. The football team's history is one of losing, losing, losing, until a few years before that a volunteer coach named Bill Courtney steps up and coaches and wills these young men, all of them underprivileged from this inner-city part of Memphis, to greater things. "Coach Bill", as he is referred to by his players, tries to instill discipline, character, and the "team first" concept to them, and what a struggle it is.

The title of this documentary is quite curious, as the team does NOT go undefeated, nor do these young men go undefeated through life. The movie focuses primarily on three of the team's players, including a young man who returns to school as a junior after having served a 15 month jail sentence as a juvenile (it is never made clear what he did to deserve that sentence). Another of those kids the movie focuses on gets injured early into the season and we see him struggle, having lost a sense of belonging (as he is no longer part of the team) but trying to get back into shape in time for the play-offs. There are many incredible moments in this movie that I won't spoil here, but suffice it to say that I welled up on more than one occasion. Special mention to "Coach Bill", who does an incredible job, at the sacrifice of his own family (he has a wife and 4 young kids). Be sure to watch the end credits, as the film makers reveal what became of the pirncipals in this movie after that 2009 season.

"Undefeated" won this year's Oscar for "Best Documentary" and it's easy to see why.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Paul Allaer TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 27, 2012
"Undefeated" (110 min.) brings the story of the North Memphis Manassas High School football team's 2009 season. The football team's history is one of losing, losing, losing, until a few years before that a volunteer coach named Bill Courtney steps up and coaches and wills these young men, all of them underprivileged from this inner-city part of Memphis, to greater things. "Coach Bill", as he is referred to by his players, tries to instill discipline, character, and the "team first" concept to them, and what a struggle it is.

The title of this documentary is quite curious, as the team does NOT go undefeated, nor do these young men go undefeated through life. The movie focuses primarily on three of the team's players, including a young man who returns to school as a junior after having served a 15 month jail sentence as a juvenile (it is never made clear what he did to deserve that sentence). Another of those kids the movie focuses on gets injured early into the season and we see him struggle, having lost a sense of belonging (as he is no longer part of the team) but trying to get back into shape in time for the play-offs. There are many incredible moments in this movie that I won't spoil here, but suffice it to say that I welled up on more than one occasion. Special mention to "Coach Bill", who does an incredible job, at the sacrifice of his own family (he has a wife and 4 young kids). Be sure to watch the end credits, as the film makers reveal what became of the pirncipals in this movie after that 2009 season.

"Undefeated" won this year's Oscar for "Best Documentary" and it's easy to see why.
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2011's Academy Award winning feature for Best Documentary, "Undefeated" tells the true story of a high school football team in Memphis that defied the odds to challenge other squads with much greater resources and support. Told largely through one exciting season, we see the team evolve as a powerhouse with the tireless assistance of a volunteer coach named Bill Courtney. Building the team from the ground up, Courtney sees football as a way to build character with many of his troubled teens. And indeed, these kids are growing up in a world where crime and poverty claim victims all around them. You probably know the format of the inspiring sports documentary. There have certainly been plenty of them. "Undefeated" is, at the same time, exactly what you might expect but also a great deal more. Football becomes a metaphor for something much larger. And if you think you know the outcome due to the film's title, it doesn't necessarily refer to a winning season!

"Undefeated" is structured around several key players as well as the coach. Courtney is an inspiring character who sacrifices time with his own family to do what he loves. He's found several unlikely stars on the team, but getting them to work together with discipline might be his biggest obstacle. There is a volatile hothead just out of juvenile correction, a massive player with innate speed and talent, and a scrappy go-getter that faces the ultimate challenge as the season progresses. At times, the efforts to build a team seem futile. But perseverance and persistence will ultimately gain the school and its players a form of respect that they have never experienced and really didn't anticipated. In the end, some will rise and some will stumble but all will be changed in a substantial way.
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