Coach Carter (7/9) Movie CLIP – Timeout Pep Talk (2005) HD


Coach Carter (7/9) Movie CLIP - Timeout Pep Talk (2005) HD
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    CLIP DESCRIPTION:
    Coach Carter (Samuel L. Jackson) refocuses his team after getting behind during the third quarter of the championship game.
    
    FILM DESCRIPTION:
    The true-life story of a coach who tries to teach his players that there's more to life than basketball is brought to the screen in this sports drama. Ken Carter (Samuel L. Jackson) was once a star player on the Richmond High School basketball team in Richmond, CA, and years later, after establishing himself in publishing and marketing, he returns to the school and to the team as the new basketball coach. Carter quickly sees that his work is cut out for him -- the team is having an awful season, and their fights off the court are more decisive than their play on the court. While Carter wants to make the Richmond cagers into a winning team, he also wants a lot more -- to teach the boys to respect themselves and one another, and that they must excel in the classroom as well as in the gymnasium. Under Carter's guidance, the team turns their losing season around, with the state title a genuine possibility. However, when Carter learns that a number of his players have let their grade point averages slip below 2.3, as mandated in a contract he entered into with the students, he decides to lock the team out of the gym and send them into study hall until their marks improve. Carter's plan quickly becomes a subject of controversy among parents and team boosters, and their objections are soon picked up by the local news media, many of whom are not sympathetic to Carter's belief that his players must have goals beyond college ball or the NBA. Coach Carter also features Rob Brown and Rick Gonzalez as members of the team, and R&B diva Ashanti in her film debut as the girlfriend of one of Carter's players.
    
    CREDITS:
    TM & © Paramount (2005)
    Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, Rob Brown, Robert Ri'chard, Rick Gonzalez, Nana Gbewonyo, Antwon Tanner, Texas Battle, Clyde Goins
    Director: Thomas Carter
    Producers: Thomas Carter, David Gale, Nan Morales, Brian Robbins, Caitlin Scanlon, Sharla Sumpter, Van Toffler, Michael Tollin
    Screenwriters: John Gatins, Mark Schwahn
    
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    1. I always liked this film, they do a really good job of brining basketball to life. So often films do this kinda thing and people who know the sport get thrown off because the portrayal of the sport is bad. In CC, there's barely anything wrong and when they cut to a different angle there's great continuity

    2. I played junior basketball when I was a kid, from '95 to '99, our team was the typical rag tag of rejects… some of us had been playing since the minor categories, and some others came because no other club would take them.
      we would do GREAT during week training, top notch athletes, nobody would complain during PT…. we'd get to the weekend matches, and the opposing team would still wipe the floor with us.
      that taught me an important lesson for years to come: the weekend match is won during the week.

      years later, in online gaming, I would join a clan in an MMO game that would have server-wide events every other week.
      same deal: weekly training? all synched up, like a chamber orchestra, hat-tricks, multitasking, the whole deal.
      weekend match? total desertion, people not having a clue where they were, failing to follow orders….
      it wasn't until I personally took it upon myself to become that angry guy nobody would mess with that we started doing some damage….. not because WE were getting better, but because any potential enemies were getting discouraged, by watching somebody play so over-the-top aggressive, that they just didn't want to fight us for real.

    3. My coach quoted some phrases from this pep talk.

      Teammate said: Hold up, that from Coach Carter??

      Coach: *shakes head “aight just play defense”