- Starring: Clancy Brown, Dennis Quaid, Rob Brown
- Summary: Based on a true story, "The Express" follows the extraordinary life of college football hero Ernie Davis, the first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy. His fight for equality and respect forever changed the face of American sports, and his story continues to inspire new generations. (Universal Pictures)… Expand
- Director: Gary Fleder
- Genre(s): Biography, Drama, Sport
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RonR.Oct 11, 2008This film has come along at a time when America needs to be reminded that great people have strength, character and integrity. I gave me hope and reinforced that people can rise above adversity and negativity. I will see it again in order to balance news about politicians or financial company CEOs.… Expand
DonnaT.Oct 11, 2008Excellent movie A history lesson that demonstrates character, courage, determination, sacrifice, teamwork and excellence ! I'm not even a football fan. Every young person should see.… Expand
SharonC.Oct 19, 2008I truly do not understand why this movie is given such a low rating by the critics. The film portrays our countries attitude towards African Americans at that time with great insight and accuracy. The acting is superb by both Dennis Quaid and Rob Brown. Plus, the supporting cast ain't to bad either. One feature of the film that I really liked was the editing...slicing actually scenes into the story. During the 50's, and 60's I watched Jim Brown play for the Cleveland Browns from the stands.… Collapse
JerryV.Oct 13, 2008Very good sports movie probably one of the best.
SteveTrippOct 25, 2008Good film overall. Didn't have the fluidity that most good piopics have but I still recommend it.
BK.Oct 23, 2008Inspiring story told strictly by0the-book. The lead nails the part! Quaid has done this part many times before.
JayH.Jan 11, 2009Endless and boring, a good hour could have cut and it wouldn't matter. I have seen all this SO many times before. It is so cliche ridden it is ridiculous. The acting and the story are way too melodramatic.Totally predictable.… Expand
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