This is under L because of Laurence Fishburne being in the film.
Director: Todd Randall
Writer: John Collins, Hamid Torebpour (Screenplay) Chad Mitchell (Story)
Starring: Milo Gibson, Laurence Fishburne, Abigail Hawk, Acorye White, Carter Redwood, Germain Arroyo, Adrian Favela, Nicholas Delgado
Plot: Brother’s Keeper is a true story about the ’09 Abilene High School Football team.
Runtime: 1 Hour 49 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Under the Stadium Lights starts as we get to meet the different high school football players that are left after a surprise defeat, with Chad Mitchell (Gibson) making it an option for the team to come together to show the problems they are having in their lives, which will bring to light a string of problems that will see the players show their vulnerable side, while the each member of the team will offer a chance to come together for the better.
Thoughts on Under the Stadium Lights
Thoughts – Under the Stadium Lights is a sports drama that focuses on four high school footballers that need to bounce back after a disastrous result, as well as learning to cope with their person problems when a local preacher gives them a chance to express their feelings of pain they are going through off the field. This is an important look at the struggles people will have in life and will show how people will come together as a community to support each other, with this being based on a real story, it would be interesting to learn just how much of this is real. This is more about the drama of coming together over seeing any of the football involved, even if I wouldn’t understand the game anyway. It does have a religious theme playing into the recover the people must go through.
Final Thoughts – Under the Stadium Lights is a religious sports drama that lacks the big impact on the main game changing sequences.