The Gabby Douglas Story

Synopsis: The story follows the childhood and teen years of Gabby Douglas, the first black gymnast in Olympic history to become the Individual All-Around Champion and the first American gymnast to win gold in both the individual all-around and team competitions at the same Olympics.
Director(s): Gregg Champion
Production: Sony Pictures Entertainment
  1 win & 9 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.1
NOT RATED
Year:
2014
86 min
Website
158 Views

One-handed!

Girl, you're gonna

break your neck.

Did you see it, Mom?

Did you?

Did you see my shrub?

One-handed!

But I can do it no-handed.

Want to see?

It's called an aerial.

I can still do it.

But I haven't taught you yet.

Doesn't matter! Watch!

Hey, hey, hey! Get in this house!

I know every single one of you

have homework to do, so let's go.

I can do an aerial.

Look at my shrub!

Why would you think the shrub

would be a landing pad?

Here we go. There.

"Today should always be

better than yesterday."

Why that one?

Because that, John,

is the secret to life.

A secret?

Mmm-hmm.

That's the reason why it's at

the top of our vision board.

It's like another way of saying,

"Don't look back. Move forward."

God helps those

who help themselves.

How do you think we got here?

We rented a truck.

All right, smarty-pants.

God helped us rent the truck.

There you go.

Put this on the vision board.

We are not getting a dog.

But, Mom!

It will make today better than yesterday.

All right, I'll put it up,

but only as a metaphor.

A what?

Um... A reminder

to follow your dreams,

even though we are

not getting a dog.

So where do you want to put him?

Right here.

All right.

You put it up there. Okay.

You broke it! Did not!

Tag! You're it!

That's unfair!

You're just a slowpoke! Slowpoke!

Hey, hey, hey, hey!

I'm on the phone. Take that outside.

Yes.

Hey! Hey!

Come back here!

Yeah. Yeah, I can do Wednesday,

too, if I really push it. For sure.

Okay. Thank you.

You're it!

Hmm.

Nice work, Arie.

You're moving fast.

Ooh!

What did she break now? I swear,

that child is gonna drive me crazy.

You should put her

in gymnastics class.

Who? Brie?

No, I always saw you as the gym star.

The leotards on and your hair in a

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