Hurricane Season

Synopsis: A year after Hurricane Katrina, Al Collins, a high school basketball coach in Marrero, Louisiana, assembles a team of players who had previously attended five different schools before the disaster and leads them on the path to the state championships.
Genre: Drama, Sport
Director(s): Tim Story
Production: Weinstein Co.
 
IMDB:
6.7
PG-13
Year:
2009
102 min
46 Views

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Man:

Most of y'all have played for me before,

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so you know I don't claim to be

some basketball guru.

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My playbook is downright simple.

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Only five set offensive plays...

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five.

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Now believe it or not,

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we can go all the way

with just those five plays.

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We're gonna practice

those plays 1000 times.

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We're gonna practice 'em

till they are part of your...

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your DNA.

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All you boys need are three things.

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One, execution.

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Two, cohesiveness...

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which is just another fancy word

for teamwork.

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You must learn to act as one unit

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on both ends of the court.

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One finger can't pick up a pebble.

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But one hand...

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Boy:

Can move the Earth.

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...can move the Earth.

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Somebody was

listening to me last year.

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That's good.

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Three, effort.

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You must bring it to every practice.

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You must bring it to every moment,

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to every second of every game.

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You leave that out there

on that hard wood,

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and win or lose,

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you will never have to look

in the mirror and wonder,

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"Did I do enough?"

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We could have ourselves

a great year, fellas.

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A great year.

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But it all starts right here

and right now.

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Let's get to the baseline!

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- Let's go!

- All right, Coach.

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Run, fellas. Run.

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All right, Christian.

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Where you at, Spence?

Where you at?

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[Chattering]

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All right, you know you

can't be on me like that.

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You hear me?

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What are the two of y'all doing kissing

out in the middle of everybody?

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Christian, basketball first this year.

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- Girls second, Coach, yeah.

- You got that, Courtney?

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Yes, sir.

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He knows me?

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Of course he knows you, girl.

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Boy:

Yo, come on, I got one.

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Ball right here. Mismatch.

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Come on, G, shake him up, man.

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Come on, shake him up, Gary.

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- You got it, Gary!

- [Groaning, cheering]

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I hope you're having fun.

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Wooo!

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- [Rap music playing]

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