Remember the Titans (2000) Full Movie

Remember the Titans
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Remember the Titans (2000) : After leading his football team to 15 winning seasons, coach Bill Yoast is demoted and replaced by Herman Boone – tough, opinionated and as different from the beloved Yoast as he could be. The two men learn to overcome their differences and turn a group of hostile young men into champions.

Title Remember the Titans (2000)
Release Date Sep 29, 2000
Genres
Production Company Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Run It Up Productions Inc., Technical Black, Walt Disney Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Denzel Washington, Will Patton, Wood Harris, Ryan Hurst, Donald Faison, Craig Kirkwood, Ethan Suplee, Kip Pardue, Hayden Panettiere, Nicole Ari Parker, Kate Bosworth
Plot Keywords ku klux klan, american football, 1970s, trainer, sports team, race politics, coaction, civil rights, apartheid, friendship, sports, high school, racial segregation, racist, high school sports, based on a true story, racial tension, xenophobia, virginia, head coach
Coach Herman Boone
Coach Herman Boone
Denzel Washington
Coach Bill Yoast
Coach Bill Yoast
Will Patton
Julius Campbell
Julius Campbell
Wood Harris
Gerry Bertier
Gerry Bertier
Ryan Hurst
Petey Jones
Petey Jones
Donald Faison
Jerry 'Rev' Harris
Jerry 'Rev' Harris
Craig Kirkwood
Louie Lastik
Louie Lastik
Ethan Suplee
Ronnie 'Sunshine' Bass
Ronnie 'Sunshine' Bass
Kip Pardue
Sheryl Yoast
Sheryl Yoast
Hayden Panettiere
Carol Boone
Carol Boone
Nicole Ari Parker
Emma Hoyt
Emma Hoyt
Kate Bosworth
Blue Stanton
Blue Stanton
Earl Poitier
Alan Bosley
Alan Bosley
Ryan Gosling
Ray Budds
Ray Budds
Burgess Jenkins
Frankie Glascoe
Frankie Glascoe
Neal Ghant
Cook
Cook
David Jefferson
Jerry Buck
Jerry Buck
Preston Wigasi Brant
Kirk Barker
Kirk Barker
John Michael Weatherly
Coach Paul 'Doc' Hines
Coach Paul 'Doc' Hines
Gregory Alan Williams
Coach Herb Tyrell
Coach Herb Tyrell
Brett Rice
A.D. Watson
A.D. Watson
Richard Fullerton
Executive Director
Executive Director
J. Don Ferguson
Nicky Boone
Nicky Boone
Krysten Leigh Jones
Charles Campbell
Charles Campbell
Afemo Omilami
Colonel William G. Bass
Colonel William G. Bass
Andrew Masset
Fred Bosley
Fred Bosley
Tim Ware
Captain Hal
Captain Hal
Tom Turbiville
Coach Ed Henry
Coach Ed Henry
Tom Nowicki
Coach Taber
Coach Taber
Jim Grimshaw
Coach Tolbert
Coach Tolbert
David Dwyer
Kip Tyler
Kip Tyler
Bo Keister
Ferdinand Day
Ferdinand Day
Lou Walker
Mrs. Jean Bertier
Mrs. Jean Bertier
Marion Guyot
Radio Announcer
Radio Announcer
Rhubarb Jones
Colorman
Colorman
Bob Neal
Doctor
Doctor
Dan Albright
Cop
Cop
Mike Pniewski
Nurse Allice
Nurse Allice
Sharon Blackwood
White Girl #1
White Girl #1
Paula Claire Jones
White Girl #2
White Girl #2
Kelly Cheston
White Kid #1
White Kid #1
Walker Jones
Black Kid #1
Black Kid #1
Ronald L. Conner
Black Kid #2
Black Kid #2
Courtney James Stewart
Official
Official
E.Y. Coley
Official
Official
John Wesley
Crooked Official
Crooked Official
B. Keith Harmon
Quarterback
Quarterback
Andy Francis
Marshall Assistant Coach
Marshall Assistant Coach
Stuart Greer
Lee Roy 'Monk' Davis
Lee Roy 'Monk' Davis
Derick Marshall
Fred Alderson
Fred Alderson
Scott Miles
Reporter #1
Reporter #1
Kevin Dankosky
Reporter #2
Reporter #2
David Chandley
Reporter #3
Reporter #3
Scott Slade
Reporter #4
Reporter #4
Ric Reitz
Titan Supporter
Titan Supporter
Steve Barnes
Titan
Titan
Rory Griffin
Titan
Titan
Ryan Kowalske
Titan
Titan
Thomas Elliott
Titan #4
Titan #4
C. Stephen Browder
Titan
Titan
Jameel Jackson
Titan
Titan
Randy D. Patman Jr.
Titan
Titan
Jemal L. Webb
Titan
Titan
Shawn Cummings
Titan
Titan
Michael Rouby
Titan
Titan
Ray Stoney
Titan (uncredited)
Titan (uncredited)
John Paul Rice
Emma's Friend
Emma's Friend
Shanda Lee Munson
Parent
Parent
David de Vries
Black Newspaper Man
Black Newspaper Man
Andrew Collins
Heckler
Heckler
Stephen O'Neil Martin
Heckler
Heckler
Matt Adams
Special Teams Coach
Special Teams Coach
Marcus M. Moore
Opposition Quarterback
Opposition Quarterback
Ryan Duncan
Fan (uncredited)
Fan (uncredited)
Lauren Aparicio
Neighbor (uncredited)
Neighbor (uncredited)
Nicky Buggs
Team Member - Stillwell Titans (uncredited)
Team Member - Stillwell Titans (uncredited)
Tyreese Burnett
News Reporter (uncredited)
News Reporter (uncredited)
Don Cochran
Football Player (uncredited)
Football Player (uncredited)
Darren W. Conrad
Mourner (uncredited)
Mourner (uncredited)
Doshia Darmane
Titan (uncredited)
Titan (uncredited)
Alton Glass
Ray Budds' Sister (uncredited)
Ray Budds' Sister (uncredited)
Jyn Hall
Spectator (uncredited)
Spectator (uncredited)
Teretha G. Houston
Arleen Yoast (uncredited)
Arleen Yoast (uncredited)
Lucinda Jenney
Blues Mom (uncredited)
Blues Mom (uncredited)
Tina King
Stillwell Titan (uncredited)
Stillwell Titan (uncredited)
Ron Marino
Grownup Sheryl Yoast (uncredited)
Grownup Sheryl Yoast (uncredited)
Tess Panzer
Football Player (uncredited)
Football Player (uncredited)
Robert Peterson
Church Member (uncredited)
Church Member (uncredited)
Xavier Rivers
Football Player (uncredited)
Football Player (uncredited)
Irone Singleton
Reporter / Commentator (uncredited)
Reporter / Commentator (uncredited)
Jonathan Thompson
Team Doctor (uncredited)
Team Doctor (uncredited)
Shayne Tingle

Reviews

  • John Chard

    In Greek mythology, the Titans were greater even than the gods. Based on real events in 1971, where T.C. Williams High School, a now hot bed integrated school, becomes a beacon of unification via their mixed race football team. As is normally the case with films of this ilk, it quickly comes to pass that certain artistic licence has been taken with the truth. In reality the issues of race, integration and the near powder-keg atmosphere portrayed in the picture, were long past their worst in Virginia 1971. However, that should in no way detract from the thematics and truthful aspects of this Disney production. As is told in the film, the Titans did have what became known as the perfect season, whilst the bond formed between the black and white members most definitely existed. All told, the film soars high as an inspirational piece, not only for the mixed race community coming together plot's essential being, but in the crucial tale of one Gerry Bertier. That this film urged me to seek out the story of Bertier is a testament to the power of film, regardless of any sort of sentimental prodding from the film makers. It's hoped that this film also prompts newcomers to research further the topics within the story. The cast list is impressive, Denzel Washington and Will Patton find instant chemistry as the head coaches thrust together by outside influences, with both guys beautifully doing credit to the real life friendship that would be born from the situation. Ryan Hurst, Wood Harris, Ethan Suplee, Donald Faison, Kip Pardue, Craig Kirkwood and a pre-fame Ryan Gosling fill out the integrated football team. While two important female family roles are nicely portrayed by Hayden Panettiere and Nicole Ari Parker. The soundtrack is nicely put together, with the core offering of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's thumping rendition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" particularly potent and uplifting. Though not primarily offering up anything new in the pantheon of race and sport related movies, Remember The Titans does have so much good going for it. It's hard to be picky, even churlish about the little faults (are these actors really the age of high schoolers for example?), so hopefully come the end, after the credits roll, you will be suitably inspired and perhaps a touch more better off for having spent time with this particular football team. 8.5/10

  • Wong

    Denzel Washington leads the team on a charge until the final whistle in Remember the Titans, a grand and inspirational football film. This Walt Disney classic is a primitive display of adversity and courage. The amount of chemistry from the then-segregated gridiron warriors was remarkable and helped propel this film as a truly great and heartfelt sports movie for every generation to experience. 5/5