Making Dreams Come True
The movie Miracle tells the inspiring story of the 1980 United States hockey team and their journey to becoming the best hockey team in the world. Any hockey fan would be a perfect contender for watching the movie. The movie explores the many struggles that the team has to face to conquer their way through the Olympics, including on and off the ice. At a time when the country is in a period of struggle with the Cold War, Coach Herb Brooks has goals for the team that seem to be set a little too high. The film is pretty easy to follow and has many breathtaking moments, as long as you enjoy sports.
When the US hockey program is failing to be at its best, Coach Herb Brooks is brought in to give the team some direction. Coach Brooks lost his shot at beating the number one team in the world before, and he knows that this could be his last chance. When Coach Brooks chooses his perfect team of hockey players from all around the country, they seem to be in dire need of some discipline. Many of the boys are more interested in settling old rivalries rather than working together to become a team. Herb pushes the boys to the max until the entire team wants to defeat the intimidating Soviets just as much as he does. The team practically becomes family as they prepare towards playing the most important hockey game of their lives. In the final moments of the Olympic Games, the film becomes a suspense filled seat clencher. The miracle on ice gave the country hope in a time when it needed it most. The film did a great job portraying the true story of the US Olympic hockey team in 1980. It showed what was going on at the time in history and how it was affecting everyone. Despite the war going on, the movie stays focused on the amazing talent of the two hockey teams and doesn’t make the movie too politically focused as the two teams compete for the gold medal. The United States hockey team that was chosen was full of talented...
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