Champions is the latest comedy to arrive in theaters. The movie follows an ex-minor league basketball coach is mandated by the court to lead a team comprised of players with intellectual disabilities. Initially skeptical, he quickly discovers that their collective potential surpasses any expectations they had individually.

What follows is The Good, The Bad, and The Spoilers of Champions.

The Good

Woody Harrelson delivers a stellar performance in Champions, showcasing his acting prowess. His portrayal adds depth and authenticity to the character, leaving a lasting impression on the audience. The movie, in turn, is a delightful blend of heartwarming moments and genuine humor, skillfully orchestrated to evoke both laughter and genuine emotional connection. Harrelson's charismatic presence contributes significantly to the film's overall charm, making it a memorable and enjoyable experience.

The Bad

Champion’s plot is quite predictable, unfolding in a way that follows familiar patterns and lacks surprises. It adheres to well-worn tropes, offering little in terms of unexpected twists or turns. The only aspect that felt unexpected was when we find out about Darius’s background and how this influences his interactions with Marcus throughout the film.

My Overall Opinion

I give Champions a 7 out of 10.


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