Varsity Blues

"It takes a hero to know what's worth winning."

Mox, (played by James Van Der Beek of television’s “Dawson’s Creek” fame) is the type of person wherein: He “wonders” himself: Why he is such a “good guy.” The setting is that of a high school in Texas. Mox is a Quarterback. He, at heart: would prefer to attain a scholarship involving academics rather than continuing the sport. Also, “Varsity Blues” is an extraordinary film: that is to say, it is not what you normally come to anticipate in a sports-related movie. The audience is able to look at the movie from the outside in as opposed to putting themselves into the situation: in order to relate.

The core of the conflict is amongst the athlete’s coach

| 1999 | 1 hr 46 min | 6.4/10
Brian Robbins
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