The Express Full Movie watch online HD
Country………: Germany, United States of America
Production…..: Davis Entertainment, Relativity Media, IDEA Filmproduktions, Universal Pictures
Format File …: Mp4
Movie Quality : 720p Bluray
File Size …….: 904 MB
Language …..: English
Runtime ….…: 2h 09min
Imdb : https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0469903/
Based on the incredible true story, The Express follows the inspirational life of college football hero Ernie Davis, the first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy.
Rob Brown, Dennis Quaid, Darrin Henson, Omar Benson Miller, Nelsan Ellis, Charles S. Dutton, Justin Martin, Justin Jones, Nicole Beharie, Aunjanue Ellis, Elizabeth Shivers, Clancy Brown, Danny McCarthy, Regina Hoyles, Chelcie Ross, Saul Rubinek, Craig Hawksley, Jeff Still, Geoff Stults, Derek Graf, Evan Jones, Maximilian Osinski, Enver Gjokaj, Laroyce Hawkins, Lucas Ellman, Josh Odor, Matt Trissel, Chad L. Stevens, Keir Thirus, Chaz Black, Garth Gelker, David Darlow, Michael Skewes, Gary Houston, Ned Schmidtke, Keith Kupferer, Christopher Sullivan, Aaron Roman Weiner, Tim Grimm, Matthew Settle, Stu Lisson, Lance Baker, Christian Stolte, Mike Bradecich, Chris Farrell, Doug James, Ron Hawking, Linara Washington, Chadwick Boseman, Kevin R. Kelly, Bruce Jarchow, Ridge Canipe, Stephen Louis Grush, Louie Cesario, Paul Turner, Rick Uecker, Kris Wolff, Jeffrey Zabrin, Darryl Warren, Brian Mahoney, Philip Rayburn Smith, Laurie Larson, Will Zahrn, Phillip Edward Van Lear, Michael Hargrove, F. David Roth, Richard Henzel, Howie Johnson, James Anthony Zoccoli, Eddie Bo Smith Jr., Jeff Christian, Victor Cole, William Dick, Sam Derence, Brian Boland, Walker Howard, Leonard House, Allan Graf, Kevin Stark, Kurt Naebig, Ernest Perry Jr., Ed Smaron, Dan Flannery, Chet Coppock, Robert Cullent, Guy Klinzing, Barry Tolli, Chris Cowan, Michael Malczyk, Torrey Vogel, Kenya Drew, John Anderson, Jeff Welsh, Michael Labus, Mike Ullrich, Lonnie Brooks
Ernie Davis is 10 years old in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. He stutters but runs really fast. He lives with his grandfather Pops (Charles S. Dutton). His mother Marie Davis returns telling him that she’s remarried. They move to the white town of Elmira, NY. Years later, Syracuse University football head coach Ben Schwartzwalder (Dennis Quaid) is looking to replace Jim Brown who has just signed with the Browns. With Jim Brown’s help, he signs the wide-eyed Davis (Rob Brown) who would go on to become the first negro to win the Heisman Trophy.
This is a functional biopic taking on all the familiar ideas. It is beautifully shot. Rob Brown has a wide-opened personality with his bright-eye performance. The biggest problem for me is that the movie recruits the audience with a more interesting character in Jim Brown. I can’t help but think that Jim Brown has the more compelling story. There isn’t anything wrong but there isn’t necessarily anything new. It’s a workmanlike effort.
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