The Blind Side
Academy Award® Winner
The remarkable true story of Michael Oher, a homeless African-American youngster from a broken home, taken in by the Touhys, a well-to-do white family who help him fulfill his potential. At the same... View more >
one scene involving brief violence, drug and sexual references
Starring Sandra Bullock, Quinton Aaron, Tim McGraw... View more >
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I want too see this one again!! and I never watch a movie again!
An amazing movie to motivate you to go out and do good for someone! Funny and heartwarming all in one!! Going to see it for the second time tomorrow and plan to go again!!
Sandra Bullock should have been nominated 15 years ago for her role in "Speed." That woman can drive a mean transit bus. 15 years later, she is the talk of Oscar for real for her sassy performance in "the Blind Side." A movie base on a true story about a family who took in a large man and change his life forever. Bullock's performance dominated the movie and her performance deserves the Oscar buzz. As I sat though this movie, Michael Oher, the young man who tale was powerfully told is making news at the moment, as part of the Baltmore Ravens.
Excellent movie. Sandra Bullock does a great job in this role.
Great from start to the end of the screen notes. Best movie I've seen in a long time.
This was a great, heartwarming movie! Usually the trailers have the whole movie in them and this movie had a whole lot more to offer. Sandra, Tim, all of the actors really did such a good job, it really makes you want to help someone succeed in life, outside of your own family.
Some of Mike's life was portrayed not exactly as he stated he remembers it but it is a movie and a little bit of fluff is always expected to sell it. Well worth seeing more than once. The humor was done very well, unfortunately I couldn't get my mother to stop laughing at some of the on field coaching and peformances.
One of the great feel good movies to date.
This is a touch your heart movie. All the more being a true story.
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