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Actors of "The Express"
Characters of "The Express"
Directors of "The Express"Gary FlederBirthdate: 19 December 1965, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Creators of "The Express"Charles LeavittRobert Gallagher
Critic Reviews of "The Express"Time OutDecember 05, 2008
The sports-movie template is capable of absorbing any story and delivering the same uplift.At the MoviesNovember 10, 2008
Rob Brown did a nice job.At the MoviesNovember 10, 2008
Football fan or not, definitely be sure to see it.Chicago TribuneOctober 18, 2008
The film does the job, in its conventional way. But it's geared to throw the prime screen time in the direction of the guy playing the guy coaching the guy who's supposed to be running the movie.USA TodayOctober 18, 2008
Despite appealing performances and kinetic football scenes, the storytelling is mostly conventional, except for two outstanding set pieces.Christian Science MonitorOctober 13, 2008
The Express may prove valuable to movie historians since it's a compendium of virtually every sports movie cliché ever contrived.Times-PicayuneOctober 23, 2009
It makes the most of its on-the-field drama, but it tends toward gross generalizations and oversentimentality. ... As a result, the film is burdened with hokiness.Laramie Movie ScopeJuly 31, 2009
The movie also has its heart in the right place and it is as earnest as it can be. It simply falls short of being a great movie.7M PicturesMarch 05, 2009
At times The Express couldn't decide whether it was telling a story of racial tensions, a general inspirational sports film or the tragic biography of Ernie DavisFayetteville Free WeeklyFebruary 01, 2009
The Express is running on two rails at the same time. There's sentiment, which is true. And there's sentimentality, which is not. At its best, The Express is a moving tribute; at its worst, it's conventional manipulation.Apollo GuideJanuary 03, 2009
While there's nothing remarkable about the way director Gary Fleder has brought The Express to the screen, this is a solid film that does justice to Davis' legacy.Empire MagazineDecember 05, 2008
While never as trailblazing as its subject, The Express is a worthy addition to the lengthy canon of sports biopics.
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