Sunday, June 28, 2009

Varsity Blues is Comedy and Drama Movie

Varsity Blues is Comedy and Drama MovieVarsity Blues Studio is Paramount Pictures in association with MTV Films, genre movie is Comedy and Drama. Movie Rating is Strong language throughout, sexuality, nudity, some substance abuse, duration 1 hr. 50 min.

Varsity Blues Starring: Ali Larter, Amy Smart, James Van Der Beek, Jon Voight, Paul Walker. Director by Brian Robbins and Producer by Brian Robbins, Michael Tollin, Tova Laiter. Distributor is Paramount Pictures, release Date in January 15, 1999.
Writer by John Gatins and Peter Iliff.

Ali Larter Varsity Blues
If there's one girl who could pull off Fatal Attraction sexy, it's "Heroes" star Ali Larter. The blonde beauty plays a crazed office temp out to steal...

Amy Smart Varsity Blues
Her biggest step toward the light of fame came with her performance in ROAD TRIP with Tom Green. The actress had a few notable scenes, including a nude scene that made us forget completely about Ali Larter.

James Van Der Beek Varsity Blues
James Van Der Beek (Dawson's Creek) leads the action in this exciting, funny coming-of-age story about a small-town high schooler confronting the pressures and temptations of gridiron glory.

At first, backup quarterback Jonathan "Mox" Moxon is nowhere close to being a football star. He's perfectly content to stay on the bench and out of the win-at-all-cost strategies of coach Bud Kilmer (Jon Voight). But when the starting quarterback is injured, Mox is in the game and in direct conflict with his hotheaded coach and girlfriend. Soon everyone in Mox's football-crazed community will realize there's not just a new star quarterback in town, there's a new kind of hero.

Jon Voight Varsity Blues

Paul Walker Varsity Blues

Varsity Blues Review

In his 35th year as head coach, Bud Kilmer is trying to lead his West Canaan Coyotes to their 23rd division title. Uncompromising and omnipotent, Kilmer is deified in the small Texas town, as long as the team is winning. But when star quarterback Lance Harbor suffers a season-ending injury, the Coyotes are forced to regroup under the questionable leadership of second-string quarterback Jonathan Moxon.

His irreverent attitude and approach to football come into direct conflict with the coach’s inflexible game plan.