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Watch The Hill Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Heroes Story

(162) 8.7 90 min 2012

The Hill Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Heroes Story is a movie starring Chris Canales, Taylor Kitsch, and Eddie Canales. When a young high school football took a hit that paralyzed him on the field, his life turned to despair and...

Starring
Taylor Kitsch, Al Michaels, Chris Canales, Eddie Canales
Genres
Sport, Documentary, Family, Biography
Director
Seth Camillo, Andrew Lauer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sport, Documentary, Family, Biography
Director Seth Camillo, Andrew Lauer
Writer Andrew Lauer
Stars Taylor Kitsch, Al Michaels, Chris Canales, Eddie Canales
Country USA
Runtime 1H 30M
Description When a young high school football took a hit that paralyzed him on the field, his life turned to despair and loneliness until a chance moment brought him from the depths of hell to the joys of being a hero to all.

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 22:01

Based on a true story, Chris Meecham is a high school football player from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, who just finished high school, and has decided that football will be his sport. While playing for the team, his team mates slowly start to get sick, due to the cold weather, and his heart begins to fail. It soon becomes apparent that Chris has a serious illness, and his football career is over. He struggles to return to football and even decides to retire, even though he has a daughter to support. The movie begins by showing how Chris was once a star quarterback and was picked by the Harrisburg Miners. After his playing career ended, he went back to college and had to find a job that would provide for his family. However, Chris found a job that pays him well, but is low paying, and working with a cheap field worker who is also ill. This was the main problem with the film, it doesn't show Chris having to struggle with the new low paying job. Instead, the film shows the process of Chris failing to find another job that will support his family. Eventually, he must find a job that provides him a decent wage, and a health plan. Eventually, the film shows the struggle of the low pay job, and how it makes Chris work overtime, in order to afford a health insurance plan. The film then goes on to show the full story of how Chris finds a new job, and how it helps him in his recovery. The film then shows how Chris gets his health insurance and pays the bills. It also shows how the job became so low paying that he was in danger of losing his house. Finally, it shows how Chris overcame the health insurance company's problems with health care, and finally the money to pay for his insurance. Overall, this film is very informative. It shows the process of Chris recovering, and how it helped him with his health. It also shows the difficulties he had in finding a job that would support his family, and how he eventually overcame these difficulties.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 01:19

I don't think there was ever a more inspiring story than the story of Duke and Mountie that went together. All it takes is one of the best players in the world to be in their place. The ups and downs of a friendship that is the stuff of life. The film does a great job of painting a picture of what it takes to have a friend and how a true friend acts. The film does a great job at showing the ups and downs of a friendship as well. There are moments when Duke and his dad are close, there are moments when Duke and Chris are close, and there are moments when they are apart. I would like to think that Duke's story has something to teach us about friendship, but I'm sure that would take a whole lot of explaining. One of my favorite parts of the film is when Duke is telling Chris how his friend died. The story was excellent, and I think that the camera work was really good. The footage was really good in my opinion, and the audience was right there with Duke and Chris. The one thing that I found really good about the film is that it shows how good friends can be for one another. There were moments where Chris's friends were dying in front of him, and I really felt for Duke. Duke's dad died at the very beginning of the film and that really made me feel sad. I feel that Chris's dad would've been happy with Chris's dad getting better, but instead he was feeling sorry for Chris. That really made me think about the difference between friends and family, but I guess it's true for many of us.


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