PG-13 | | Drama, Sport
A book-smart teenager joins his school's wrestling team as a way to reunite his surviving family members, who split apart after the death of his father, a college wrestling legend, 10 years ago.
In the U.S., there was a mere eighteen days between the theatrical and home video releases. This is possibly a record for the shortest amount of time it has ever taken for any film to go from the cinema to home video in North America. On September 10, 2010, the movie was released in a limited capacity theatrically, and it was released on September 28, 2010 on DVD (sold exclusively at Walmart) and Blu-ray (sold exclusively at Best Buy). The DVD and Blu-ray were later released to all national retailers on December 28, 2010.
I just want you to know I-I'm proud of you for gettin' out there.
Cal Chetley: But?
Sharon Chetley: But nothin'. I wish it were golf, but it... it's not, so... just know I'm gonna be there for you.
Cal Chetley: Okay.
Sharon Chetley: No matter what, I'm gonna be there for you. You gotta know that, just... don't...
Before the final wrestling match, Cal listens on his earphones to what he tells his brother is "opera, Italian opera." The piece that he actually listens to is neither opera nor Italian. It is the religious motet "Panis Angelicus," in Latin.
$126,964 12 September 2010
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