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    Friday Night Lights

    Bissinger followed the team for the entire 1988 season. However, the book also has a number of secondary political and social issues existing in Odessa, all of which share ties to the Permian Panthers football team. These include socioeconomic disparity, racism, segregation (and desegregation), and poverty.
    Duration: 118 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2004
    IMDb: 7.2
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  • Actors of "Friday Night Lights"

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  • Characters of "Friday Night Lights"

    Coach Gary Gaines. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Mike Winchell. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Lucas Black
    Don Billingsley. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Boobie Miles. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Derek Luke
    Brian Chavez. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Jay Hernandez
    Ivory Christian. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Lee Jackson
    Chris Comer. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Charles Billingsley. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Tim McGraw
    Sharon Gaines. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Connie Britton
    Slammin' Sammy. Character of Friday Night Lights
    Played by: Bob Thomas
    Reporter. Character of Friday Night Lights
  • Directors of "Friday Night Lights"

    Peter Berg. Director of Friday Night Lights
    Peter Berg
    Birthdate: 11 March 1964, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Friday Night Lights"

    Buzz Bissinger. Director of Friday Night Lights
    Buzz Bissinger
    Birthdate: 1 November 1954, New York City, New York, USA
    David Aaron Cohen. Director of Friday Night Lights
    David Aaron Cohen
  • Critic Reviews of "Friday Night Lights"

    November 01, 2007

    Few films have shown so powerfully the slashing double edge of sports fever.

    Chicago Reader
    March 26, 2007

    A heart-pounding big-screen treatment that captures all the action of a tumultuous season while showing the emotional toll on the players.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    The affecting, gruelling result is less a document of recreational sport than one of obligation and ordeal.

    New York Observer
    November 11, 2004

    Nuance typifies both Mr. Thornton's highly calibrated performance and the film's absence of unnecessary underlining.
    October 19, 2004

    Substitutes slick, cynical point-scoring for insight.

    San Jose Mercury News
    October 12, 2004

    Friday Night Lights is the real deal, a grim, in-your-face expose of one West Texas school's fanatical sports program.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    June 03, 2016

    It succeeds best as a sadly iconic portrayal of America's love affair with Texas high school football.

    Common Sense Media
    December 24, 2010

    So much more than a football movie.

    Window to the Movies
    October 30, 2009

    What Friday Night Lights offers is the perspective that, for the people and young players caught up in this whirlwind, football simultaneously means everything and ultimately nothing.

    Bright Lights Film Journal
    February 02, 2009

    Friday Night Lights is a feel-good movie, but it's not real. It's a hard-hitting Hallmark greeting card. It's no wonder it appealed to Larry King %u2014 it's safe, easy, conventional, and feigns incisiveness.

    July 31, 2008

    Had Billy Bob Thornton not been so good in so many films, people would be talking about this as his greatest role.

    Film Threat
    April 14, 2007

    The script spends at least as much time exploring the psychologies of the young players and the problems they face at home as it does rallying the audience behind their efforts on the field.

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