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Mahalo Pele Ma

I hate what I wrote in my last blog. It didn’t feel real to me. I just forced myself to put a happy stamp on everything, even though I wasn’t truly feeling it. 583 more words

Promise to Ma

Recently had a movie marathon- all of them revolving around sports.
(Spoilers up ahead)
First was Eddie the Eagle
then came, Race
Last but definitely not the least, Pele- The birth of a Legend… 431 more words

Flash Movie Review: Pele: Birth of a Legend

I wonder if the playground half covered with gravel had anything to do with it. Growing up not only did I never think about soccer, it was never part of anyone’s conversation. 497 more words


Who are our heroes?

Last week I went to watch Pele – a biopic of the legendary Brazilian footballer.

Waiting at the multiplex, my 9 year old daughter noticed a huge crowd outside the gate of the adjacent hall while there were hardly any people outside the hall showing Pele. 157 more words


The problem with praising football as “the last bastion of social mobility”

The problem with praising football as “the last bastion of social mobility”
by Ian Sinclair

Morning Star
20 May 2016

Football “remains one of the last bastions of social mobility, creating working-class millionaires by the bucketload”, Guardian columnist Marina Hyde heralded a couple of months ago. 865 more words


Win 10 Exclusive Invites To The Premiere Of Biography/Sport 'Pele: Birth of a Legend'!! For U.A.E Residents Only!!

FRONT ROW FILMED ENTERTAINMENT & Riot Play Films / Moviz Ark – A Take On Our Cinematic Experiences are here to give 10 exclusive invites (5 pairs) to the premiere of the new amazing and very inspirational biography/sport film “Pelé: Birth of a Legend” directed and written by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist, and starring Emmy-nominated Vincent D’Onofrio, Rodrigo Santoro, Diego Boneta, Golden Globe nominated Colm Meaney and Seu Jorge. 235 more words


Pelé: Birth of a Legend (Movie Review)

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Directed by

Jeff Zimbalist,  Michael Zimbalist

Produced by

Brian Grazer, Ivan Orlic

Written by

Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist… 853 more words