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Remember the Titans

"History is written by the winners."

PG 2000-09-29 Drama 1hr 53m

After leading his football team to 15 winning seasons, coach Bill Yoast is demoted and replaced by Herman Boone – tough, opinionated and as different from the beloved Yoast as he could be. The two men learn to overcome their differences and turn a group of hostile young men into champions.

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After leading his football team to 15 winning seasons, coach Bill Yoast is demoted and replaced by Herman Boone – tough, opinionated and as different from the beloved Yoast as he could be. The two men learn to overcome their differences and turn a group of hostile young men into champions.

  • Released
    2000-09-29
  • Revenue
    $136,700,000
  • Budget
    $30,000,000
  • Runtime
    1hr 53m
  • Genre
    Drama
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English
  • imdb-logo
    7.8
  • Production
    Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Run It Up Productions Inc., Technical Black, Walt Disney Pictures

Crew

Boaz Yakin
Director

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Cast

Denzel Washington

Denzel Washington

Coach Herman Boone
Will Patton

Will Patton

Coach Bill Yoast
Wood Harris

Wood Harris

Julius Campbell
Ryan Hurst

Ryan Hurst

Gerry Bertier
Donald Faison

Donald Faison

Petey Jones
Craig Kirkwood

Craig Kirkwood

Jerry 'Rev' Harris
Ethan Suplee

Ethan Suplee

Louie Lastik
Kip Pardue

Kip Pardue

Ronnie 'Sunshine' Bass
Hayden Panettiere

Hayden Panettiere

Sheryl Yoast
Kate Bosworth

Kate Bosworth

Emma Hoyt
Earl Poitier

Earl Poitier

Blue Stanton
Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling

Alan Bosley
Neal Ghant

Neal Ghant

Frankie Glascoe
Gregory Alan Williams

Gregory Alan Williams

Coach Paul 'Doc' Hines
Brett Rice

Brett Rice

Coach Herb Tyrell
J. Don Ferguson

J. Don Ferguson

Executive Director
Afemo Omilami

Afemo Omilami

Charles Campbell
Andrew Masset

Andrew Masset

Colonel William G. Bass
Tim Ware

Tim Ware

Fred Bosley
Tom Turbiville

Tom Turbiville

Captain Hal
Tom Nowicki

Tom Nowicki

Coach Ed Henry
Jim Grimshaw

Jim Grimshaw

Coach Taber
David Dwyer

David Dwyer

Coach Tolbert
Bo Keister

Bo Keister

Kip Tyler
Lou Walker

Lou Walker

Ferdinand Day
Marion Guyot

Marion Guyot

Mrs. Jean Bertier
Rhubarb Jones

Rhubarb Jones

Radio Announcer
Bob Neal

Bob Neal

Colorman
Sharon Blackwood

Sharon Blackwood

Nurse Allice
Paula Claire Jones

Paula Claire Jones

White Girl #1
Kelly Cheston

Kelly Cheston

White Girl #2
Walker Jones

Walker Jones

White Kid #1
Ronald L. Conner

Ronald L. Conner

Black Kid #1
E.Y. Coley

E.Y. Coley

Official
John Wesley

John Wesley

Official
B. Keith Harmon

B. Keith Harmon

Crooked Official
Andy Francis

Andy Francis

Quarterback
Stuart Greer

Stuart Greer

Marshall Assistant Coach
Derick Marshall

Derick Marshall

Lee Roy 'Monk' Davis
Scott Thomas

Scott Thomas

Fred Alderson
Kevin Dankosky

Kevin Dankosky

Reporter #1
David Chandley

David Chandley

Reporter #2
Scott Slade

Scott Slade

Reporter #3
Ric Reitz

Ric Reitz

Reporter #4
Steve Barnes

Steve Barnes

Titan Supporter
John Paul Rice

John Paul Rice

Titan (uncredited)
Shanda Lee Munson

Shanda Lee Munson

Emma's Friend
Andrew Collins

Andrew Collins

Black Newspaper Man
Matt Adams

Matt Adams

Heckler
Marcus M. Moore

Marcus M. Moore

Special Teams Coach
Ryan Duncan

Ryan Duncan

Opposition Quarterback
Lauren Aparicio

Lauren Aparicio

Fan (uncredited)
Nicky Buggs

Nicky Buggs

Neighbor (uncredited)
Tyreese Burnett

Tyreese Burnett

Team Member - Stillwell Titans (uncredited)
Don Cochran

Don Cochran

News Reporter (uncredited)
Darren W. Conrad

Darren W. Conrad

Football Player (uncredited)
Doshia Darmane

Doshia Darmane

Mourner (uncredited)
Alton Glass

Alton Glass

Titan (uncredited)
Jyn Hall

Jyn Hall

Ray Budds' Sister (uncredited)
Lucinda Jenney

Lucinda Jenney

Arleen Yoast (uncredited)
Tina King

Tina King

Blues Mom (uncredited)
Ron Marino

Ron Marino

Stillwell Titan (uncredited)
Tess Panzer

Tess Panzer

Grownup Sheryl Yoast (uncredited)
Xavier Rivers

Xavier Rivers

Church Member (uncredited)
Irone Singleton

Irone Singleton

Football Player (uncredited)
Jonathan Thompson

Jonathan Thompson

Reporter / Commentator (uncredited)
Shayne Tingle

Shayne Tingle

Team Doctor (uncredited)

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Movie Reviews

Reviews for Remember the Titans
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A Review by John Chard 8.5

Written by John Chard on 2015-08-02

In Greek mythology, the Titans were greater even than the gods. Based on real events in 1971, where T.C. Williams High School, a now hot ... read more

In Greek mythology, the Titans were greater even than the gods. Based on real events in 1971, where T.C. Williams High School, a now hot bed integrated school, becomes a beacon of unification via their mixed race football team. As is normally the case with films of this ilk, it quickly comes to pass that certain artistic licence has been taken with the truth. In reality the issues of race, integration and the near powder-keg atmosphere portrayed in the picture, were long past their worst in Virginia 1971. However, that should in no way detract from the thematics and truthful aspects of this Disney production. As is told in the film, the Titans did have what became known as the perfect season, whilst the bond formed between the black and white members most definitely existed. All told, the film soars high as an inspirational piece, not only for the mixed race community coming together plot's essential being, but in the crucial tale of one Gerry Bertier. That this film urged me to seek out the story of Bertier is a testament to the power of film, regardless of any sort of sentimental prodding from the film makers. It's hoped that this film also prompts newcomers to research further the topics within the story. The cast list is impressive, Denzel Washington and Will Patton find instant chemistry as the head coaches thrust together by outside influences, with both guys beautifully doing credit to the real life friendship that would be born from the situation. Ryan Hurst, Wood Harris, Ethan Suplee, Donald Faison, Kip Pardue, Craig Kirkwood and a pre-fame Ryan Gosling fill out the integrated football team. While two important female family roles are nicely portrayed by Hayden Panettiere and Nicole Ari Parker. The soundtrack is nicely put together, with the core offering of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's thumping rendition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" particularly potent and uplifting. Though not primarily offering up anything new in the pantheon of race and sport related movies, Remember The Titans does have so much good going for it. It's hard to be picky, even churlish about the little faults (are these actors really the age of high schoolers for example?), so hopefully come the end, after the credits roll, you will be suitably inspired and perhaps a touch more better off for having spent time with this particular football team. 8.5/10

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A Review by WongKentir

Written by WongKentir on 2016-02-05

Denzel Washington leads the team on a charge until the final whistle in Remember the Titans, a grand and inspirational football film. This W... read more

Denzel Washington leads the team on a charge until the final whistle in Remember the Titans, a grand and inspirational football film. This Walt Disney classic is a primitive display of adversity and courage. The amount of chemistry from the then-segregated gridiron warriors was remarkable and helped propel this film as a truly great and heartfelt sports movie for every generation to experience. 5/5

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A Review by GenerationofSwine 10

Written by GenerationofSwine on 2023-01-12

OK, well, reading through the bad reviews there are some grudges here based on, well, how the other teams were depicted because 1971 wasn't ... read more

OK, well, reading through the bad reviews there are some grudges here based on, well, how the other teams were depicted because 1971 wasn't long enough for some of the people that played them to pass on their mortal coils. I can relate to that. I grew up countryfied and have tasted the salt of playing against a school that was three or four times our size, schools that could afford to cherry-pick who played. Schools where the defense could rest when the offense was on the field...apparently T.C. Williams was one of those giant schools. I can sympathize with some of the negative reviews here...because, honestly, if they made a movie like this about Woodstock, I'd give it 1 star out of principal. Seriously, no, we might be hicks, but we rotate from linebacker to offensive tackle. When you faced off against schools that had an actual student body, you knew you were going to lose, the only question was how hard were you going to make their victory. Sounds like T.C. Williams was one of those giant schools. OK, rant done. I caught this on TNT and the music drew me in right away. Hear a good song it catches your ear and drags you in. And this has the acting to back it up. It's very... nice seeing Washington NOT playing the smart-cop role or a variation there of. He can act, he can act well, and this is one of the movies where he's not playing the same role over and over again. So, when he comes out of that shell and gets a gig playing a role he doesn't always play... it's kind of a treat isn't it? Of course the highlight was really Hayden Panettiere, not because she was absolutely adorable in the film (which she was), but more because she did a great job of turning a little girl into that parent, on the sidelines, that thinks he's Ditka, so she was not only adorable but hysterical. The Hippie, Ryan Gosling?, was another little gem, not because he did a particularly good job acting, though it was fair enough. No, he stood out because anyone that's payed football knew someone like him. It gave it a bit of an authentic feel. The only real downside was that, by 1971, schools were integrated and been for a while. It kind of lost that authenticity when they went that route. But, you know what, who cares, it was entertaining enough despite that. It was a solid football movie. And for all the 1 star reviews, particularly those written by people from the smaller schools that had to go up against the Titans... I feel for you. I remember being in that situation and I'd be bitter too if the giant school had a movie made about them that suggested they were in anyway the under-dog.

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A Review by SoSmooth1982 6

Written by SoSmooth1982 on 2023-08-07

A African American and cacausion coach must put aside there racial differences to coach one of the worse teams in their school. They soon be... read more

A African American and cacausion coach must put aside there racial differences to coach one of the worse teams in their school. They soon become one of the hottest teams and best teams to ever play for the school. Until tragedy strikes. The saddest thing is this is a true story.

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A Review by John Chard

In Greek mythology, the Titans were greater even than the gods. Based on real events in 1971, where T.C. Williams High School, a now hot bed integrated school, becomes a beacon of unification via their mixed race football team. As is ...

reviewer avatar

A Review by John Chard 8.5

Written by John Chard on 2015-08-02

In Greek mythology, the Titans were greater even than the gods. Based on real events in 1971, where T.C. Williams High School, a now hot bed integrated school, becomes a beacon of unification via t...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by WongKentir

Written by WongKentir on 2016-02-05

Denzel Washington leads the team on a charge until the final whistle in Remember the Titans, a grand and inspirational football film. This Walt Disney classic is a primitive display of adversity and c...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by GenerationofSwine 10

Written by GenerationofSwine on 2023-01-12

OK, well, reading through the bad reviews there are some grudges here based on, well, how the other teams were depicted because 1971 wasn't long enough for some of the people that played them to pass ...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by SoSmooth1982 6

Written by SoSmooth1982 on 2023-08-07

A African American and cacausion coach must put aside there racial differences to coach one of the worse teams in their school. They soon become one of the hottest teams and best teams to ever play fo...

read more