In this inspiring tale of family, faith and football, the Abbate family is shattered when the youngest son is killed in a tragic and senseless car accident. Inspired by his brother's memory, oldest son Jon courageously returns to his position as a rising football star at W... Read More
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In this inspiring tale of family, faith and football, the Abbate family is shattered when the youngest son is killed in a tragic and senseless car accident. Inspired by his brother's memory, oldest son Jon courageously returns to his position as a rising football star at Wake Forest University, where he leads the team to a series of last-minute victories - and eventually to a thrilling climax.
Inspired by a true story, The 5th Quarter is a shining illustration of faith, family, love and hope overcoming all obstacles.
Stars Andie MacDowell, Aidan Quinn and Ryan Merriman.
Dove Family-Approved for ages 12 and up.
MPAA Rating: PG
Format: Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
Subtitles: English, French and Spanish
Run Time: 90 Minutes
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Aug 30, 2011
- UPC: 24543745327
- Height: 0.6
- Width: 5.3
- Length: 7.5
- Runtime: 95 Minutes
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
- Volumes/Discs: 1
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Very touching movie by Valerie on 11/8/12
I thought this movie was very touching. It may have contained some strong language, but I did not get that it had 'sexual innuendos'. Some said that this is not a family movie, but I thought it was very family oriented. If you shelter your kids from everything they are going to have a shock to their system when they get out in to the real world of life.
- Not a Family Movie by Youth Pastor on 11/7/12
I agree with Joanna. I was viewing this movie to see if I could use it as a movie project for my Bible Class Students. I will admit that I did not finish the movie, but it was because I was turned off from it serving as a movie to show the students. The language, and sexual innuendos from the parents. I don't understand if this was meant to be a "Christian" film but it is portrayed as such just because the family turns to God for answers. The story line in it's self looks like it would have been great to watch, but ...... I have to also add that I and my wife have hated the fact that PG-13 movies these days have such strong language. Not cool.
- Not family friendly by Joanna on 7/7/12
I chose this movie to watch with my husband and two young sons. I thought since it was sold at a Christian store that it would be appropriate for us to all watch as a family. It contained a lot of foul language and drinking both of which are not tolerated in my home.