Joey's Team (1996)

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Joey’s Team: Directed by Neil Tolkin. With Justin Isfeld, Max Goldblatt, Chauncey Leopardi, Jordan Brower. For three junior high school friends, growing up takes a dangerous turn when the local bully targets them with his aggression. With no one to turn to but each other, they muster the courage to take a shot at settling the score.

“I caught the film on TV by accident and couldnu0026#39;t pull myself away. I ended up watching it to the end which finished around 3am. I was suprized by the amount of gritty violence and language it included but at the same time became engrossed in 3 young boyu0026#39;s lives.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI thought the film was made perfectly to reflect on the life of school children who are bullied and ignored by the rest of the world. Kids go home crying and parents never have a u0026#39;realu0026#39; idea of what happened. A punch, kick or even something like name-calling is what they will presume but u0026quot;Sticks u0026amp; Stonesu0026quot; shows it all. The violence, embarrassment, fear and the friendship of what happens in childrenu0026#39;s lives.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt was both a feel good and think about film. At times I found myself wanting to hold a gun to Hayesu0026#39; head but later on wanted to comfort him.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAn excellent film without a doubt, one that makes you think about life…”


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