What Coach Carter taught me

Kacie 2022-04-21 09:01:52

A very inspirational film, not only a basketball movie of passionate youth, but also a masterpiece about the growth of youth and reflecting various problems of black society in the United States.

Taking Coach Carter's basketball team as the main line, it reflects how a group of underappreciated third-rate high school basketball youths reinvent themselves in sports, regain a new life, and re-understand the meaning of life.

Movies full of sincerity, we have all been at the bottom, but we can choose to walk a bright road.

Our future is in our hand and we have the right to make choice. That's the most important thing we should bear in mind.


The determination/confidence to change progress and break through limitations (because, nothing is meant to be) ~

A well thought out plan

keep practicing~

Learning throughout a lifetime

Not complacent / not indulgent~

A group of partners who make progress together and support each other~

The most precious thing is a teacher who leads you forward.

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Extended Reading
  • Kiley 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    Very touching film, it is rare to see a sports film that does not end with a victory in the arena, and it can be done with such depth!

  • Monserrat 2022-03-21 09:01:45

    Reminds me of the Sports Institute, Lao Xiao, my buddies, and playing together and fighting together, sweating and shouting: Come on!

Coach Carter quotes

  • Coach Ken Carter: l came to coach basketball players, and you became students. l came to teach boys, and you became men.

  • Coach Ken Carter: [repeated] Rich what?

    Timo CruzKenyon StoneCoach Ken CarterJunior BattlesWormDamien CarterJason Lyle: RICHMOND!