It is a good movie. I also think that they made a mistake on some of the players. What drew you to the script for Hurricane Season? Goofs Brian Randolph was scribbling graffiti inside of his locker when one of his teammates tells him not to do that because he's on the West Bank, no longer in New Orleans East. I met Coach Collins the first day we got down there. Following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina, a New Orleans basketball coach assembles a disparate team of players from those left behind and those who held out against the flood. Based on true events amid the wreckage and chaos dealt by Hurricane Katrina; one basketball coach in Marrero, Louisiana just will not give up.
That's why I think this movie was interesting. But my favorite character was Brian Randof played by Robbie Jones. I also got to meet Coach Simmons. Based on true events amid the wreckage and chaos dealt by Hurricane Katrina; one basketball coach in Marrero, Louisiana just will not give up. I liked him because he showed people that size doesn't matter. A very honest look at what can be done with the right people having the desire and fortitude to pick up and.
Your character is the only white guy on the team. Coach Al Collins Forest Whitaker , gathers other players from hard-hit schools and builds a team actually worthy enough to go to the state playoffs. This is the minimum rating at which drug content is present. Was that an adaptation for the film? I think they played their parts well. In the conversation that follows, the number of lines that Brian has written changes from three to one and back to three lines.
Christian Wall and Brian Randolph were there all the time. The movie mostly talks about Coach Collins and Brian Randolph. I got to sit down and talk to him. After , Al Collins , a John Ehret high school basketball coach in , across the river from New Orleans in , assembles a team of players who had previously attended five different schools before the disaster and leads them on the path to winning the state championship. Randy Verdin, who I got to spend a lot of my time with on set with his mom and sister, was really the only white guy on the team.
Based on true events amid the wreckage and chaos dealt by Hurricane Katrina; one basketball coach in Marrero, Louisiana just will not give up. I feel this way because it showed me how all the struggles that New Orleans citizens went through but still made the best of it. I couldn't picture anyone better for the parts. Hurricane Season will be released in theatres nationwide in March 2009. Did you spend much time with the other real-life team members? How would you describe your character? Coach Al Collins Forest Whitaker , gathers other players from hard-hit schools and builds a team actually worthy enough to go to the state playoffs. I play a young rookie cop who gets shot and killed.
Lil Wayne is only in the movie for about 10 minutes total and Bow Wow is only in it for about the same time. The John Ehret state basketball champions get honored on the big screen May 2006. I liked him because he reminds me of me because before no one wanted me on their team or gave me the ball. A very honest look at what can be done with the right people having the desire and fortitude to pick up and. This movie had also showed me how your team is your family,and how teamwork is important no matter what. So I was like, wow, this is an amazing story.
Forest was trying to learn his methods and his way of doing things. Another actor I liked was Shad Moss, but you also know him as Bow Wow. In this exciting story based on true events, coach Al Collins Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker - a devoted husband and father driven by past failures and a consuming desire to win—empowers his team to 'never say die' as they fight their way to the state championship. Everybody asks me that question! They talked about a kid that transferred from Ehret to Woodlawn and he was their best player at Ehret, then at Woodlawn. Coach Al Collins Forest Whitaker , gathers other players from hard-hit schools and builds a team actually worthy enough to go to the state playoffs. The reason why was I never passed the ball until I opened my eyes and saw that when I needed help I had four other players just like what happened to Brian. Not big parts in it.
. Hurricane Season was like a exciting thrill ride just waiting to get on. I never imagined that my first supporting lead in a movie would be something the rest of the world would see and it would be a true story. I think the way they portrayed Brian Randolph was a little off and the way they did the State Championship was terrible. Like you could be big and be the worst or you can be small and be the best on the court. New Orleans Living had an opportunity to chat with Jarod about his experiences working on the locally shot movie. The screenplay was written by Robert Eisele and the film was produced by Raymond Brothers and Scott Glassgold.