The Slaughter Rule

"Weak"

The Slaughter Rule Review


Believer star Ryan Gosling plays Roy Chutney, a Montana kid recruited into gruff and troubled coach Gideon's (David Morse) six-man football team. Not much happens along the way aside from a creepy romance with shrewish Clea DuVall and lots and lots of practice. Everyone's got demons to deal with -- from Gideon's guilt over a kid that played for him and died under mysterious circumstances to the audience's unwillingness to sit through two hours of yet another inspirational football movie.


The Slaughter Rule

Facts and Figures

Run time: 112 mins

In Theaters: Friday 11th January 2002

Distributed by: Cowboy Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 73%
Fresh: 22 Rotten: 8

IMDB: 6.1 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: , Andrew J. Smith

Producer: , Greg O'Connor, Michael A. Robinson,

Starring: as Roy Chutney, as Gideon 'Gid' Ferguson, as Skyla Sisco, as Floyd aka Studebaker, as Tracy Two Dogs, as Evangeline Chutney, as Doreen, Ken White as Russ Colfax, as Waylon Walks Along, Kim DeLong as Lem Axelrod, Geraldine Keams as Gretchen Two Dogs, Douglas Seybern as Uncle Peyton, Cody Harvey as Coach Motlow, Melkon Andonian as Devo, J.P. Gabriel as Jute, Chris Offutt as Charlie

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