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Samuel L. Jackson made news last week by refusing to co-star with 50 Cent in a movie based on the rapper's life. He not only refused, but did it publicly, even though the film is to be directed by six-time Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan ("In America"). A clue to Jackson's thinking may be found in his new film, "Coach Carter," based on the true story of a California high school basketball coach who placed grades ahead of sports. Like Bill Cosby, Jackson is arguing against the anti-intellectual message that success for young black males is better sought in the worlds of rap and sports than in the classroom.




subtitle Coach Carter



Role models are what "Coach Carter," Jackson's new film, is all about. He plays Ken Carter, who began as a sports star at Richmond (California) High School, setting records that still stand, and then had success in the military and as a small businessman. He's asked to take over as basketball coach, an unpaid volunteer position; the former coach tells him, "I can't get them to show up for school." Ken Carter thinks he can fix that.


The movie was directed by Thomas Carter ("Save the Last Dance"), no relation to the coach. It follows long-established genre patterns; it's not only a sports movie with the usual big games and important shots, but also a coach movie, with inspiring locker room speeches and difficult moral decisions. There are certain parallels with "Friday Night Lights," although there it's the movie itself, and not the coach, that underlines the futility of high school stars planning on pro sports as a career.


Certainly both movies give full weight to public opinion in the communities where they're set -- places where the public's interest in secondary education seems entirely focused on sports, where coaches are more important than teachers, where scores are more important than grades.


Ken Carter's most dramatic decision, which got news coverage in 1999, was to lock the gymnasium, forfeit games and endanger the team's title chances after some of his players refused to live up to the terms of the contract. The community of course was outraged that a coach would put grades above winning games; for them, the future for the student athletes lies in the NBA, not education.


Jackson has the usual big speeches assigned to all coaches in all sports movies, and delivers on them, big time. His passion makes familiar scenes feel new. "I see a system that's designed for you to fail," he tells his players, pointing out that young black men are 80 percent more likely to go to prison than to go to college. The movie's closing credits indicate that six of the team members did go on to college, five with scholarships. Lives, not games, were won.


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New head coach Kevin Willard is ready to face those challenges head-on. He is not hiding from those exigencies. In fact, the ninth head coach in program history knows what is expected from him, stating them outright in his introductory press conference.


Move past the months-long coaching search debates on where the Maryland job ranks among the top 20 or 30 programs in the country. Willard not only thinks this is a top-10 job, but he is also humbled and honored to be the one to guide a program of that caliber.


Contract for excavation of a boot pit area for a rice dryer did not come within any category of transactions covered by this subtitle and provisions of the code would not govern admissibility of evidence in a suit under the contract. Venturi, Inc. v. Adkisson, 261 Ark. 855, 552 S.W.2d 643 (1977).


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Publisher's Notes. Former 4-1-105, concerning territorial application of subtitle and parties' power to choose applicable law, was repealed by Acts 2005, No. 856, 4. The former section was derived from Acts 1961, No. 185, 1-105; reen. 1967, No. 303, 1 (1-105); 1973, No. 116, 2; A.S.A. 1947, 85-1-105; Acts 1991, No. 344, 2; 1991, No. 540, 2; 1993, No. 439, 2; 1995, No. 425, 2; 1997, No. 1070, 2; 2001, No. 1439, 2. For current law, see 4-1-301.


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Filing in real estate records does not constitute notice as to personal property, and actual knowledge is required under this subtitle. In re King Furn. City, Inc., 240 F. Supp. 453 (E.D. Ark. 1965).


The buyer's options of revocation of acceptance under 4-2-711 and recovery of damages for breach of warranty under 4-2-714 are two separate and distinct strands of remedies under the UCC (subtitle 1 of this title) and the buyer may pursue either remedy or both since they offer separate forms of relief. Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Harper, 671 F.2d 1117 (8th Cir. 1982).


The buyer's options of revocation of acceptance under 4-2-711 and recovery of damages for breach of warranty under this section are two separate and distinct strands of remedies under the UCC (subtitle 1 of this title), and the buyer may pursue either remedy or both since they offer separate forms of relief. Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Harper, 671 F.2d 1117 (8th Cir. 1982).


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High school football players hustle for good times on the athletic field and in the local saloon, dogged by parental pressures and the fanaticism of their win-at-any-cost coach. The story is mildly entertaining in its hackneyed way, but there's no excusing the picture's exploitative treatment of almost all the female characters. ** Predictable, crass, teen flick.


Three teenagers pursue everyday pleasures in their Lebanese city, usually unfazed and sometimes actually excited by the mid-1970s political tensions that grow around them as the Muslim and Christian sectors move closer to a state of violent hostility. The filmmaking is imaginative, the acting is extraordinarily vivid, and few movies have so powerfully portrayed the struggles of everyday people trying to live their lives amid the chaos of incipient war. In Arabic and French with English subtitles


This harrowing drama uses a cynical TV talk show and the criminal careers of two drugged-up teenagers as metaphors for the disarray of everyday life in current Serbian society. The film has few specific messages about politics in former Yugoslavia, but its portrait of personal and cultural chaos is sadly illuminating. In Serbo-Croatian with English subtitles


During the Cultural Revolution about three decades ago, a Chinese teenager leaves home for an educational experience in the countryside, where she is brutally exploited by men holding power in the region. Chinese authorities have censored this movie, apparently upset at its negative treatment of a disturbing subject, but audiences are likely to find its candor as honest as it is unsettling. In Mandarin, with subtitles *** Provocative, tragic, colorfully filmed.


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