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Synopsis: The true story of a high school football coach who mentors a mentally challenged boy that no one understands. When the coach allows the young man to help out with the team, the young man's enthusiasm for life rubs off on his players. Format: DVD Color: Color Rating: PG RatingReason: mild language and thematic elements Genre: Drama Runtime: 109 Year: 2003


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  • Radio available on May 31 2016 from Newegg for 7.00
  • Radio available on January 20 2016 from Amazon for 5.50
  • Radio available on February 20 2015 from Indigo for 22.95
    • UPC bar code 043396013070 ξ2 registered October 23 2014
    • UPC bar code 043396013070 ξ3 registered May 31 2016
    • UPC bar code 043396013070 ξ4 registered November 06 2014
    • UPC bar code 043396013070 ξ5 registered February 04 2015
    • UPC bar code 043396013070 ξ1 registered June 15 2012
    • Product category is Radio Cuba Gooding Jr., Ed Harris, Sarah Drew, Debra Winger, Alfre Woodard, Brent Sexton Outdoor
    • Manufacturered by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

    • # N82E168043396013070
    • # 20816
    • # 4339601307

    • Product size is DVD
    • Product weight is 0.25 lbs.
    RADIO MOVIE For anyone who ever had a dream and everyone with the courage to stand up for what they believe, comes the real life story of Robert "Radio" Kennedy. Experience Radio's journey from a man no one understands to the coach no one could live without. Together with Head Coach Harold Jones, Radio inspired a football team to become champions and a town to open their hearts. Heroic performances from Academy Award Winner Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Academy Award Nominee Ed Harris will have you laughing, crying and cheering for the man who proved, the world's greatest victories happen in real life. Since winning an Academy Award for his exuberant performance in Jerry Maguire, Cuba Gooding Jr. has gotten little but static from critics for a spate of calamitous career choices not seen since '80s-vintage Burt Reynolds. But he triumphantly returns to Oscar-worthy status with his moving performance as Radio, a mentally challenged young man, whom South Carolina high school football coach Harold Jones (Ed Harris) takes under his nurturing wing. This does not play well with the school's patient but questioning principal (Alfre Woodard); the school's biggest athletic booster, who views Radio as a distraction; the man's son, the team's star player, who plays cruel pranks on the trusting Radio; and the Coach's teenage daughter, who feels neglected. Almost all will be won over by Radio's trusting and good nature. Based on a Sports Illustrated story, Radio was adapted for the screen by Mike Rich, screenwriter of The Rookie, and as in that superior family film, the heroics are mostly off the field. As Coach says, with all the subtlety of a blitz, "We're not the ones been teaching Radio; he's the one been teaching us." The ending, in which we see the actual Radio, still cheering his team on 26 years later, will melt the most cynical hearts. --Donald Liebenson

    References
      ^ (2009). Radio Product. (revised Aug 2013)
      ^ Radio (DVD, 2004) (revised Apr 2017)
      ^ (2012). Radio, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Newegg. (revised May 2016)
      ^ (2004). Radio, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Amazon. (revised Jan 2016)
      ^ Radio Indigo. (revised Feb 2015)

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