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Pelé: Birth of a Legend

Pelé: Birth of a Legend is a movie starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Rodrigo Santoro, and Diego Boneta. Pele's meteoric rise from the slums of Sao Paulo to leading Brazil to its first World Cup victory at the age of 17 is chronicled in...

Other Titles
Pelé: O Nascimento de Uma Lenda, Pelé, 比利:傳奇的誕生, ペレ 伝説の誕生, Pele: Nasterea unei legende, Pele: Η ιστορία ενός θρύλου, Pelé: la película, Pelé: O Nascimento de uma Lenda, Pelé - Der Film, Pele: Birth of a Legend, Pelé: Naissance d'une Légende, Pelé. Narodziny legendy, Pele: Legenda je rodjena, Pelé, el nacimiento de una leyenda
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Biography, Sport
Director
Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist
Writer
Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist
Actors
Vincent D'Onofrio, Diego Boneta, Rodrigo Santoro, Seu Jorge
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Pele's meteoric rise from the slums of Sao Paulo to leading Brazil to its first World Cup victory at the age of 17 is chronicled in this biographical drama.

Comments about drama «Pelé: Birth of a Legend» (11)

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Raymond Martin

The sports film is not an easy subject to make, and the subject is here. The film is the first one with this theme, but the story and the overall experience are really strong. In general, the story has a simple point and the whole effect of the film is the fact that everyone, even the intelligent, learns something and finds that there is a problem in their life, because the writer doesn't tell you the solution. In this context, I would say that this is a great work and a classic film, and not just because it has such an important message. This is not a film about sports, or even about politics, because this movie doesn't take sides or try to tell something, but it simply teaches people to find a way out of problems and find the things in life that are important.

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Bryan

I was never a Pelé fan growing up, and not even for the entirety of the movie. I was more of a fan of the Spice Girls and this movie wasn't even really about Pelé or the sport he played. That aside, I had seen this movie a few years ago, and I enjoyed it. Pelé was an Olympic hopeful for his country, and was a player who always worked hard to get where he was. Even when his playing days were over, he still tried to play for his country, and made sure that his son had a chance at the sport. A few years later, I saw the movie and was reminded of how Pelé was considered one of the greatest sportsman of all time. A few years later, I watched the movie again, and it was interesting to see how his fame grew and how he changed as he matured and began to play in a different sport. I wasn't that interested in the story of the women involved in this story, but they did a good job of portraying the story of the women involved. The two main players were Julia Roberts and Adrien Brody. I have always enjoyed Brody in her roles, and she did a great job of portraying the feelings of jealousy and frustration that she had as a teenager that she didn't have any control over. She was able to portray that with the believability that you see on screen. Julia Roberts was also very good in her role, showing that she can play this type of role and still be an excellent actress. She did an excellent job of portraying the anger that she felt with the coach of the team, who she felt didn't respect her, and didn't want her to play the sport she was supposed to. She was able to do a good job of doing that with the talent that she had. Although the story in the movie didn't have anything to do with Pelé, the story was very interesting to me. I liked the movie, and enjoyed it.

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Roy

Not the greatest movie I've ever seen, and I've seen plenty of bad movies. But this one is pretty close. I really enjoyed it. The acting was amazing. The characters were great, and the movie flowed like a great song. I would have to give it a 7, but because of the movie's weaknesses, it gets a 7. I would recommend this movie to any fan of French film.

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Christina H.

Kevin Costner's portrayal of Pelé as a true pioneer is credible and uplifting. His quest for fame and recognition is portrayed by a few great performances. The action of the film is sensational and the fights are so realistic that one can easily see the real excitement and passion that go into the arena. I feel that the use of the film is limited by its story and the lack of clarity on what is real and what is fantasy. I think that it would have been a much more successful film if the audience knew what was going on. The story has so many questions and the audience had to go to the film to answer them. I think that the film should have been longer to let the audience fill in the gaps and to allow them to understand the film better. The film has a unique feel and is entertaining.

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Christian J.

As a big fan of the Pelé family I was apprehensive about seeing this movie. But I was pleasantly surprised. This is a very well made movie with a great message of unity and fair play. The acting is excellent, especially the parents and child. I think this movie is perfect for the entire family.

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Linda G.

Pelé (Chiwetel Ejiofor) is a team leader for his basketball team, but his biggest and most private goal is to become a champion. He is not accepted by his peers, and is bullied and belittled by them. However, he manages to become a champion, and he then tries to win back the admiration of his peers. After losing to the Philadelphia 76ers in the finals of the NBA championship, he is forced to leave basketball. His dream comes true, and he is granted a small salary from the team. But Pelé's happiness is short-lived as he becomes a sensation. As the league becomes more and more professional and less and less fun, Pelé begins to put his problems behind him. However, his newfound fame also attracts the attention of the Sixers' team president, and he plans to use Pelé's money to buy out the team. Pelé, on the verge of losing all of his money, tries to gain his dignity and make him successful again. All the while, he is fighting the side of the Eagles and his childhood friend, a coach, who is trying to bring Pelé to the top. This movie is made by the creators of the seminal basketball movie "The Natural," and their goal was to recreate the magic of that movie and make it a reality. The movie starts out very well. The theme is positive and uplifting. The characters are likable. The themes are very well done and compelling. However, the movie starts to lose steam towards the end. The movie would be about 75% of the way done and you'd have about 2/3 of the movie left. The movie just could not keep up the momentum. The score of this movie was perfect, but it could have been better. The music and the style of this movie was just not as good as the first one. It was done in a way that is very formulaic, and just does not feel like it belongs in this movie. It does not add much to the movie, and seems to be rushed in this movie. The directing of the movie was very good. I liked the cinematography and editing, but the directing was just a little too formulaic. The story was good, but there was some weak points in this movie. The story is about a team leader who is trying to become the best, and it is about the struggle to be the best. Unfortunately, this movie just was not entertaining enough, and I feel like the second movie would have been much better than this movie. The movie is not the weakest of the three movies, but it is definitely not the best of the three movies.

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Carl R.

We can see that this film is based on a true story. At first, we could have done a lot worse to put in another 'Frisian' film about a Brazilian footballer, but what a mistake we have done. This film is a perfect portrayal of the actual 'Moves' in a football, where you are not always winning and losing the ball for the best part of the game, and also of the truth about the scandals that many sports stars suffer. Pelé is a great character in this movie, as he becomes more and more famous and involved in the world of football. There is a lot of discussion, and even the players acknowledge that Pelé is not that great. In some point in the film, the fans discuss about how it is hard for Pelé to get out of the poor clubs and to get better. But we must think about that, because he is not really a poor footballer. After all, he has a great career in football, and is the only footballer in history that can be said to be one of the best of all time. In the movie, he is in an interview with the magazine 'Barcroft', and says that the problems in football are mainly the lack of individualism. It is difficult to change a system that is very much like the one in which Pelé played his whole career. In a football, there is one of two ways to play a game, one is a winning way and the other one is a losing way. It is a fact that the best footballers in the world, for the most part, always lose, but it is difficult for Pelé to accept that. He only wants to continue with the results he has got in his career. But in the interview with the 'Barcroft', he says that he is the only one to be the best in Brazil and in the world. He is the first footballer to win the Ballon d'Or, and that it was a good thing that he won. Pelé has always been very good at winning, but he has also lost, and that the losing of the ball can be a big loss in football. That is why his career was so fantastic. He had the same opportunities as every other footballer, but he managed to win the ball and take it to the final. It is a very interesting film. It gives us the events that are not easy to forget. We have seen it at one time in Brazil, and we have seen it again in a different way, but it is still important to remember it. The final goal was against America, and it was just one of the moments that we all remember, and Pelé did not lose the ball that time. In the end, we can see that this is a very good film, very interesting and very interesting to see, and we can thank the actors and director for their amazing performances.

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Diane

Mel Gibson was never a great actor. His more recent films have been quite good, especially his follow-up to Braveheart, but they didn't seem to impress me the same way that Braveheart did. I mean, I enjoyed the former, but I don't see what all the hype was about. Braveheart is simply a great film with a brilliant story, great performances, and I wouldn't mind seeing it again. But you know what? I watched this movie again. And I was just as impressed as I was before. It's just that it was so much more. I think that Pelé has become somewhat of a cult figure and that's what makes this film so good. He's the storyteller. He has this aura about him and I think it's amazing. The film starts off with him in 1930 and the rest of the film follows him from then on. There are moments that seem to be overblown and some scenes that are very dramatic and serious. It does take a while for the film to get going, but it picks up steam at the end. I'm a huge fan of international films and I think this one is just amazing. The fact that it was shot in Brazil and Argentina is great. They have some of the best scenery in the world and they show it very well. The film has a very dark and ominous atmosphere, and I can't help but get involved with the characters and their emotions. I think that the film is very effective in that it makes you feel for the characters and the direction of the film is great. There is a lot of gore in the film and it is shown in a very effective way. I'm not a big gore movie fan, but this is really well done. It isn't too gory and the violence isn't overbearing. The characters are shown in a very well-drawn way, and that's what is most important to me. The acting is great, especially by Ewan McGregor. The actors in this film were truly amazing. The cinematography and the sets were also great. It was an amazing film. It's not that it's anything great, but it's good. It's not a great film, but it's really good.

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Sandra C.

This movie is the most underrated boxing movie ever made. It is the only boxing movie that is made realistically. The acting is very good from everyone involved. The only problem with this movie is that it does have an artificial plot. However, if you are looking for realistic boxing, this is the movie for you. To watch this movie, you need to know the rules of boxing and don't want to waste time watching the "real" fight. I like this movie more than I did the first one, and that is saying something.

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Peter V.

Although the book was almost "rebooted" into a movie version, this is definitely the best movie adaptation I have ever seen. It is in a word a very good adaptation. It brings the story line to life and there are so many times that you get choked up at how close they were to the actual events. I feel that this movie should be mandatory reading for all young athletes. It's very well researched and makes you want to learn about the sport. I recommend this movie to anyone. It's very well written and very well acted. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone. The story line in the movie is really very well done. I am very happy that Hollywood is finally making a movie like this and can actually create something from a book. I would strongly recommend this movie to any youth.

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Crystal S.

Olympic champion Nancy Kerrigan (Scarlett Johansson) lives in fear of her sister, Lady Jeanne of Champagne (Jacqueline Bisset). Though she is not a member of the ruling class, she is vulnerable to the will of the majority. A long time past her prime, she has lost the battle with the "old coaches", and the race of life to find her true self. Here, she finally finds herself as a woman, who uses her talent to gain the support of her family, and rises above the male chauvinism that surrounds her. Thanks to "Lady Jeanne", she is ready to take her first steps to a new era of success. Yet, there are those who want to keep her "born again" in her former self. A fight between the two sides occurs, and the destiny of a woman who cannot find her destiny becomes more and more complicated. "Lady Jeanne" is a sad story, about a woman who was too afraid to be a woman, and when she finally can, it is too late. She still can't accept her own destiny, and in the end, she remains trapped in her past. One might call it a comedy, but this is definitely not. It is an action movie, and it has no jokes. We can see what is going on, and what's going on behind the scenes. But the problem is that the story itself is too deep. We cannot take it for granted that Lady Jeanne (Johansson) is real, and we cannot watch her through the eyes of her fellow women. It is a long and very involved story. The screenplay, directed by the two principal stars, is a mixture of both humor and drama. In the beginning, we see Lady Jeanne (Johansson) and her sister (Bisset) having a fit, and it's all made more interesting by the fact that the two sisters are sisters. After that, we see the sister and her brother's conflict with their mother. And then we see the sisters in the beginning of the film fighting. It is complicated, and it is funny. As for the acting, Johansson is strong, and Bisset is good. I cannot say more than this. It is definitely not a comedy, and it is a drama. The thing is, the latter is not very good. In fact, it is a tragedy. For me, this is a film that needs to be seen. Because it is very deep, and because it is so touching. "Lady Jeanne" is a tale about women who have been burdened with the guilt of being a woman, and how they finally find their freedom.