All Genres: Family
Release Year: 2005
Director: Darla Rae
Sound: Dolby Digital
Writing by: Haylar Garcia – writer
Darla Rae – screenwriter
Produced by: Darla Rae – executive producer
Jason Regier – co-executive producer
Steve Sanner – producer
Kathy Shipp – producer
Jay Wyss – producer
Cast: Michael Best – David Bruen
Rado Bily – Rugby Coach
Jason Coviello – Brad
Laura Dodd – Mary
Jimmy Drain – Joe
Wendy Duncan – Lara George
Louie Feher-Peiker – Jake Roberts
Gage Fisher – Boy with pugs
Jamey Geston – Jamie George
Katharyn Grant – Nurse
Aggie Green – Memaw
Music: Mark D'Errico Laura Dodd Keith Perry Kim Marriott Rieche Dawn Stoker
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Plot Outline: “The Goal” chronicles the lives of two athletes who are on an adrenaline track, one to the Olympics and the other to the world of Pro Soccer…
Plot: “The Goal” chronicles the lives of two athletes who are on an adrenaline track, one to the Olympics and the other to the world of Pro Soccer. Steve and Jason cross paths while rebuilding their lives following severe accidents. Tragedy affects everyone, not just the injured. Much like an epicenter of an earthquake, it touches many but everyone reacts differently. “Life is a Journey Within” but they have “The Goal, One Dream, One Mission, Bending Steel to Make It Happen”!
Movie Quotes: Virgil: This is Hell, Dante. Not your personal fantasy.
Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
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Goofs: We know about 9 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Anachronisms: The aircraft crews are using headphones with coiled cables. Coiled cables did not exist in 1940.
Trivia: There are 7 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Received The Dove Foundation Family Friendly Seal of Approval.
- Received The first Ever Maggi Allen Filmmaker Award at The 11th Annual Temecula Valley International Film Festival for The Best Inspirational Film.
- Won the Prestigious Lombardi Award at the 24th Annual Sports Movie Film Festival,and also received the Honneur de Mention which was given to the top 6 films at the festival 1 November 2006.