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Won't Back Down

User rating: 3.91 121 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: September 28, 2012

PG | Drama | 2h 1m

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User rating: 3.91

Based on 284 votes and 121 reviews.

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User rating: October 1, 2012

One of the best movies I have seen recently. Loved it

User rating: September 26, 2012

pretty good movie

User rating: September 26, 2012

This was a good movie! It hits you just the way you want it and you learn a thing or two from it.

User rating: September 26, 2012

A must see.

User rating: September 26, 2012

Viola Davis was fabulous! A bit deceived by Holly Hunter. A great movie! Thank you tribute

User rating: September 26, 2012

Inspiring moving about fighting for what's right, even in the face of "the man". The last line says it best: HOPE! Great acting and writing, but most importantly leaves you wanting to get out of your seat to go do something meaningful.

User rating: September 25, 2012

A very good movie that I enjoyed from beginning to end. You laugh and also tears come to your eyes.It sends a good message: Never give up. Viola Davis and Maggie Gyllenhaal were so great in their acting.

User rating: September 25, 2012

Good movie, touching story. Great lead role...wonderfully done.

User rating: September 25, 2012

Very good movie. Makes us think about our own children's education and what they are learning. It tells us that we should not take school education for granted and that as parents, we are responsible in assuring that our children get the education they deserve. I really love Viola Davis in this movie, and I feel she deserves a Golden Globe nomination for her role, if not an Oscar. I would like to see more of this kind of movie in the future.

User rating: September 25, 2012

The goal of the movie is to show that perseverence pays off. It was a good movie to relate our real issues at school. We can relate to the characters because of their flaws.