A Shot at Glory

This little gem has Robert Duvall as the manager of a struggling Scottish soccer club who is being forced by it's American owner (Michael Keaton) to sign a big-name player in order to keep the team in the loyal hometown they've had for 100 years. But the new star brings his share of baggage, not the least of which is his former marriage to Duvall's daughter. With Ally McCoist, Brian Cox, Cole Hauser. Duvall also co-produced.

Year: 2000
Genre: Drama, Sport Films
Country: USA
Director: Michael Corrente
Starring: Robert Duvall, Ally McCoist, Brian Cox, Cole Hauser, Morag Hood, Kirsty Mitchell
Duration: 110 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Location in store: Drama



Permanent Collection

For in-store pickup reservations please call 03 3650 615


Fever Pitch (1996)

Based on the cult novel by Nick Hornby and set against the backdrop of the 1988-89 English football...

Gregory's Girl (1981)

A very funny film from the director of 'Local Hero' and 'Comfort and Joy', centred on the lives of G...

Local Hero (1983)

The delicate ecological balance of a small unspoiled Scottish village is threatened by the plans of...

Victory ( aka Escape to Victory ) (1981)

This WWII drama centres on a German sponsored soccer match between the Reich's top players and Allie...

The Cup (1999)

Filmed in the central Asian country of Bhutan and directed by Khyentse Norbu (recognised by Buddhist...

There's Only One Jimmy Grimble (2000)

Jimmy Grimble (Lewis McKenzie) is a 15 year old misfit living in Manchester who dreams of becoming a...

Mean Machine (2002)

Transporting the basic plot of the 1974 Burt Reynolds hit "The Longest Yard" across the Atlantic, th...

Mike Bassett: England Manager (2001)

The latest in the ubiquitous mockumentary genre, "Mike Bassett: England Manager" follows the eponymo...

When Saturday Comes (1996)

In this independent sports drama, an aspiring British football player (Sean Bean) struggles against...

The Damned United (2009)

Based on the incredible true story of Brian Clough (Michael Sheen), one of England's greatest footba...

The Third Half (2012)

Set during the Second World War and inspired by true events, "The Third Half" is the story of the Ma...