Blonde-haired, blue-eyed women's libber Molly McGrath (Goldie Hawn) quits her teaching job at a comfortable middle-class school to take a new position as varsity football coach at a predominantly black inner-city school. Culture and gender clashes abound; she must win over the hard-boiled youths, convince them to practice hard and show up for class, and convince them they can win football games. Her job begins to take a toll on her family, however, when her ex-husband (James Keach) attempts to take away her daughter, claiming she is neglecting her responsibilities as a mother. Wildcats marked the fourth sports film directed by Michael Ritchie.~Jeremy Beday
Training montage music video
Languages: English & Français
Subtitles: English, Français, Español, Português, Japenese, Mandarain-Taiwan, Cantonese, and Thai (feature film only)
Being that this movie was filmed in Chicago, which is my home city, I had to have this one for my collection, especially when one of the football player extras was from my high school. Nostalgia aside, this is a nice fun movie for Goldie Hawn that features a young Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes.