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on December 27, 1999
The hockey purist could be offended at the on ice antics of "Team USA" as it takes on opponents in an international competition. From the new character "Cowboy," rope tying opponents to figure skater Ken Wu trying to get through the defense with a "triple axle," it is as far fetched as any youth sports movie has ever gotten. Estevez was clearly in this only for the money and if you notice "Team USA," supposedly the best teen players in the country, doesn't even skate that well!
The rivalry between Estevez and the Icelandic coach is believable and Disney including some inner city kids to develop the plot is admirable. The ending is enjoyable especially when a least likely character is allowed to shine. Kids, hockey fans or not, will love it and that is who the "Duck" series was designed for. As an adult you really better suspend your belief in this one. But then again, isn't that what movies are supposed to be about anyway?
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