Think about a sports drama. You know the one: where the main team is somehow disadvantaged in life, but they have a coach who believes in them even when they don’t believe in themselves. Where through the sport and the self-confidence that comes with playing well and winning, the kids turn their lives around and inspire the community around them. 12 Mighty Orphans is not the first time this story has been told, and it won’t be the last, but it’s a pretty good version of that story.Continue reading “Review: ’12 Mighty Orphans’ is a perfectly suitable underdog sports drama”
Sometimes the best way to get a dramatic performance is to cast funny people.