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Two Days in April (2007)

TV-14 | | Documentary | Video 9 April 2007
Follows the story of 4 college football players signed by the sports agency IMG, as they bring them to a training facility in Florida and both physically and mentally prepare them for the NFL draft.

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Don Argott
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bruce Allen Bruce Allen ... Himself - Tampa Bay Buccaneers General Manager
Tom Condon Tom Condon ... Himself - Sports Agent
Chuck Cook Chuck Cook ... Himself - Kansas City Chiefs Scout
Blair Dalton Blair Dalton ... Herself - 'Game On' Media Training
Jon Gruden ... Himself - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach
Derek Hagan Derek Hagan ... Himself - Arizona St. Wide Receiver
Steve Hale Steve Hale ... Himself - Director, Senior Bowl
Clint Ingram Clint Ingram ... Himself - Oklahoma Linebacker
Ruby Ingram Ruby Ingram ... Herself - Clint Ingram's Grandmother
Michael Johnson Michael Johnson ... Himself - Fastest Man on Earth
Mel Kiper Mel Kiper ... Himself - ESPN Draft Expert
Ted Meekma Ted Meekma ... Himself - Senior Vice President, IMG Academies
Trevor Moawad Trevor Moawad ... Himself - IMG Mental Conditioning Coach
Dontrell Moore Dontrell Moore ... Himself - New Mexico Running Back
Scott Piri Scott Piri ... Himself - Physical Trainer
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Follows the story of 4 college football players signed by the sports agency IMG, as they bring them to a training facility in Florida and both physically and mentally prepare them for the NFL draft.

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TV-14

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 April 2007 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$550,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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A fascinating documentary for football fans and non-fans alike
1 January 2009 | by Shattered_WakeSee all my reviews

As a life-long football fan (though a casual one compared to how some fans are), the rating & synopsis made me jump at the opportunity to check out Don Argott's documentary about a few prospective NFL players and their time before the draft.

These players were all top-level at some point (or all points) throughout their college career and they are all possessing the genuine chance to enter the league. . . after four years of college, four years of high school, Pop Warner, touch, tag, backyard, sandlot, everything. . . it comes down to "Two Days in April." With desperation and drama, humour and sadness, excitement and success, "Two Days in April" is a fantastic documentary that will fascinate football fans and non-fans alike.

Final Verdict: 8/10.

-AP3-


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