8 Great… Movies for Chicks Who Don’t Care About March Madness

Mar 19, 2013 Comments

A hit at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, The Slaughter Rule stars a 22-year-old Ryan Gosling as a troubled teenager who finds direction with the help of high school football coach David Morse. It’s a coming-of-age movie about the big male issues: integrity, pride and father figures. Gosling is appealing in a way that couldn't have been predicted by his stint on Breaker High. And what better way to watch the heavy stuff play out than by following the adorably sensitive Gosling as he alternately wears, or doesn't wear, a uniform. 

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