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Uncle Drew

Uncle Drew
Uncle Drew

Year

2018

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dax is a plucky, but somewhat naïve basketball coach who divides his time between coaching a local street team in Harlem, and selling sneakers in a sports store. After using his life savings to enter the Rucker Classic street ball tournament, Dax finds the team stolen from him by long-term rival Mookie. Not to be put off (and needing the money), Dax tracks down the legendary Uncle Drew and tries to convince him to return to the court one last time. However even Drew can’t play on his own, and the pair embark on a trip to track down his former teammates and prove that a group of old-timers have more than enough game for the young guard. Featuring lots of cameos from former players sending up their personas, this is a silly, but hugely likeable comedy with broad appeal and an appealing message about the importance of teamwork.

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12A Classification

Moderate sex references, bleeped strong language.

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