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Best Buy also has Remember the Titans (Blu-ray + DVD) on sale for $5.99 - $1 w/ store pickup discount (see note below) = $4.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+. Thanks persian_mafia

Note: for an Extra $1 Off, first select shipping in cart, then at checkout switch to store pickup (if stock permits).

Amazon also has for Prime Members: Remember the Titans (Blu-ray + DVD) on sale for $5.99. Shipping is free.

Walmart also has Remember the Titans (Blu-ray + DVD) on sale for $5.99. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+.
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Select store pickup to make it $4.99.

Add the movie to cart, select shipping first in cart and proceed to checkout, as stock permits, it'll give you $1 off at checkout for picking up in store.

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Walmart $5.99 w/ free store pickup

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Amazon has it on sale for prime members for $5.99. Shipping is free

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You know the media is always trying to pin races against each other because the elite want us fighting each other instead of them.
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I feel bad now because apparently I did not Remember the Titans... 😶
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Got it at the $4.99 price at best buy for adding to cart with shipping then switching to in store pickup during checkout. Thanks OP
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It's in the $5 Walmart bins in stores too.
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It may be a well-acted movie, but I have REAL issue with the story line and especially the timeline.

After attending segregated 7th Grade in Mississippi, I started in high school in Virginia in the 8th Grade (five years of high school there) in 1963 and the high schools were ALL fully integrated with virtually no issues arising from it. My best friend that year was a Black kid whose father was an Air Force Sergeant.

When I saw the first trailers about this movie taking place "in the early 1970s" I contacted the studio and asked them why they were fundamentally misrepresenting integration and race relations in Virginia by about 10 years, giving the viewer the impression that Virginia defied the Civil Rights Act for a decade or more. The answer I got was, "We set it in the early 1970s because the audience might feel disconnected if we set in the early 1960s. The 1970s are more relatable to the current audience."

Typical Hollywood BS. This story line NEVER took place at the time and place portrayed...it is fiction.
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It may be a well-acted movie, but I have REAL issue with the story line and especially the timeline.

After attending segregated 7th Grade in Mississippi, I started in high school in Virginia in the 8th Grade (five years of high school there) in 1963 and the high schools were ALL fully integrated with virtually no issues arising from it. My best friend that year was a Black kid whose father was an Air Force Sergeant.

When I saw the first trailers about this movie taking place "in the early 1970s" I contacted the studio and asked them why they were fundamentally misrepresenting integration and race relations in Virginia by about 10 years, giving the viewer the impression that Virginia defied the Civil Rights Act for a decade or more. The answer I got was, "We set it in the early 1970s because the audience might feel disconnected if we set in the early 1960s. The 1970s are more relatable to the current audience."

Typical Hollywood BS. This story line NEVER took place at the time and place portrayed...it is fiction.
You know the media is always trying to pin races against each other because the elite want us fighting each other instead of them.
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I feel bad now because apparently I did not Remember the Titans... 😶
There was supposed to be a question mark at the end of the title. Mistakenly turning the title into a command was begging people to forget.
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It may be a well-acted movie, but I have REAL issue with the story line and especially the timeline.

After attending segregated 7th Grade in Mississippi, I started in high school in Virginia in the 8th Grade (five years of high school there) in 1963 and the high schools were ALL fully integrated with virtually no issues arising from it. My best friend that year was a Black kid whose father was an Air Force Sergeant.

When I saw the first trailers about this movie taking place "in the early 1970s" I contacted the studio and asked them why they were fundamentally misrepresenting integration and race relations in Virginia by about 10 years, giving the viewer the impression that Virginia defied the Civil Rights Act for a decade or more. The answer I got was, "We set it in the early 1970s because the audience might feel disconnected if we set in the early 1960s. The 1970s are more relatable to the current audience."

Typical Hollywood BS. This story line NEVER took place at the time and place portrayed...it is fiction.
Huh. If only the Washington post article posted 3 above yours didn't fundamentally disputed the timeline and events you are pointing out? The team did play in the early 70s.
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It may be a well-acted movie, but I have REAL issue with the story line and especially the timeline.

After attending segregated 7th Grade in Mississippi, I started in high school in Virginia in the 8th Grade (five years of high school there) in 1963 and the high schools were ALL fully integrated with virtually no issues arising from it. My best friend that year was a Black kid whose father was an Air Force Sergeant.

When I saw the first trailers about this movie taking place "in the early 1970s" I contacted the studio and asked them why they were fundamentally misrepresenting integration and race relations in Virginia by about 10 years, giving the viewer the impression that Virginia defied the Civil Rights Act for a decade or more. The answer I got was, "We set it in the early 1970s because the audience might feel disconnected if we set in the early 1960s. The 1970s are more relatable to the current audience."

Typical Hollywood BS. This story line NEVER took place at the time and place portrayed...it is fiction.
Except it's based on actual events that unfolded in the 70s including a team that won the state championship in the early 70s. If the timeline is off, it's only by a year or two.
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