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Genres: Documentary , Sport
Actors: Joe Bishop , Keith Cavill , Andy Cohn , Scott Hogsett , Christopher Igoe , Bob Lujano , Kevin Orr , Joe Soares , Dave Willsie , Mark Zupan
Director: Henry Alex Rubin , Dana Adam Shapiro
Country: United States
Year: 2005
IMDB Rating: 7.8/10 (6288 votes)

Quad rugby as played by the US team, between 2002 games in Sweden and the 2004 Paralympics in Athens. Young men, most with spinal injuries, play this rough and tumble sport in special chairs, seated gladiators. We get to know several and their families. They talk frankly about their injuries, feelings in public, sex lives, competitiveness, and love of the game. There’s also an angry former team member gone north to coach the Canadian team, tough on everyone, including his viola-playing son. We meet a recently injured man, in rehab, at times close to despair, finding possible joy in quad rugby. After Athens, the team meets young men injured in war: the future stars of Team USA.

Film Review

Murderball is a documentary that tells the story of several Quad Rugby players. This documentary takes us on a journey with the American Quad Rugby team and their mission to once again take gold medal at the paraplegic Olympics. This movie is completely different from what you would expect when you hear about it. This movie tells the stories of many of these men and their journey of how they became paraplegic and got involved with the Quad Rugby team. This film focuses on overcoming your disabilities and making the best out of your life. These men tell about how people react to them in public places and how they feel when people say things to them such as "It's good to see you out today." People do not realize that these men are just as strong, healthy, and fit as they are. One theme that is reoccurring in this film is the idea of making the best out of your life. These men have gone through some really tough events in their lives and are still able to accomplish daily a…

Murderball is a documentary that tells the story of several Quad Rugby players. This documentary takes us on a journey with the American Quad Rugby team and their mission to once again take gold medal at the paraplegic Olympics. This movie is completely different from what you would expect when you hear about it. This movie tells the stories of many of these men and their journey of how they became paraplegic and got involved with the Quad Rugby team. This film focuses on overcoming your disabilities and making the best out of your life. These men tell about how people react to them in public places and how they feel when people say things to them such as "It's good to see you out today." People do not realize that these men are just as strong, healthy, and fit as they are. One theme that is reoccurring in this film is the idea of making the best out of your life. These men have gone through some really tough events in their lives and are still able to accomplish daily a…

Normally, I don't watch documentaries. I mean, unless it's Justin Beiber, Michael Jackson, or Jackass, I usually never hear what's coming up (out of the three, I never watched the Michael Jackson one simply because I just never really got to see it). But what I also notice is that the documentaries I do watch are actually fun to watch if you can watch one and a half hours of interviews or whatever it is they do.So in comes Murderball, a 2005 Sundance Festival Winner of the Audience Award that quite delivers something different for me. It's about this team of rugby players who have lost the ability to walk (and several different reasons cause this, everyone of them different) and how this sport of quad rugby, formerly known as "Murderball" (hence the title name), has changed their lives for the better. It's a nice thing to watch because it shows me that just because someone's in a wheelchair doesn't mean that they are completely lifeless (no…

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