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What the community says about First Match
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- AnonymousWritten on May 21, 2018"An excellent inner city drama that kept me interested and emotionally involved. Some great new talent in front of and behind the camera, as the acting and directing is inspired and executed well. Well worth watching. "
- AnonymousWritten on February 5, 2019"I was in tears while watching this. Great movie for the new generation! It shows us how to channel our frustrations into something good-Sports!"
- AnonymousWritten on February 6, 2019"Definitely one of the best Netflix film! They have lots of chick flicks but I find them too cliche so its nice to see that they have sports films like these too! First Match takes you to Monique's journey... how she was forced to be tough and finding her family "
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in What are the best sports moviesAnonymousWritten on May 28, 2018"First Match is trash. It is exactly the typical Netflix propaganda that is ruining the entertainment industry. People are tired of the strong woman meme."AnonymousWritten on May 29, 2018"This sports movie is really great and will up your morals. It is about a teenage girl who is on the boys wrestling team."
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in What are the best action moviesAnonymousWritten on November 15, 2018"Good movie for the family! I love how the lead character's story developed. Very empowering"
- AnonymousWritten on May 25, 2018"This Netflix-original may never make it to universal popularity, but it's become a hit on its own platform. As society battles issues gender rights, a young African-American girl from Brooklyn decides to follow her dreams despite the prejudices that others try to impose on her. It's an inspiring story that helps us take a step back from politics and look at an individual as someone with hopes and dreams."