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Time is not standing still for the teammates of soccer team 'Eendracht Vooruit'. Erik (Tom Van Landuyt), the team captain, tries to keep them together since a lot of the player getting children. In particular, Jean-Marc who's having triplets but has difficulties to handle them and Franky Leemans who can't have children and tries to adopt one.Written by
I watched the first Team Spirit just before I went the same day to the cinema to watch the second one.
About the first one I only can tell that I enjoyed watching it. Ok, the story is easy, some friends in a café football team, but I didn't feel bored one sec! And also the music was just great (for example, Jan Leyers)!
The feeling I had about the second one is even better. I left the building with a big smile on my face. The actors are almost all the same as in the first, only a bit years older and the friendship is still alive. The rest you have to go see yourself... I only can say that the movie made me smile, made me feel sometimes a bit sad and especially made me see that life is easier if you have friends who are there for you.
Heads up for Jan Verheyen and his crew. Belgium is not Hollywood I know but a good movie is a good movie!
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