The 5th Quarter (2011) 720p YIFY Movie

The 5th Quarter (2011)

Driven by the tragic and fatal car crash that took the life of his fifteen year old brother Luke, and wearing Luke's number 5 jersey, Jon Abbate helps to lead the Wake Forest Demon Deacons to the most successful season in school history.

IMDB: 5.70 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.08G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 97
  • IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for The 5th Quarter (2011) 720p

In February, 2006, young Luke Abbate accepted a ride home from a fellow student following his high-school team practice. In a severe case of irresponsible and reckless teen-age driving, and over the objections of Luke and the other young passengers, the driver lost control of the car at nearly 90 miles-per-hour, spinning off a narrow road and landing in an embankment some seventy feet below. Luke suffered irreparable brain damage, and died in the hospital two days later - just four days before his sixteenth birthday.

The Director and Players for The 5th Quarter (2011) 720p

[Director]Rick Bieber
[Role:]Ryan Merriman
[Role:]Andie MacDowell
[Role:]Aidan Quinn

The Reviews for The 5th Quarter (2011) 720p

Reviewed byrannynmVote: /10

It's Football Season again! And Fox Faith just released their film, The5th Quarter to Blu-ray/DVD this week.

Storyline: When a close-knit family is nearly broken by tragedy, hopeis restored by their eldest son who carries the weight of victory onhis shoulders in THE 5TH QUARTER.

One of our KIDS FIRST! youth film critics reviewed it this week: "Ijust finished watching The Fifth Quarter and I enjoyed it. It's about aboy named Luke who dies in an auto accident because of drunk driving.The story is really about how the family copes with the loss of their15 year old son and brother.

I really like the character John Abbate, Luke's older brother, playedby Ryan Merriman. The acting is superb. He couldn't have done a betterjob.

I would say that this movie is for kids 13 and up. There is one littletiny extremely short scene showing some surgery that is disturbing, butthere is also a lot of talking and emotion and crying, of course. Anykid younger than 13 would not appreciate that. However, older kids willappreciate the amazing acting.

By Sam Connan, Age 13, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. Sam's review isavailable at

Reviewed byjames1844Vote: 7/10/10

Oh, ye of little faith. This film had flaws as almost any film doesbut, there have been several criticisms about some less than stellaracting. It is true to some extent. Truth be known, several participantswere the real people in the real world of the events that took placefrom the actual story. I am always amazed by the reviews that seem soopposite from agreement. This film dealt with the tragedy thatsometimes befalls only some families and it shows that families canwork thru their sorrows. I rate this film 7 stars because I know asimilar tragedy and I pray that you never have to walk with thistragedy in your life. Quinn does an outstanding performance thatconveyed the pain and suffering of a father as did the rest of the maincast. This is a heart wrenching story to watch but one with a valuablelesson to share.

The Ultimate Movie Review! - - @tss5078Reviewed byTss5078Vote: 7/10

February 13, 2006, was a normal winter's day in a small suburb of Atlanta. Luke Abbate, a 15 year old High School Lacrosse star, accepts a ride home from a teammate. On the way the new driver decides to show off his driving skills by flying down the street at 90 MPH, when he loses control of the car. The car flies about 70 feet, injuring all the passengers and killing young Luke. It's a nightmare story that all families fear, when their kids start driving, the only difference about Luke's story is that it really happened. The 5th Quarter is a film dedicated to Luke's memory and tells the story of his family in the wake of such tragedy. As the film plays out, it starts to lean away from tragedy and toward triumph, the triumph of the 2006 Wake Forrest Championship Football team. There captain was John Abbate, Luke's brother. The team was supposed to finish dead last, but wound up having a miracle season. It is a story that was so well done, that it couldn't have been anything but a true story. I don't think any writer could have thought of a story like this. Ryan Merriman stars, once again in a sports drama, and of all his performances that I've seen, this had to be the strongest. Not only does he show tremendous athletic ability, but he takes the audience of a roller-coaster ride of emotion. Merriman was so good, that he even had a cold hearted cynic like myself, tearing up. Aidan Quinn and Andie McDowell play the matriarchs of the Abbate family, giving outstanding performances. They made the audience see and feel just what it was like for the Abbate family. Most films are meant to entertain, but the 5th Quarter does more than entertain, it tells a very important story and actually makes you feel something for the tragedies and hardships of other people. I was expecting to see a sports movies, instead I saw something that really made me think. Only the best the big screen has to offer can make you both think and feel for the characters.

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