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Uncle Drew is a american film of genre Comedy released in USA on 29 june 2018 with Shaquille O'Neal

Uncle Drew (2018)

Uncle Drew
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Released in USA 29 june 2018
Genres Comedy
Rating58% 2.9133352.9133352.9133352.9133352.913335

Uncle Drew est un film américain réalisé par Charles Stone III sorti en juin 2018.

Il met en vedette le joueur de basket-ball professionnel Kyrie Irving dans la reprise d'un personnage développé pour des publicités Pepsi Max diffusées aux États-Unis dans les années 2010. Irving était alors grimé en personne âgée et étonnait des joueurs de streetball par ses capacités. Plusieurs anciens joueurs professionnels sont également à l'affiche du film dont Shaquille O'Neal.


Après des années d’entrainement acharné afin d’intégrer une équipe du tournoi de basketball Rucker Classic, Dax doit faire face à une série de revers, notamment celui de perdre son équipe au profit de son rival de longue date. Souhaitant désespérément remporter le tournoi et empocher le prix, Dax approche un homme, un mythe, le légendaire Oncle Drew et le convint de retourner sur le terrain une fois de plus. Les deux hommes partent à la recherche des membres de l’ancienne équipe de Drew et prouvent qu’un groupe de septuagénaire peut encore remporter la victoire.


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