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Won't Back Down Synopsis

Two determined mothers­, one a teacher, look to transform their children's failing inner city school. Facing a powerful and entrenched bureaucracy, they risk everything to make a difference in the education and future of their children.

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Exclusive Won't Back Down Blu-ray Deleted Scene Gets Inventive In The Classroom Exclusive Won't Back Down Blu-ray Deleted Scene Gets Inventive In The Classroom

Won’t Back Down stars Viola Davis and Maggie Gyllenhaal as two very different personalities that unite to rail against the current education administration and work toward a better school system for their children and those children who come after. The film is hitting Blu-ray and DVD on January 15, and we have a never-before-seen clip that takes a look at how a teacher can help her students to excel, but first, they must respect that teacher.

Exclusive Won't Back Down Blu-ray Deleted Scene Gets Inventive In The Classroom

Weekend Box Office: Hotel Transylvania Arrives Early, Breaks Records Weekend Box Office: Hotel Transylvania Arrives Early, Breaks Records

September's a slow month at the box office. The biggest September weekends are still smaller than major days in the cash heady months of summer and Christmas. But, once in a while something comes along in September that draws a crowd and this year Halloween came early to give the sleepy month a little boost.

Weekend Box Office: Hotel Transylvania Arrives Early, Breaks Records

Hotel Transylvania And Looper Take Over Friday Box Office Hotel Transylvania And Looper Take Over Friday Box Office

Sony Pictures is competing against itself at the box office this weekend, and lucky for them, both of their offerings are getting a warm reception, taking the #1 and #2 spots among Friday moviegoers. The animated family film Hotel Transylvania, featuring the voices of Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez, made $11 million on Friday

Hotel Transylvania And Looper Take Over Friday Box Office

This Rotten Week: Predicting Looper, Won't Back Down And Hotel Transylvania Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Looper, Won't Back Down And Hotel Transylvania Reviews

I could see my breath this morning on my walk to get a coffee, which only means one thing. The autumn movie season must be up in full swing. (What did you think it meant?) This week we've got JGL getting loopy, parents combatting evil teachers and Dracula doing the family thing

This Rotten Week: Predicting Looper, Won't Back Down And Hotel Transylvania Reviews

Maggie Gyllenhaal And Viola Davis Save The School System In Motivational Won't Back Down Trailer Maggie Gyllenhaal And Viola Davis Save The School System In Motivational Won't Back Down Trailer

Won’t Back Down is the type of underdog drama that people look for coming out of the throes of the empty spectacle of the summer season. 20th Century Fox has programmed it for Sept. 28, right as kids are getting settled in their classrooms once again. Very smart.

Maggie Gyllenhaal And Viola Davis Save The School System In Motivational Won't Back Down Trailer

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