Review: Seabiscuit

A tiny drama based on a real story, executed very well by second time helmer Gary Ross, who also worked on the screenplay. A slow beginning is necessary, and parts in between seems a bit slow too. But in the end, you get attached enough to care what really happened. Not only do you get a piece of American history, you also get see what impact just one horse had in that time. The drama part doesn’t overtake the story, and thus keeps a good balance with reality, and the acting makes it all worth it if you don’t care much for a history lesson.7+.