|Rating:||PG (for some mild language and sports peril)|
|Release Date:||April 22, 2005|
|Running time:||94 minutes|
|Cast:||Jim Caviezel, Mary McCormack, Jake Lloyd, Bruce Dern, Brent Briscoe|
|Producer:||Martin Wiley, William Bindley|
|Writer:||William Bindley, Scott Bindley|
Description: The true story of a dying river town in Indiana, which in 1971 succeeded in becoming the host for the Gold Cup of hydroplane boat racing. Competing on the racing circuit requires deep-pocketed sponsorships and top-of-the-line technology and equipment. Jim McCormick, even though he's now a father with a family to support and has a steady job, has never abandoned his dream of piloting the community-owned Miss Madison to victory in the sport's biggest event. Alas, the economic struggles of this trade-diminished municipality have severely crimped its level of support. But faced with the opportunity to welcome the prestigious championship, McCormick wins, or more correctly hustles, the town's backing and, despite the misgivings of his wife and a sizable percentage of his neighbors, undertakes to race Miss Madison and compete with the big boys.
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