There's Only One Jimmy Grimble DVD


The heart warming tale of Jimmy Grimble (played by newcomer Lewis McKenzie), a teenage boy who reckons life would be perfect if he was a great football player. With Robert Carlyle and Ray Winstone.

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17 April 2019
Pathe Distribution Ltd 
103 minutes 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.     Jimmy Grimble would do anything to become a football pro but a lack of self-confidence on the pitch is standing between him and his childhood dream. His misery is compounded when his mother invites her latest moronic boyfriend to move in rather than the man she really wants, Harry (Ray Winstone). However, Jimmy's luck changes when he meets a mysterious old bag lady who gives him a pair of magic football boots. And although sceptical at first, it's not long before Jimmy is scoring hat tricks and even managing to help his coach (Robert Carlyle) to rediscover his passion for the game. But just before kick off on the day of the school cup final the boots go missing. Will Jimmy's confidence desert him or will his supporters be singing, "there's only one Jimmy Grimble" at full time?       Actors Robert Carlyle, Ray Winstone, Gina McKee, Jane Lapotaire & Lewis McKenzie Director John Hay Certificate 12 years and over Year 2000 Screen Widescreen Languages English - Dolby Digital (5.1) Subtitles English Duration 1 hour and 42 minutes (approx)

Jimmy Grimble (Lewis McKenzie) is a footballer with no confidence in himself and, to make matters worse, his mum (Gina Mckee) has asked the wrong guy to move into their house, instead of the guy she really wants (Ray Winstone). His luck changes when he meets an old baglady who gives him a pair of magic football boots which restores his confidence. Soon Jimmy is scoring goals like a pro and his newfound confidence also helps his coach (Robert Carlyle) rediscover his love for the game.