Movie Mania Wednesdays

By: MLL Communications, July 24, 2013

Movie Mania Wednesdays

It’s that time again!  It’s time for’s Movie Mania Wednesday!  This is your chance to learn a bit more about your favorite Major League Lacrosse players.  Today’s MLL Movie Spotlight is shining bright on Rochester Rattlers’ two-time 2013 Warrior Defensive Player of the Week, goalie John Galloway.


MLL:                      What is your favorite movie of all time? 

Galloway:           Pursuit of Happyness

MLL:                      What is in your DVD Collection?

Galloway:           all the great sports movies--- Varsity Blues, Remember the Titans, Friday Night Lights (all seasons) Glory Road, Cinderella Man, etc

MLL:                      What’s the next movie in your Netflix queue?

Galloway:           Next movie I need to see is Flight….I love Denzel.

MLL:                      What is the first movie that you ever saw in a movie theater?

Galloway:           First movie I ever saw was with my 6th grade girlfriend…we saw Remember the Titans

MLL:                      What’s your favorite movie quote?

Galloway:           “If there’s magic in boxing,  it’s the magic of fighting battles beyond endurance, beyond cracked ribs, ruptured kidneys and detached retinas.  It’s the magic of risking everything for a dream that nobody sees but you.” - Million Dollar Baby

MLL:                      What’s your favorite sports movie?

Galloway:           Cinderella Man

MLL:                      Who is your favorite actress?

Galloway:           Rachel McAdams

MLL:                      If they made a movie about your life, who would play you?

Galloway:           I think Christian Bale could get the job done

MLL:                      If they made a movie about your team, who would play your coach?

Galloway:           Coach Soudan is a movie star in himself, but I think his speeches resemble that of player-coach Jackie Moon

MLL:                      Movie Face-Off – Which do you like better and why?

Eight Men Out vs Field of Dreams

Galloway:           Field of Dreams: same motto we are working on at Providence College "if we build it, they will come"