The third movie in the The Mighty Ducks trilogy lives up to all of the standards set by the first two movies. It is fast-paced and exciting. But you can predict every move through the whole movie. The Ducks are given a full scholarship to a private school called Eden Hall Academy. Almost immediately, the varsity hockey team takes a disliking to the Ducks. They torture and bully all the team members, except for Adam Banks, because he had made varsity. The Ducks retaliate, causing some pretty funny and unusual scenes. The team does not finish the movie with their regular coach, Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez). They have a new coach who has been the freshman hockey coach for awhile. Coach O’Ryan does not believe that they should fool around and have as much fun as they usually have in practice. But toward the end of the movie, he loosens up a little bit. But, as I said before, the movie is too predictable. Without even seeing the movie, you could probably plot out the whole main idea of the movie. But it is exciting, and I think almost everyone would like it.