If you want to know more about where to watch and stream Brink! online, we got you covered. A contemporary adaptation of the 1865 novel Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates by Mary Mapes Dodge, the 1998 family sports drama film tells the story of Andy “Brink” Brinker, an in-line skater who reluctantly joins a semi-professional group to help out his struggling family. In case you wondering what happens next, go and find out on the streaming platform mentioned below.
Here’s where you can watch Brink! online.
Where can you watch and stream Brink!?
You can watch and stream Brink! on Disney Plus.
Greg Beeman directed the film, and Jeff Schechter developed the screenplay from Dodge’s book.
The cast includes Erik von Detten as Andy Brinker, Sam Horrigan as Val Horrigan, Christina Vidal as Gabriella Dellama, Robin Riker as Maddie, Geoffrey Blake as Jimmy, Patrick Levis as Peter Calhoun, Joey Simmrin as Arne “Worm,” Asher Gold as Jordy Walter, Emanuel Jones as “Boomer,” Katie Volding as Kate, David Graf as Ralph, Kevin Clifford as Garbage Man, Peter “Ballpark Franks” Julius as The Ghost of Questions, and more.
How to watch Brink! and stream online
The viewers are required to sign up for Disney Plus subscription plans to watch and stream the film online.
The Disney Plus basic subscription (with ADs) costs $7.99 a month, while the premium (no ADs) costs $13.99 a month. The viewers can also opt for Disney Bundles. The Duo Basic Bundle (Disney Plus and Hulu, with ADs) costs $9.99 a month, while the Trio Basic (Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus, with ADs) costs $12.99 a month. The Trio Premium (Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus, with no ADs on Disney Plus and Hulu) costs $19.99. The viewers can also rent the film on Amazon Prime Video for $3.33 or buy it on Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and YouTube Movies for $5.99.
The official synopsis for Brink! reads:
“Andy “Brink” Brinker is the leader of a group of inline skaters who disapprove of corporate sponsorship, believing that skating should be done for fun rather than profit. But when Brink’s family starts having financial problems, he’s forced to compromise his principles and join a sponsored team led by the arrogant Val. Not knowing his motivation, Brink’s friends are stunned by the decision and collectively shun him until the truth comes out.”
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