Blue-collar Francis Ouimet fights class prejudice while mastering golf, a game guarded by the upper crust. Soon, with the help of his spunky 10-year-old caddy Eddie, Francis boldly breaks down all barriers with a thrilling display of unrivaled drive, skill, and heart, and challenges the golf pro for the U.S. Open Championship! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mandy D (ca) wrote: Creo que la historia daba para un poquito ms.
Christine W (ru) wrote: Didn't know much about 'The Germs' and i always love a real life story. Sad how it all ends..though.
Carol H (gb) wrote: Not my type of movie. I just feel like most teen films are exactly the same; you've seen one, you've seen them all.
Rebecca H (nl) wrote: The amount of incompetence that has gone into this film is actually impressive. The premise, the script, the acting, the directing, the casting, the camera work, the set, the special effects, the editing; everything is terrible. This film could only have come into existence due to Hollywood allowing the guild of village idiots to finally make that film they've been on about... A kid is lonely because his dad is a jerk (world's worst father alert - it is just ridiculous - and he is never satisfactorily redeemed), and befriends Casper the friendly ghost, who in this prequel to what was not a great first film, has only just become a ghost. Considering Casper didn't find out his past until the first film, expect no depth here - no, here, being dead is cool, not a tragedy. However, Casper isn't very important to the plot, in fact he seems to have been shoved in at a later date. All the ghost stuff could easily be cut without affecting the film, since it is so rarely focused on. It is mostly about a man wanting to knock down an old building (why are cheap kids' films always about building development?) and his neglected son (the ugliest child in the world). The 'plot' developments have no set up and are startlingly fast, and yet the film drags on seeminglly forever. This film is so bad, even the extras can't act. I can't bear it. Don't harm yourself. Please, please, I beg you. It's a g-g-g-god awful film.
MacKenna (it) wrote: I love it. Not true to the myth, but better than previous ones. And Paul Telfer is the sexiest Hecules.
Greg W (kr) wrote: creeky mess a waste of good talent
Christian S (kr) wrote: une histoire de mariage arrang dont la marie n,est pas respecte.
Tyson P (nl) wrote: hell yah, good shit, raw as it gets~!
Grant S (us) wrote: A bit of a departure for Woody Allen, and it's a great one.A young, working-class coach at a prestigious tennis club, Chris Wilton (played by Jonathan Rhys Myers), forms a relationship with Chloe Hewett (Emily Mortimer), the sister of Tom Hewett (Matthew Goode), one of the members at the club. The Hewetts are very wealthy - their father owns a large company - and the relationship with Chloe should be Chris' ticket to the easy life. However, he meets Tom's American fiance, Nola Rice (Scarlett Johansson), and is immediately smitten. Due to Nola being engaged to Tom, nothing really happens and Chris marries Chloe. Then Tom and Nola break off their engagement and Chris starts a relationship with Nola, with disastrous consequences...A rare murder-drama from Woody Allen. His first of the genre and certainly his darkest movie. Quite a departure for him: while most renowned as a comedy writer-director, even his dramas of the past had a lightness to them. This is nothing like anything he has made before, or since, and is fantastic.Great plot. A slow-burner that starts as a harmless relationship drama and gets darker and deadlier the further it goes. This is not to say that it is dull to start off: even before it ramps up it is a great character study.Some excellent twists towards the end with a superb ending. Quite profound too.Solid performances all round. Nobody puts a foot wrong. Emily Mortimer is a tad irritating as the mousy, clingy Chloe, but that is probably intentional on Woody Allen's part.