The Short Game

The Short Game

Each year, the world’s best 7 year-old golfers descend on Pinehurst, North Carolina to compete in the World Championships of Junior Golf. The Short Game follows eight of these very young athletes on their quest to become the sport’s next phenom.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boy,   three word title,   golf,  

The best 7 year old golfers from around the world descend on the world famous Pinehurst Golf course in North Carolina to determine the next world champion and who might become golf's next ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Short Game torrent reviews

Millo T (jp) wrote: Although it is a good issue to talk about, it didnt offer much new for my previous knowledge about the disease and what happens to the patients. More good intentions than a great discovery. So, recommended if you want to know more about Alzheimer disease because you dont already know much.

Jack P (de) wrote: A typical grindhouse exploitation film, hobo with a shotgun does exactly what it says on the tin and delivers. Originally a fake trailer to go with the tarantino/rodriguez grindhouse feature. This film has typical over the top gore, minimal storyline and no limit. A great film to pass a spare 90 minutes, damn right entertaining and typically cult based.

Ella J (ca) wrote: I have seen this film and I see it's getting mixed reviews which I can't understand because I loved it! Maybe people are put off by subtitles? It was fantastically acted, gripping and unexpected. I really liked Ludivine Saignier as the lead, of course, Kristin Scott Thomas was fabulous, she always is. Very stylish.

Tom B (fr) wrote: A unique, artistic film telling the tale of a Romanian rape victim who seeks revenge 10 years later. It is more poignant than graphic and so is slow, relatively uneventful and depressingly cold. As a folk tale and pretty piece of film festival work it is impressive in it's originality, but as an entertaining tale it is too slow, action lacking and arty to make it anything but a non-thrilling thriller drama. The promise and idea was great but the delivery somewhat unable to live up to the countryside it sits in

Riff J (de) wrote: Not as good as the 1st one, but that doesn't mean much considering how great the 1st one was. Rise of an Empire still had it's flair and excitement, and the cinematography continues to be above average. If you can go into into expecting the same style of movie as the 1st, but without the expectations of matching that one, you'll do just fine and appreciate this quality movie.

Jennifer S (fr) wrote: The best way to describe this movie would to say it is a little like Kung Fu Hustle combined with any upbeat modern Bollywood film: colorful, crazy, cartoonish but at the same time wildly entrancing and wonderful. I was kept on my toes throughout the whole of the movie. My worries about being confused about the plot were unfounded. Straightaway we know that Sidhu is a typical Kung-Fu Panda type hero, someone to be the "chosen one," who is destined for much more than being a simple cook. Of course he learns in the end that the way to truly beat the enemy is to go with what you know, namely, imagine the enemy to be a giant potato and pretend to slice him up as a cook would. Is being a cook the sign of good deeds, hard work and humility? I guess so ~ but this is a kung-fu movie after all, with an interesting cross of Indian and Chinese cultures that of course would never be in any North American movie that I'd readily find in even the King County library system. Indianness, of course, was prized in this movie over the Chineseness... note the way Meow Meow and Sakhi are half Chinese and half Indian. Meow Meow is the "bad" sister, always wearing an impressive array of black, with makeup that really made her look more Chinese. Sakhi, of course, was the "good" sister - the Indian looking one, who always wore light, flowery colors and really couldn't defend herself in any way besides the little gadgets that she employed as Miss TSA (a celebrity figure who apparently peddled mini-translators, bulletproof umbrellas and mind/movement control devices on 2 AM infomercials). I admit, those gadgets were cool. And the scene where she saves Sidhu while floating amidst city lights with the umbrella was wickedly awesome. Both sisters were wickedly awesome in my eyes. They were just very different, and sided with different ideals/cultures. I wish I could read more into the way India feels about China other than the blatant kung-fu movie emotions that were there, but I don't know enough about international relations to go all deep-emo interpretive on this audience. So be grateful. At the beginning of this movie, some parts were so outlandish and cartoony that I could not help but stare in disbelief. At times it was like an animated cartoon - sailing in the air from a kick to the pants, bouncing on the ground as if made of rubber, etc etc. I got used it quickly and quickly realized as well that this movie does not take itself seriously. Sidhu is quite the goof, but also very extremely kind hearted and genuine... and quite pleasant to look at (although a bit old for me, no doubt!) And the way he cringed and looked terrified of Sakhi just after she mysteriously showed up on top of him trying to explain the trouble she was in was obnoxiously cute. God knows why she wouldn't just sit next to him and poke his shoulder to wake him up if she wanted him to calmly listen to her, but whatever. Scenes like this made me grin from ear to ear. I am glad to have also found the CD soundtrack to this at the Crossroads library. I could get used to music like this, although the translation of the lyrics sound stilted in English. The "Work hard and you will succeed!" or some such inspiring cubicle poster phrases throughout the choruses of the songs sounded like traditional folk tale moral teachings to me, but they were sung with such rhyme and happiness that I didn't care so much. I am very glad that I did not pass this movie up. As one of the other reviewers said on here, you either love this movie wholeheartedly or not at all. I totally went with it.

Inga H (ag) wrote: Great concept and beautiful to watch but it feels a bit empty, teenagers wasting their opportunities, and a disappointing end.

Guye J (ca) wrote: I really did not like this 1988 Howling 4 movie because director John Hough was trying to mimic the first Howling movie which it did not come close at all. I guess that is why he called it the ORIGINAL NIGHTMARE! SMH Also, there was only one werewolf which was the king wolf and the rest was normal looking wolves which was shown almost towards the end of the movie. Majority of the movie was dialog. You do not see any transformation like the first Howling. I notice the more Howling movies that was made, the less you see the werewolf!

Katie R (ru) wrote: Employees' Entrance is a delicious pre-code. It has a bit of an ensemble cast who, with the exception of Loretta Young, are all underappreciated today, and to a lesser extent then. Warren William owns the movie as the sleazy, immoral, and downright rotten (but in the most entertaining way possible) manager at a popular department store.

stefn birgir s (de) wrote: A fun anthology - the first story is the best with a cameo by mr. Wes Craven.

Jacob B (de) wrote: While it has some great visual effects and the cast puts on decent performances, this tech-savvy E.T.-Goonies crossover depends on how sick or dizzy one gets when watching found-footage movies. Sure to please younger audiences however.

Audrey C (mx) wrote: I really liked this. It has a lot of human interest but a ton of action.

Robert L (es) wrote: Got to be one of the worst films every made.