Longest post credit sequence ever!
Some moments actually rival The Room.
The question is can this really be forgiven 🤷♂️
A pleasant surprise!
I’m not sure if Sony Pictures Classics held this because of COVID and that’s why I never heard of it. It’s a shame that they did release this at fall film festivals first to generate buzz.
Rylance as a would-be golfer. Hawkins cheers him on as his wife. And their disco dancing twins add to the fun.
The story is based on a true story and doesn’t fall into the same ol’ same ol’ sports tropes.
The direction has straightforward but has flashes of inspiration from other directors here and there.
But all and all a film that will make you smile.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
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