Ha-ha-ha canonade of verbal comedy eruption, with so much nitwitty philosophical reflections on love and life, in art and sports. It starts as a road trip and ends in the courts, not the judge's but the tennis court, and to call this a sports movie will be an insult to the sport, and to call it a comedy is also an insult of comedians, and if you name it a romantic love story among the best, youre high on something.
I had one abrupt laugh in 98 minutes and that maybe cause im old and grumpy a man, it flows just at the average with nothing new or original, not nescessarily a low budget flick, but it makes you fatigued on daft and silly jokes, that mostly harrash the human race of irishmen, and the script and screenplay tailored for the two young main caracters in such away you feel like there are two standup comedians standing on each side of the court throwing words of love,wisdome agony and hate at one another. It tries to be intelectual but its not that funny but they are smooth like a criminal on their acts.
Shall i recommend this for the quirky libertarian theater skidder? No .
Comedy / Sport
Comedy / Sport
A 22 year old statistics whiz, Beek, sets out on a cross country road trip to New York City with the hopes of convincing one of the world's greatest tennis stars he can help her defeat her most challenging rival in the upcoming championship tournament. This road trip/romantic comedy follows his misadventures en route to and in the big city where Beek learns how to color outside the lines for the first time in his life.
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
October 30, 2021 at 03:01 AM