#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Roy ‘Tin cup’ McAvoy, a failed pro golfer who lives at the run-down driving range which he manages with his sidekick and caddy Romeo in the West Texas tin pot town of Salome, ends up signing over ownership to a madam of ‘show girls’ to pay off debts. His foxy novice golf pupil, female psychiatrist Dr. Molly Griswold, turns out to be the new girlfriend of McAvoy’s sarcastic one-time college golf partner, slick PGA superstar David Simms, who drops by to play into Roy’s fatal flaw: the inability to resist a dare, all too often causing him to lose against lesser players, in this case gambling away his car. Falling for Molly, Roy decides to become her patient; in order to earn her respect, he decides to try to qualify for the US Open, after starting off as Simm’s caddy ‘for the benefit of his experience’. His talent proves more then adequate, but over-confident negligence of risks, while pleasing the crowds, is murder on his scores, while Simms spits on the fans but never wastes a point…
Plot: A washed up golf pro working at a driving range tries to qualify for the US Open in order to win the heart of his succesful rival’s girlfriend.
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Nice sports-rom-com that works thanks to the chemistry between Costner and Russo (and generally she’s great against any male lead) and there are some good sports moments, even if it is golf. A bit on the lengthy side at over two hours but still an entertaining enough flick. **3.5/5**
Sex and golf are the two things you can enjoy even if you’re not good at them.
Directed by Ron Shelton and starring Kevin Costner, Rene Russo and Don Johnson, Tin Cup is the golf rom-com sports movie that even none golf fans (me) can enjoy. Costner is a washed up ex pro golfer who upon happening upon Russo’s – eager to please her golfer boyfriend (Johnson) – psychiatrist, finds a new lease of life for the sport and for potential romance. But first he has to deal with the cocky nemesis that is Johnson’s star laden showy golfer.
The sports based movie is a tough nut to crack, the margins for narrative worth are thin, there’s only so much one can take such a genre to. Here we have one of the staples of said genre, that of a washed up sportsman getting a second shot at glory. It really should have been a bore to rival that of the sport in reality (sorry golfers, I just don’t get it), yet Shelton, backed by superb lead actors, creates a thoroughly charming, exciting and thoughtful sports rom-com.
The characterisations are white hot, people you can easily root for, or in the case of Johnson’s David Simms, boo and hiss at. It is testament to the director and writers (Shelton and John Norville) that these characters manage to rise above stereotype status, and crucially they are given sharp dialogue to spout. The sport of golf isn’t the crux of the matter here, it really is the characters and how they adapt to the changing of basic human emotions that drives this pic forward.
Some famous golfers of the time make appearances, rewardingly so, while the always ace Cheech Marin gets a part he can nail with aplomb. You haven’t got to love golf or sports movies in general for this one, it really is just a crowd pleasing delight. 8/10
Just an awesome film
If somebody watches Tin Cup and does not find this movie a “must-see”, it might be either because you don’t know golf, or because you take life too easy. This film is nothing but irresistible. It combines those tiny-little-moments that we golfers must face every time we are in the golf course (yes, we may not be facing the US Open title, but golf gives us a chance to know ourselves every time we hit the ball: Do I play safe or do I take chances? Am I a winner, or am I a loser? Do I have nerves, or do I simply breakdown?). Tin Cup goes insight all of that, and it shows it to us, in such a simple form through the eyes and life of Roy McAvoy and his buddies, that at the end you find yourself with nothing but the urge to rent it again. Forget for a while about the romance and the girl, if so you want, but don’t deny that the songs, the views, and the dialogue are superb. See it as a great sport movie, with a clear lesson to all of us: In life as in Golf, it is you who make that final call. A good call means success; a bad one, well I guess you know where the rest goes.
Perhaps one of the best golf films of all time.
The film is every amateur golfer dream.The best serious golf movie in my mind. As far as comedy golf films, Happy Gilmore and Caddyshack were fun, but Tin Cup played out the dream of contending at the US Open and letting it all hang out! I personally am not a huge Kevin Costner fan, however having said that a number of his films seem to be on my top ten list of favourite films. Untouchables, Tip Cup, Field of Dreams are all awesome films. I gotta say I do respect him. He chooses his films well.
Personally I like the ending of the film. A man facing his demons and confronting them head on, even with all odds being against him. I loved this film.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 15 min (135 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance, Sport
Director Ron Shelton
Writer John Norville, Ron Shelton
Actors Kevin Costner, Rene Russo, Don Johnson, Cheech Marin
Awards Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 3 nominations.
Production Company Regency Enterprises, Warner Bros.
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length 3,773 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm