Watch Welcome to Wrexham 2022– 123movies, Full TV Series Online – Docuseries chronicling the purchase and stewardship of Wrexham AFC, one of professional football’s oldest clubs, by two Hollywood actors, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney..
Plot: Documentary series tracking the dreams and worries of Wrexham, a working-class town in North Wales, UK, as two Hollywood stars (Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds) take ownership of the town’s historic yet struggling football club.
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This is a rare show. Interesting, funny, moving, authentic and above all heartfelt. It may surprise people to know this is much less about Reynolds and McElhenney and more about a community, a forgotten part of the UK, local characters and a football (soccer) set-up that is immensely likeable (when compared with the grossed-out British Premier League). That is not to say that Ryan Reynolds’ renowned wit doesn’t pepper the series, but it’s not the main course.
This could so easily have been a goofed-up Disney show full of scripted laughs, but it’s far from it. Instead we see the Hollywood stars build a genuine empathy and passion that infects an entire town. The real stars are in Wales and they won’t have previously have an IMBD back history. You should watch it.
When I was a little girl I loved soccer and loved Wrexham. As time went on my tastes changed and soccer wasn’t so important.
However, my interest was piqued when it was reported Wrexham AFC was bought by these two guys . However, my concern, on learning they were going to make it into a documentary, was it was going to be of interest to them only for that reason. I’m hoping I’m wrong.
So far I have loved this more than expected and I’m rooting for Wrexham again. There’s a little too much effing and jeffing for my taste as I would have liked to seen this being suitable for all ages. But, Rob seems very emotionally invested while Ryan does strike me as being a bit more of the business side of things and as a monetary investment for him.
Still, the best part its it is not being patronising or mean to the Welsh people, seeing the Welsh language featured so prominently is particularly pleasing. And best of all, it feels real and not staged.
I wonder if Ryan and Rob have looked into seeing if they have Welsh links on a personal level. Rob, in particular, as there are many Welsh links in Pennsylvania. Bryn Mawr is a welsh name and many West Walians went over and the towns of Narberth and Haverford(west) are in both Pembrokeshire and Pennsylvania.
Anyway, looking forward to the rest of the series.
Original Language en
Runtime 28 min
Genre Documentary, Sport
Actors Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, Phil Parkinson
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
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Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera Arri Alexa Mini LF
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