Seven Days In Utopia (2011)
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Supporting bits, like the saintly love interest played by Deborah Ann Woll, function more as archetypes than flesh-and-blood characters in a lively story.
Seven Days in Utopia, of course, like most sports movies with higher aspirations, tries to position itself as more than a sports movie. And lo and behold, it is -- sort of.
At least watching Black fish, paint and pilot an airplane is less boring than golf.
Russell's spoon-feeding of motivational nuggets turns to full-blown shoveling in the film's final minutes...
Like a cliche tent at the State Fair, with lessons in oil painting, fly-fishing and church to help us all find our center.
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Gotta love a movie that requires you to go to a website to find out how it ends. Seriously. "To continue the journey..." and then a website didhemaketheputt. Movie, you suck.
A terrible contemporary take on Happy Gilmore. The actor who plays the caddy is actually his dad. KJ Choi plays a 4-time Masters winner and goes by TK Oh (credits show Tae Kwon Oh). Robert Duvall is the mentor to a young Lucas Black.
Cast: Lucas Black, Robert Duvall, Melissa Leo, Deborah Ann Woll, Robert Bear, Brian Geraghty, Madison Burge, Jerry Ferrera, Sarah Jayne Jensen, Joseph Lyle Taylor, Josh Painting Director: Matt Russell Summary: Talent can only get you so far. For golfer Luke Chisholm, that turns out to be Utopia, Texas -- where he's left stranded after blowing his pro debut. Luckily for Luke, a cagey old rancher enters his life there to change it -- and him -- forever. My Thoughts: "I am not a fan of Golf, nor do I enjoy watching it at all, well unless it's in a film with actor's I enjoy watching. The movie really doesn't have much of the game in the film. The movie is more about Johnny helping Luke find himself, faith, and to teach him that a game does not define him. The movie has drama, comedy, and a bit of romance (not much). The movie has some great actor's in the film and that is what caught my eye. They all put in good performances. Not one I would watch again, but not one I regret seeing either."
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