The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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A smart, gripping and enormously enjoyable parable.
Has much more to do with politics and personality than it does with hitting a ball over a net.
As fascinating as it is to relive, James Erskine's documentary struggles to make the episode a metaphor for sexism in society - an issue too big to be boiled down to one gender-politics sideshow.
Anyone watching Wimbledon will only have their enjoyment of the game enhanced by this vibrant history lesson. Game, set and match.
A witty, inspiring documentary that charts Billie Jean King's drive to put women's tennis on the map.
It is a great story, deftly told and a wonderful testament to what an inspirational figure Billie Jean King has been.
A lot of the material is reused, and the timeline of events overlaps with itself on a number of occasions, which smacks of a dearth of material for a film which barely runs to 80 minutes.
A fascinating excavation of a crossover sports/pop culture moment from the early 70s - the novelty tennis match between Billie Jean King and 55-year-old Bobby Riggs.
A hugely entertaining documentary that tells a colourful, fascinating story and makes a series of resonant points about equal rights.
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