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A classic among sports movies. For me, it’s right up there with Bull Durham.
This has to be in the top 3 best golf movies of all time on anyone's list.
Greatest golf movie of all time!
It has its moments that are funny. Im surprised how much I liked Cheech Marins character in this movie.
Very cliche, very boring.
One of Costner's more enjoyable performances. He is on fine form here and showcases his comedic chops to full effect. A pretty fun movie even if you could not care less about golf.
I was more than a bit surprised at how much I enjoyed this light and fun sports-rom-com. I wish the actual sports dramatics were better, which just inexplicable following the whims of the screenwriter instead of the characters reality, but there's still much to like. The dialogue is great, even with the constant golf puns and metaphors, which are delivered with such intention and self-awareness. Costner is in top form; cocky, likable, and disruptive, it's like a grown-up's version of Happy Gilmore.
'Tin Cup' has some entertaining moments, but for a Costner-Shelton collaboration it falls flat not only because of its ludicrous ending, but for taking what worked in 'Bull Durham' and trying to duplicate it to the point where it becomes cliché.
A really inspiring psychological quirky movies. Love it...you have to be able to understand the "Conquering" gene.
Fairytale, good ol' boy, rugged individual, movie making as a country song like only Kevin Costner can pull off.