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  • Actors: Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, Jeffrey Tambor, Bobby Cannavale, Burt Young
  • Directors: Thomas McCarthy
  • Writers: Thomas McCarthy, Joe Tiboni
  • Producers: Erica Tuchman, Jacqueline Brogan, Lisa Maria Falcone, Lori Keith Douglas, Mary Jane Skalski
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Fox Searchlight
  • DVD Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0057LOEGS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,815 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Win Win" on IMDb

Special Features

Deleted Scenes
Tom McCarthy and Joe Tiboni discuss Win Win
David Thompson at Sundance 2011
Alex Shafer at Sundance 2011
In Conversation with Tom McCarthy and Paul Giamatti at Sundance 2011
Family
Tom McCarthy
Wrestling
Amy Ryan
Fox Movie Channel Presents: Direct Effect Tom McCarthy
"Think You Can Wait" Music Video by The National
Theatrical Trailer

Editorial Reviews

Academy Award nominee Paul Giamatti* stars as a lovable yet long-suffering lawyer and high-school wrestling coach who takes us on a brilliantly heartfelt journey through the game of life...where you can't lose 'em all. When Mike Flaherty (Giamatti) comes across a teenage runaway who also happens to be a be a champion wrestler, Mike’s luck turns around in spectacular fashion. But his win-win situation soon becomes more complicated than he ever imagined when the boy’s family affairs come into play. Co-starring Oscar nominee Amy Ryan* and directed by Oscar®-Nominee Tom McCarthy**, this touching and funny comedy will leave you cheering.

Customer Reviews

Overall, a very, very good movie with great acting and heart.
Tony Heck
Too few films deal with the sanctity of the family and the manner in which true family relationships can improve society at large.
Grady Harp
Good movie, great life lesson on how hard it can be to do what you know is right.
Ron Leidholt

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Miles D. Moore TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 1, 2011
Thomas McCarthy's previous films, "The Station Agent" and "The Visitor," were about sad, dispirited people finding love, hope and human connection where they least expected it. "Win Win," McCarthy's latest film, is another funny, touching film in the same vein, and one that promises to bring McCarthy a larger audience.

Mike Flaherty (Paul Giamatti) is a small-town New Jersey lawyer and high-school wrestling coach with a loving wife (Amy Ryan), two adorable small daughters, and a rapidly failing law practice. Desperate to make ends meet, he finagles his way into becoming the court-appointed guardian of one of his clients--Leo Poplar (Burt Young), an old man in the beginning stages of Alzheimer's--and pockets the $1,500-per-month guardian fee. However, Mike didn't count on the sudden appearance of Kyle Timmons (Alex Shaffer), the teenage son of Cindy (Melanie Lynskey) Leo's long-estranged junkie daughter. A sullen, bleach-blond kid, Kyle is a troublesome guest in the Flaherty household until the day Mike brings Kyle along to wrestling practice. Kyle turns out to be a wrestling whiz, and Mike suddenly has dreams of taking his team to the state championship. But soon Cindy shows up, sending Kyle into violent rebellion and threatening Mike's sweet deal with the court.

Never quite taking the audience where it expects to go, "Win Win" is a quirky and beguiling film about the growing bond between Mike and Kyle, how that bond is threatened, and what Mike is willing to do to preserve it. The cast could not be bettered. Giamatti, Ryan, Young and Lynskey are all superb, as are Jeffrey Tambor as Mike's fussbudget assistant coach and Bobby Cannavale as Mike's newly divorced buddy.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 24, 2011
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Tom McCarthy is a young gifted artist - actor, writer, director - who has gifted us in the past with such memorable small films as writer/director of 'The Visitor', 'The Station Agent', and as writer for 'Up'. He deals with simple people encountering complex problems and shows us how cooperative relationships make life OK. McCarthy both wrote (with Joe Tiboni) and directed WIN WIN and if there were two words that would best describe this film the title supplies them. It is real, touching without becoming saccharine, and populated by a cast of some very fine actors who deliver a very human story.

Mike Flaherty (Paul Giamatti) is a sown on his luck lawyer in poor economic times who deals with elderly people as clients. His loyal wife Jackie (Amy Ryan) keeps their small house in Providence, New Jersey (McCarthy's home town, by the way) in order, managing their two daughters, the funky Abby (Clare Foley) and Stella (Penelope Kindred), in tow. One of Mike's clients Leo Poplar (Burt Young) is entering early senility and the court wants him placed in a home. Discovering that Leo pays good money for a guardian Mike accepts guardianship but moves Leo into a rest home, keeping his house locked up. Mike discovers a young 16 year old kid on Leo's doorstep and learns that the lad is Kyle (Alex Schaffer), Leo's grandson form Ohio who has run away from home because his mother (Melanie Lynskey) is in rehab and Kyle has escaped the abuse of her boyfriend. Kyle is taken in to the Flaherty family (tough Jackie melts and insists they support him). What Mike discovers is that Kyle is a Wrestling Champion and Mike happens to coach the high school wrestling team with his law partner Stephen Vigman (Jeffrey Tambor) and Mike's buddy Terry Delfino (Bobby Cannavale).
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29 of 38 people found the following review helpful By D. Barbour on June 29, 2011
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Paul Giamatti is probably the smartest actor in Hollywood. From "Sideways" to "Barney's Version", he chooses (mostly) very good roles that rely simply on smart acting and writing. "Win Win" is one of my favorite movies in a while, as it evokes the small town joy of "The Station Agent" with an original story that is accessible to all audiences. Having seen it twice in theaters, I look forward to owning it on Blu-Ray upon release. It's worth every penny. If the people giving awards at the end of the year forget this movie, they are to be shamed - Giamatti, Amy Ryan, and everyone else involved did something special here, and you really should watch it.
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"The odds of this kid ending up on your doorstep...it's a sign." Mike Flaherty's (Giamatti) law practice is failing. Running out of money he decides to risk his practice by agreeing to become the guardian of a wealthy client. When the clients grandson shows up to stay with him Mike takes him in and is amazed at his wrestling skills. When his mom shows up the entire plan, and family, is thrown into turmoil. This movie is very, very good. The acting is excellent (with Giamatti that's kind of a given) and the writing is great. The movie follows Mike and the decisions he makes that effect more then just him or his family. Much like the movie "Gone Baby Gone" it deals with the scenario of if a kid is better living with a stranger then his own family. At the same time this movie is very funny, moving and thought provoking and is a great choice to rent for the night. The biggest problem that this movie has is that the family turmoil that is in this movie is overshadowed by "The Beaver" and the awesomeness of that movie. Overall, a very, very good movie with great acting and heart. This movie will not dissapoint.

Would I watch again? - I think I would.

*Also try - Little Miss Sunshine & The Winning Season
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