The Greatest Game Ever Played
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The Game is on Blu-ray disc: Now you can experience Walt Disney Pictures crowd-pleasing underdog epic in the stunning clarity and up-close-and-personal magic of high definition. Shia LaBeouf (Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, Transformers) stars as amateur golfer Francis Ouimet. Armed with nothing but talent, the working-class youth has a seemingly impossible dream: to compete against the world s greatest player, his idol Harry Vardon. Soon, with the help of his spunky, 10-year-old caddy Eddie, Francis boldly breaks down all barriers with a thrilling display of unrivaled drive, skill and heart and challenges the golf pro for the U.S. Open Championship! You ll feel the breathless anticipation of the crowd and practically smell the grass on the green as you immerse yourself in the action. Based on an inspirational true story, The Greatest Game Ever Played is an adventure in courage that will entertain your whole family as never before in Blu-rayTM high definition.
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I really enjoyed watching it at work and enjoyed it just as much seeing it at home. I love true story movies and this one didn't disappoint. It taught me a little about British history. Which was nice to see for some part but reminding me how stuck up a nation we are/were was not so fun, haha!. The same was portrayed about the Americans though so it was all square in the end.
I like Shia LeBeouf and first saw him in Holes through the same job. He handles the role in The Greatest Game Ever Played very well up against older seasoned actors and actors from a whole different country and culture too.
If you want a feel good film with a difference then take a swing at this. Keep an eye for his Caddy too. Wonderful little actor.
Great film, great acting and excellent picture and sound quality makes this an easy review.
As others have said it is a great Disney family movie that also happens to be about an iconic milestone in golf, the 1913 US Open and the people involved. Hollywoodness aside, it is a great golf film too, one that belongs in every golfer's movie collection.