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Tin CupRoy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) was a golf pro with a bright future, but his rebellious nature and bad attitude cost him everything. He then tries to qualify for the US Open in order to win the heart of his succesful rival's girlfriend.
Actors of "Tin Cup"
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Directors of "Tin Cup"Ron SheltonBirthdate: 15 September 1945, Whittier, California, USA
Creators of "Tin Cup"John NorvilleRon SheltonBirthdate: 15 September 1945, Whittier, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Tin Cup"TIME MagazineAugust 05, 2008
As he always does in comedy, Costner grants an irresistible gleam of gallantry to male mulishness.Washington PostAugust 05, 2008
Tin Cup works for viewers of any handicap.Entertainment WeeklyAugust 05, 2008
The climactic game, in which Roy, in a way that defies prediction, attempts to sink the shot of his life, is the most rousing sequence of the year, a celebration of what it really means to win.VarietyAugust 05, 2008
Amiable and constantly amusing rather than uproarious, this mangy tale of a ne'er-do-well's fitful assault on personal and professional respectability benefits greatly from Kevin Costner's ingratiatingly comic star turn.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Costner hasn't been this charming and spontaneous for years.San Francisco ChronicleJune 18, 2002
Tin Cup, starring Kevin Costner as a likable loser, accomplishes the impossible, maybe the unimaginable -- it makes golf entertaining.Film4August 05, 2008
The dialogue and characters are convincing and intelligently developed. Russo wears vulnerability and neediness like a second skin, while Costner plays the tragic hero with considerable charm.TV GuideAugust 05, 2008
You can almost feel writer-director Ron Shelton praying for lightning to strike twice, but to no avail.Fantastica DailyOctober 08, 2005
What makes Tin Cup such an unabashed pleasure is Shelton's care in writing and developing interesting characters.Capital Times (Madison, WI)September 29, 2005
Shelton resurrects the likable Costner of "Bull Durham" in this genial golf comedy.Reeling ReviewsApril 09, 2005
Lose about 30 minutes and there may be a stronger film in there.TheMovieReport.comDecember 10, 2004
All the golf action and happy "feel-good" emotions that audiences expect (and want) but... without following the traditional sports movie conventions.
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