The best 7 year old golfers from around the world descend on the world famous Pinehurst Golf course in North Carolina to determine the next world champion and who might become golf's next ... See full summary »
The year is 1956. American philosophy student Michael is traveling en route to India when he decides to stop at Links of Burningbush in Scotland for one last round of golf before giving up the game for good.
Eight friends in Los Angeles spend their last evening together as they face graduation from high school and the onset of their adult lives. One of them gets in unexpected trouble when he ... See full summary »
When his wife goes into a troubled labor while he is on the road over 1200 miles away James Kowalski, an ex race car driver and a former Army Ranger, attempts to elude police while trying ... See full summary »
Charles Robert Carner
I usually don't review tv movies because they usually aren't worthwhile. This film is no exception, but I had to throw in my two cents because of maybe the worst actor I've ever seen. Unfortunately, for Showtime (the makers of the film), it wasn't a supporting actor, but their lead. Khalil Kain, the guy who plays Tiger, is abysmal. Stiff line readings, emotionless, totally unlikable. Hardly bore resemblance as well. These aspects just cause the viewer to be distracted by making comments to others in the room (or to themselves) about how lousy the casting director is. As far as the film, it's by the numbers familiararity, and ends just when Woods was getting rolling in life! One of those flicks you recommend to people because it's so entertaining on a bad level.
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