Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story (2004)

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Caught cheating and banned for ten years, Bobby Dukes, paintball's first superstar, returns to reclaim his title and erase the memory of his tainted past.

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30 March 2010 | fallen-misfunction
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| Boo-yahka, boo-yahka, "Blackballed" kicks ass.
As a paint ball player and avid comedy film-watcher, "Blackballed" appealed to me in ways that no other films have. I hadn't heard of it online or anything but I decided to rent it the moment I saw it on the shelf at my local video store. My money was wasted- I should have bought the DVD instead. This film was made with heart and intelligence. The acting was so good and the in-game scenes done so well that I couldn't help but think that I was in the film, and that Rob Corddy was a true paint ball legend. The attention to detail in this film is phenomenal. From the safety procedures shown in the film to the true game-play, I was stunned. Knocked flat. Like I'd taken three dozen paint balls to the skull simultaneously. The characters are alive and multi-faceted, the story is intense and deep, and it made me miss the sport. When the film ended, a tiny little tear went down my face, and I rocked myself to sleep in grief that there was no more.

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