Tennis, Anyone...? (2005)

Comedy, Sport


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Two mid level Hollywood losers attempt to find redemption, revenge and meaning in their lives through celebrity tennis tournaments.


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23 December 2008 | ballplayer270000
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| Tennis Anyone? Anyone??
Have you seen Tao of Steve? If you have, you would like Tennis anyone. Don't let the title fool you. There are a lot of good tennis scenes but this is more than a tennis movie. This movie is about two friends(one actor actor played by Donal Logue and the other one Tennis instructor who teaches Hollywood producers and directors played by Kirk Fox), their lives and figuring out themselves and lives. Donal Logue did great job both writing and acting in this independent small budget film. Just because of this movie is independent film, actors in this film were not holding back, and that makes this movie very funny and unique in many levels. Donal Logue has not had major break through with major studio film just yet, but he seems enjoy doing his own things by incorporating his talents (writing and acting) into independent films where he seems comfortable and successful. I really like the film. It seems very real (as plot, deep development of characters) and has a heart. It got me thinking that "is it based on Donal Logue and Kirk Fox's real life??" After all, I totally saw that his tennis skills were improved through the film. Finally, Donal Logue is quite a good tennis player! It is coming from me, a tennis instructor,. ;) For the conclusion, I later found out that Donal Logue and Kirk Fox actually met on the shooting of Mel Gibson's epic film Patriots from special features of this DVD. So this turned out be based on real friendship among them. "Cool!!!"

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