A satisfying blend of vintage comedy, western, romance, and musical elements, all combined to make one heck of a good tall tale.
This low-key, charming, and unique film is the perfect reminder that we should all live in the moment and stop worrying so much about our future.
The story is one of insecurity, veracity, and vulnerability, a little movie with a natural sincerity that you won’t find in huge studio films.
Sometimes a film can be a mess story-wise but is so well made and has something so interesting to say that it would be a crime not to applaud the effort.
I hated everything about this movie. It didn’t even make me chuckle. Ultimately, this whole thing just feels pointless — except for its front-runner status for worst movie of the year.
A run-of-the-mill sports story that feels more like an extended ad for the WWE than the warm-hearted project it strives to be.