Written May 26, 2016
I thought it was better then many I've seen
Written May 26, 2015
This movie could have been really funny but definitely missed the goal. Gerard Butler makes a good retired soccer player and Catherine & Uma looked good. I am not sure if they could have made Jessica Biel look any more plan in this movie. But she still shined through.
Written December 09, 2012
Took a couple girl friends out to see what I thought would be a great chick flick. Very disappointed in the movie. Story line was all over the place, characters that just took up space in the movie that really had no good meaning to it. Dennis Quaid's character should have been a more supporting role than an obsessive hypocritical cheating husband. The main character was not even committed to his on own objective, to win his ex wife back. Sleeping with two different soccer moms while in pursuit of his ex-wife does not in my opinion work well with the women audience.
Written July 13, 2013
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Written May 04, 2016
A heart-warming story of a man who grows up right under his son's nose. Famous Scottish soccer player, George Dryer, is broke after his career takes a downturn. He returns to the States to be a father to his 10 year old son who he has parented in a few years. His ex is getting ready to remarry and he makes very good impressions on the moms and dads at his son's soccer practice; so much so that he becomes the coach.
Without spoiling the ending, you will enjoy a view of a father and son relationship blossoming.
Gerard Butler is his usual charming and handsome self and woman and men both will drool of his good looks and physique.