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Win Win


Rated R for language.

R In Theaters 03/25/2011 , 106min.
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Critic score based on 34 reviews

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September 04, 2012
the actors really brought their charectors to life!
May 26, 2011
This was a real surprise, I really enjoyed this movie. Hard to believe that the theaters are dropping this movie, and keep playing some of the other crap out there.
May 13, 2011
What a delightful little movie this was. I enjoyed it very much. The entire cast was fantastic. This is what you call a SLEEPER. I hope word of mouth gets this file a larger audience.
April 30, 2011
Tthe wrong actors for the parts. The age of the actors did not fit there rolls. I was very dissappointed with the movie.
April 29, 2011
Thought I had these rating sites figured out. Thought this would be an acceptable movie. Lose, lose. Who would like this movie? There was nothing that made you like the wrestler except he visited and sat there with his grandfather. Poor acting all around except for his mom. Wrestling his only star quality. Once more America idolizes the athlete for no apparent reason. Don't bother

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A disappointing domestic comedy in which all but the audience get what they want. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Win Win goes a bit soft in places, protecting its characters from serious danger or tough moral reckoning. But the film's niceness is also central to its appeal, because nearly all of the characters are people you enjoy spending time with. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
The effect is an endearing and plainspoken clarity that stops just short of naturalism; the people in his movies don't seem real, exactly, but we end up caring about them as though they were. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
In spirit, and sheer joie de vivre, it's everything the movie business should aspire to. Win Win exemplifies movies the way they oughtta be. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
The story feels believable as a witty chronicle of human behavior, in contrast with the self-consciously satirical style of some indie films and the far-fetched heroics of big studio fare. Full Review

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