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Borg McEnroe

Borg McEnroe is a movie starring Sverrir Gudnason, Shia LaBeouf, and Stellan Skarsgård. The story of the 1980 tennis rivalry between the placid Björn Borg and the volatile John McEnroe.

Other Titles
Borg vs. McEnroe: Înfruntarea secolului, Borg vs McEnroe, ボルグ/マッケンロー 氷の男と炎の男, Borg McEnroe: La Película, Borg/McEnroe. Miedzy odwaga a szalenstwem, Björn Borg ja McEnroe, Borg vs. McEnroe, Borg/McEnroe, La película, Bjērns Borgs un Makinrojs, Borg McEnroe: La película, Bjornas Borgas prieš Makenroju, Borg/McEnroe: La Película, Borg, Borg McEnroe - Duell zweier Gladiatoren, Borg/McEnroe
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Drama, Sport
Director
Janus Metz
Writer
Ronnie Sandahl
Actors
Stellan Skarsgård, Sverrir Gudnason, Tuva Novotny, Shia LaBeouf
Country
Denmark, Finland, Sweden
Year
2017
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

It is the 1980 Wimbledon tennis championship. Bjorn Borg is the number 1 tennis player in the world and the undisputed king of Wimbledon. He has won the tournament four times in a row - a fifth consecutive time would be a world first. However, a new face has appeared in the tennis world and presents a serious threat to Borg's title hopes - John McEnroe.

Comments about biography «Borg McEnroe» (14)

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Donald

I am a die-hard boxing fan, and a huge fan of boxing films. I have seen all of the great boxing films, and this is my favorite. The story line is so good, you don't even have to think about it. The acting is great, the story line is great, and the fight scenes are great. The only thing I don't like is the score. I think the score should have been more like the music in "The Godfather." It's just a little too loud and not what it should be. But I like the music anyway, and I love the music in this film. This is the best boxing film I have ever seen, and I have seen some of the best boxing films. If you haven't seen this film, I would definitely recommend it.

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Heather H.

I'm a big fan of sports movies. This is the best sports movie I have ever seen. It is a great story, with great acting and great directing. I think this movie is underrated and the critics should be ashamed of themselves. It deserves all the awards and accolades it has received. I also think that the director should be recognized for this movie. The actors were great and the director made this movie a great story. I hope to see more movies like this one in the future.

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Mildred H.

Clem's film is set in 1986, at the time of the American football championship game between Penn State and Syracuse. The film's setting is the modern-day apartment complex where Dr. Clement K. Arrowood (Borg) lives with his wife Diane (Kathy Baker), his son William (Tyler Ripp) and daughter Maria (Molly O'Hara). Curtis Bostic plays Dr. Bowood, a man with a checkered past and a very high blood pressure, whom only treats his patients well enough to maintain their profession. At the time of the game, the Nittany Lions are in the midst of a long season in which they are playing in the Sugar Bowl, one of the toughest conferences in the country. Their season is one of dominance and collapse. The Ravens have beaten Penn State in the regular season five times, and the Nittany Lions have never lost to the Nittany Lions. Leonard Cohen is interviewed on camera about the two sides of the rivalry. The documentary begins with a stunning scene of a game where Penn State is trouncing the Nittany Lions. The Nittany Lions win the game with a touchdown drive of their own, then proceed to lose to the Nittany Lions in the Sugar Bowl. Curtis Bostic is at the helm of the documentary, and has given us a look at a life of a controversial figure. The film's style is clear and coherent. The documentary's style is logical and functional. It is devoid of self-conscious, phony humor. The music is consistently good, and the acting is solid. The documentary is an experience and a film to be remembered, not a cult film or a controversial movie. We would recommend the film for anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Kelly McCoy

After a mediocre career in Hollywood, James Coburn is being approached by a wealthy patron to help fund his favourite soccer team, the Washington Capitals. But when the team suffers a losing streak that quickly puts the team out of business, Coburn becomes deeply concerned with the financial plight of the players, who can no longer afford to live on the high-paid salaries offered by the owner. And as a result, the owners are forced to make up the lost revenue by paying players, who by now have collectively lost at least a quarter of a million dollars. With the team already going broke, Coburn quickly finds himself on the brink of total financial ruin, when he decides to try to get the team back on the field by giving them a large sum of money. This is a well-intentioned comedy, and there is a lot to be enjoyed about it, but at the end of the day it isn't as funny as it could have been. Coburn has some good moments in the film, but for the most part it just isn't that funny. There are plenty of moments in the film that are very funny, but for the most part it is very over-the-top and over-acted. It was also hard to take all the scenes at the beginning of the film seriously. The only real strong point of the film is the acting. Coburn and Thomas Haden Church are very good in their roles, and they work well together. Haden Church also provides some comic relief, and he's very good at doing so. The performances aren't bad at all, but as a whole they aren't very good. The film doesn't have that good of a plot, and it is a very simple comedy. Overall, I found the film very forgettable, and it isn't one that I would really recommend watching. This is not a film that I would recommend anyone to watch, even for a laugh. This film is a film that I would recommend for the most part, but it isn't one that I would recommend watching.

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Jacqueline W.

Hugh Grant as Alan Wiley is a breath of fresh air. The dynamic he brings to the screen is truly one of a kind. This is not a typical film. This is a film about a man who is still alive and that is an important part of the film. Grant does a great job of showing that this man is alive and working hard to keep alive his dream of being the greatest golfer of all time. He is not afraid to be himself, he is more than just a golf player. His life is more than just a story of success. I do not want to spoil the film, but trust me, if you like Grant, you will love this film. It is an emotional story about a man who was born to win and the man who was born to make him a winner. This is not a film for everyone, but it is a film that I will be looking forward to seeing again.

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Edward Garrett

This movie really got me. I have always liked him. His relationship with Babe is awesome. That is, until she has a heart attack. She dies. He tries to make up for the pain he has caused her and everything that he has been through in his life. He is an excellent actor and I think he deserves the Oscar. The movie is definitely a success, especially the first part. The ending is good too. It is kind of a soft film and it gets you to think a bit. But, it also shows that even in the worst of circumstances you can still make something of your life.

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Carl

The film starts off with a glimpse into the life of the most famous female wrestler of all time, at the peak of her popularity, in the early 1980s. The film delves into the character, which includes the possibility of her relationship with the WWE, the struggle for respect and respectability and how she dealt with the pressure. At the same time, we get a close-up on her personal life, which includes how she was abandoned at birth and how she was kidnapped by a family that cared for her as a baby. The film then moves onto her pro wrestling career, which lasted for seven years, from 1984 to 1987. We get some insight into how she was able to achieve the success she did in the wrestling business. After her first WWE match, we see a brief look at the backstage and backstage related issues that go along with the business. It also introduces us to the character of Molly Holly, who was one of the wrestlers who took over her wrestling persona and made her a star. Her character was constantly on the ropes and being controlled by the team that was her manager, the family that owned the WWE. We also get some insight into how this family was able to live the life they wanted for her, but still try to respect her and her life. The film ends with the legacy of Molly Holly still being maintained. We see how she continued to have success in the WWE, despite the constant bullying from the family. We also see that she continued to do TV work, including a reunion of her old tag team partner with her daughter that she had with her in the WWE. The last thing we see in the film is her daughter, who is now a professional wrestler and does wrestling events. The film ends with a point of view of Molly Holly's time in the WWE, with how the real Molly Holly suffered from the way the WWE treated her. The movie did a great job at portraying how she was constantly the center of attention, but never felt like she was as important to the WWE as the wrestlers that she worked with. Overall, I felt that the movie was interesting and entertaining, with an interesting message that most people can relate to. I would recommend this film to anyone that enjoys a good, story-driven, sports-based film.

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Tammy H.

Before you judge me for liking this movie, you must realize that I am not a fan of the games, and I really do not understand the appeal of the sports-based movies. The only thing I can say is that I have seen enough to say that I like the movies and will not be taking my money back. The actors do a great job, and the story is very realistic, even though it's about a country-based team. The movie does not tell a lot of history, and I didn't feel that I was learning anything about the country or the football team. But that is not the point. I enjoyed the movie, and I do recommend it to anyone who likes sports-based movies. My rating: 7 out of 10

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Vincent G.

The movie itself was pretty good, although I would have liked to see the rest of the movie to get to know the characters better. The story was pretty good, and the way it was told was very entertaining. The music was great, and the voice acting was very good. The only thing that bothered me was that they took a few characters out of the movie that were great, and they didn't give them a proper ending. If they had just put the rest of the movie together, I would have been satisfied. It was definitely a movie I would recommend to anyone. I would give it a 10/10.

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Doris P.

When I first heard about this movie, I thought it was going to be another "Rocky" rip-off, but this movie actually has a very interesting story and it was actually quite enjoyable. I'm not a huge fan of Arnold, but I was pleasantly surprised. I like him in this movie, and he actually had a good time with it. I actually liked the ending, which was actually quite a twist. This movie is definitely worth watching, and it's a must-see for Arnold fans. Also, if you like Arnold, you should definitely watch this movie. I'm not saying that you should go out and buy the movie, but you should definitely watch it. It's definitely worth it. I would give this movie an 8 out of 10.

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Louis

Borg McEnroe is one of the best ever rugby athletes in the history of the game. He was also one of the greatest basketball players ever. He was also a great baseball player. The sports personality is so well-known that we even know what his name is, and his nickname is "Borg". With all this celebrity that he has become a legend, it's hard to believe that he's actually a real person. The character that he portrays is a man who is full of confidence and confidence only, and doesn't listen to anyone, except his own son, and he is convinced that he can do everything. He even believes that he is the best player in the world, even if he is only 5-6 years older than him. So, if you have a kid, or you have any ambition, just tell them that "Borg McEnroe" is the best player in the world, and that you want them to follow in his footsteps. You will be happy to know that they will listen to you.

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Aaron M.

I watched this movie because I like Richard Gere and I love sports movies. I do not like boxing movies or sports movies, but I liked this one because Richard Gere is one of my favorite actors. He is very charismatic, and I really liked his acting. In the movie he does a very good job. His acting in this movie is so good, I have to say that this is one of his best performances. It was great to see him in this movie. He is one of the most popular actors of all time, and I think that he is a very good actor, and he is a good actor in this movie. I give this movie a seven out of ten. This movie was entertaining and I enjoyed it. It is a good movie. Richard Gere is a good actor.

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Amy A.

Of all the boxing movies I've ever seen (or heard of) I have to say I found this one to be the most entertaining. It is a biography of a very famous boxer and one of the greatest fighters in history. I do not believe it is an accurate account. No one really knows the life of the boxer and you don't really get to know the people who lived in the decade of the late 1950's and early 1960's. I can't help but feel that this is just one of the movies that tried to get famous boxers to come out and talk about their life and life's experiences. The acting is very good but I can't help but feel that this is more of a biographical movie that is just very entertaining. However, I think there are some interesting points that could have been done better.

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Ralph Mendoza

This is a perfect example of a movie that does not go against the grain of Hollywood style of presenting boxing as a glamorous sport that comes and goes with the tide. It shows the sport as it really is: bloody, brutal, and absolutely the most overrated of all the sports. I think many would disagree with me on this. That is fine. I am no boxing fan. But it does give me a better perspective of boxing. Of course there is the 'Million Dollar Boxing' movies and "The Fighter", but this one is a far better one.