Battle of the Sexes
Comedy • PG-13 • 2017 • 2 hr 1 min
Started out as a simple plot, but the further you get into the movie, the more complex it gets. Would definitely recommend.
I mean this could literally happen tomorrow. Like nothing changed
Excellent movie!! It’s one of the best movies I’ve seen. Everything from the acting to the costumes are right on point
Great acting, music, and storyline. Got me hooked on the tennis match scene. It was intense! I felt like I was watching the match on tv. 😅
historical event with a big message 2 all male Chauvinists, but it’s a shame th gay males characters are such ridiculous stereotypes in this
Significant story regarding gender, and it’s true! Both play their characters so well
Lacked focus by falling into a “this, then this” pattern. Also, Riggs didn't matter here so why devote so much time to his point of view?
The cinematography & acting are great! Only complaint is that it tries to cover too much in too little time to go in depth on any one thing
Fun, relatively easy watch. Great story, well put together
Great story! Great woman! Definitely recommend!
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