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(229) 7.3 80 min 2019

Loopers: The Caddie's Long Walk is a movie starring Ben Crenshaw, Jim Dent, and Lee Elder. Filmmaker Jason Baffa examines the personal bonds and dynamic relationships that form between golfers and caddies.

Starring
Nick Faldo, Lee Elder, Ben Crenshaw, Jim Dent
Genres
Sport, Documentary
Director
Jason Baffa

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sport, Documentary
Director Jason Baffa
Writer Carl Cramer
Stars Nick Faldo, Lee Elder, Ben Crenshaw, Jim Dent
Country USA
Also Known As The Caddie Chronicles
Runtime 1H 20M
Description Centuries old and enjoyed by millions, golf is more than a sport. Loopers: The Caddie's Long Walk explores the bond between golfer and caddie. Featuring never before seen stories, Loopers is an account of golf like you've never seen before.

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Tuesday, 25 Aug 2020 10:05

It's a small world. We all have our favorites. If I had to choose one, it would be the Caddies. That's all I will say about this film. It's the story of three tough guys that own a bar in Fort Worth, Texas, a town that is on the brink of disaster. The Caddies are struggling with the town's liquor laws, the local wrestling coach (Woody Harrelson) and the nearby Canadian's Olympic team. As they tell it, they are a bunch of old caddies that need to retire. They have no time for the young guys that have come in and taken over the bar. "They're fucking little losers," Caddie Edward (Michael Wincott) tells his son, Billy (Eric Wilson), who runs the bar. "What are they going to do? No, they're going to screw us over." That's exactly what happens when the Canadian's enter town and start ruining the Caddies lives. Billy has to run the bar with the help of his buddy, the redneck, cowboy, and blind guy who runs a bingo night. In an effort to save his bar, Billy hires a Caddie to help run the place. That Caddie is the redneck, a kind, manly, hard-ass, a very intimidating, hard-hitting, cocky, uncouth, and very, very, very, very bad-ass. He has a reputation as a bad-ass and a rough guy. He isn't afraid to use his fists and feet. In the process, he will also deal with the other Caddies. "You gotta be careful, guys," says the redneck, "or you're going to have to go through a lot of Caddies." The redneck knows that this is a very big responsibility, and he has a big heart for his friends. Billy's father, Tommy (David Arquette), tells his son to try to keep the Caddies happy. Tommy, a disabled veteran, loves his son and he knows that he has to do the right thing. Billy knows that the Caddies have their eyes set on him and they will do anything to keep him from the American dream. "I've been doing this for a long time," says Tommy. "I've been in the army for a long time." Tommy has a son who is about to enter college. Billy's father loves him, but Tommy will have to do the right thing. "I'll go back home and start a new life, with my son," says Tommy. "I'm not going to let him come up to me." Tommy has seen too many friends get sick or die during his military service. He wants to do something good for his son, and in order to do that, he has to do what's right. Tommy wants Billy to retire. "I just wanna keep him happy," he says. "You've got to know your place." The Caddies take it to a new level. They have to move out of the bar and into a bigger bar in town, just like the old days. When they take it a step further, they put the bar out of its misery. Billy and


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