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WimbledonProfessionally, Peter is near the very bottom of the world tennis ranks, and personally, he can't find love despite his best efforts to do so. Fortunately for him, he meets a young player on the women's circuit who helps him recapture his focus for Wimbledon.
Actors of "Wimbledon"
Characters of "Wimbledon"
Directors of "Wimbledon"Richard LoncraineBirthdate: 20 October 1946, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, UK
Creators of "Wimbledon"Adam BrooksBirthdate: 3 September 1956, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaJennifer Flackett
Critic Reviews of "Wimbledon"Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
All in all, it's rather pleasant, but nothing else.Houston ChronicleJuly 21, 2005
The movie needs the stars' charm and director Richard Loncraine's polish, because the faulty script is just barely good enough to hold us for 100 minutes.New York ObserverOctober 01, 2004
A pleasant enough entertainment at a time when movies either pleasant or entertaining are in short supply.Ebert & RoeperSeptember 20, 2004
[A] reluctant thumbs down.ReelViewsSeptember 18, 2004
The kind of movie that allows the non-cynical movie-goer to sit back and relax in the presence of actors who work well with each other and a script whose familiarity is an asset.Salon.comSeptember 18, 2004
Slick, satisfying entertainment.Common Sense MediaDecember 29, 2010
Works better as a sports movie than a love match.Dark HorizonsOctober 30, 2006
An enjoyable little crowd-pleaser with likable leads and a few good laughs.Christianity TodayAugust 25, 2006
The story plays out predictably with a happy ending -- think The Natural on Wimbledon's Centre Court -- and all in all, it's a decent romantic comedy.Film ThreatDecember 06, 2005
You aren't likely to see a film with more warmth and good humor anytime soon, or one that does more to give feel good filmmaking a good name.www.kcactive.comJuly 25, 2005
Do we really need to see another film where a gorgeous, talented and desired American woman is whisked away by a stammering insecure British man with an inner monologue?Lessons of DarknessMay 04, 2005
Lobs nothing but clichés.
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