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Borg vs McEnroe

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The story of the 1980s tennis rivalry between the placid Björn Borg and the volatile John McEnroe.
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Daily Telegraph (Australia)
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November 12, 2017

A compelling and concentrated drama that doesn't waste a frame.
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Sydney Morning Herald
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November 17, 2017

The casting is inspired.
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indieWire
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September 12, 2017

What we're left with is a staid little movie that races around the court and rallies itself to exhaustion, a historical drama that enshrines the narrative underpinnings of all great sports stories without doing anything to upend them.
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Flicks.co.nz
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November 12, 2017

McEnroe's "unsportsmanlike behaviour" is a no-brainer fit for LaBeouf, who attacks the tennis enfant terrible's profanity-filled, racket-throwing antics with gusto.
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Globe and Mail
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September 08, 2017

Game, set and almost a great movie.
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ABC Radio (Australia)
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November 22, 2017

Surprisingly sombre in tone, Metz's debut scripted feature film ambitiously delves into the psychology of these two men, and that of elite sportspeople in general ... Borg's crisis of confidence and McEnroe's arrogance result in two unlikeable leads.
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RogerEbert.com
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September 22, 2017

Fails to turn its title characters into three-dimensional people, leaning into their public personas instead of sketching in the details that would make them feel genuine.
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Clarín
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November 15, 2017

... The film has enough elements to be attractive even to neophytes of the sport. [Full review in Spanish]
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AV Club
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September 08, 2017

It's a sports movie for masochistic, vainglorious athletes.
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Herald Sun (Australia)
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November 15, 2017

Both players are fascinating characters in their own right. Even more so once their stridently different temperaments come into play.
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Time Out
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September 22, 2017

The final match is an absolute nail-biter, reminding tennis fans how electric this sport can be.
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Hollywood Reporter
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September 07, 2017

Though it never justifies the overblown Andre Agassi quote used as its preface ("every match is a life in miniature"), the picture certainly shows how a single match can be made to feel like the world depends on it.
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