Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach

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"Small balls. Big ambition."
  • R
  • 2008
  • 1 hr 27 min
  • 5.4  (10,259)

Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach is a comedy movie directed by Danny Leiner, starring Seann William Scott, Randy Quaid, and Brando Eaton. The movie was released in 2009 and follows the story of a high school tennis coach who is determined to win the state championship. Gary (Seann William Scott) is the coach of the tennis team at a high school in a small Texas town. He used to be the star athlete of the town, but after an unfortunate incident during a championship match, his life took a turn for the worse. Now, he spends his time drinking and coaching an underperforming team.

However, Gary's luck changes when he meets a talented transfer student named Mike (Brando Eaton). Mike's superior skills and dedication to the game inspire Gary to bring his team to victory. With the help of his assistant coach, Jenny (Emilee Wallace), and his eccentric millionaire sponsor, Mason (Randy Quaid), Gary creates an unconventional training regime that focuses on unique exercises and extreme tactics.

The team is initially skeptical of Gary's methods, but as they begin to see results, they join his quest for the state championship. Along the way, the team faces a series of challenges, including sabotage from a rival team and pressure from parents to succeed.

The movie is a hilarious satire that pokes fun at the traditional high school sports movie genre. The humor is irreverent and absurd, with many scenes that are intentionally over-the-top. Seann William Scott delivers a standout performance as Gary, bringing an energy and charisma to the character that makes him instantly likable.

Randy Quaid is equally impressive as Mason, the wealthy and eccentric sponsor who is willing to do whatever it takes to help the team win. His scenes are some of the funniest in the movie, and he provides a perfect foil to Gary's more subdued personality.

Brando Eaton is also great as Mike, the talented transfer student who becomes Gary's protégé. He brings a believable intensity to the role, and his scenes on the court are some of the most exciting in the movie.

Overall, Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach is a fun and entertaining movie that is sure to appeal to fans of sports comedies. While it may not be the most original or groundbreaking movie of its kind, it is a solid entry in the genre that delivers on its promise of laughs and high-energy sports action.

Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach is a 2008 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 27 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4.

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    5.4  (10,259)