League of Ordinary Gentlemen Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for League of Ordinary Gentlemen the Movie

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Three former Microsoft execs purchased the Pro Bowlers Association for $5 million and hired Steve Miller from Nike to help revive and make it more exciting and media friendly. Film documents the 2003 nationwide tour, which culminated in a tense world championship in Detroit. We witness the tour through the fortunes of four pros, Pete Weber, a flamboyant player, Walter Ray Williams Jr., a low-key guy who can be a bit imposing, Chris Barnes, a clean-cut but moody fellow, and Wayne Webb, who knows after his past broken marriages and bankruptcies this tour will make or break his bowling career. An endearing film touching on American life and the eccentricities and hardships of competition.

Distribution

Not Yet Released

Running time 100 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Documentary Films, Bowling
Cinematography
Ken Seng
Director
Christopher Browne
Other
Brian Fish, Kurt Engfehr, David Tung
Producer
Alex Brown, Wilhemus Bryan, Dionpian Films

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