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    Random Poll: Just how big is big momma?


    a) Big momma is so big, she can get group insurance rates.
    b) Big momma is so big, she gets clothes in three sizes: extra large, jumbo and oh-my-god-it's-coming-towards-us!
    c) Big momma is so big, when she gets on the scale it says 'to be continued.'
    d) Actually, big momma is so big, when she gets on the scale it says 'One at a time, please!'
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    DVD Video - Reviews [Tin Cup]

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    Tin Cup

    Release Date:
    4/29/97

    Studio: Warner Brothers
    Year: 1996
    Run Time: 135 minutes
    Rating: R
    Starring: Cheech Marin, Kevin Costner, Don Johnson, Rene Russo
    Directed by: Ron Shelton
      Movie Summary: [Comedy]

        An unreachable shot to the green. A hopeless romance. Driving-range pro Roy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) can't resist an impossible challenge. For Roy, gold is a head--and heart--game. On both counts, that's where shrink Molly Griswold (Rene Russo) comes in. She's big city, Roy's small time, and he believes only the grandest of gestures can lure her away from a slick touring pro (Don Johnson) and earn her love. So Roy and his dutiful caddy (Cheech Marin) set out to do the impossible: win the U.S. Open.

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    • Widescreen: 2.35:1, Enhanced for 16X9 TVs, Pan & Scan, Color, 5.1 Dolby Digital, Additional Languages: French, Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Closed Captioned, Region 1
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     Review:                         
    Overall
    5
    Reviewer: Sean Kelly

    Welp. The video quality on this production was quite good. There are some dark scenes which required an adjustment on the black level in order to not see some compression effects in the background, but it's not distracting if you're paying attention to the movie itself. Overall, the video quality seems to indicate a fairly low compression level which is always desirable. The production notes go into good coverage with 15 pages of background storyline and additional info. The cast section has a few details on the four main characters in the film as well as the director, however does not go into any interesting detail on any subject.



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