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Loopers: The Caddie's Long Walk

Loopers: The Caddie's Long Walk is a movie starring Ben Crenshaw, Jim Dent, and Lee Elder. Filmmaker Jason Baffa examines the personal bonds and dynamic relationships that form between golfers and caddies.

Other Titles
The Caddie Chronicles
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sport, Documentary
Jason Baffa
Carl Cramer
Jim Dent, Nick Faldo, Ben Crenshaw, Lee Elder
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Filmmaker Jason Baffa examines the personal bonds and dynamic relationships that form between golfers and caddies.

Comments about sport «Loopers: The Caddie's Long Walk» (23)

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If you are not familiar with the Caddies, watch this film. The film is about the big guys, who have been involved in the Caddies' racing for years. They tell their stories, how they came to be involved, and the challenges they face as the Caddies face the danger of a 40-mile race. This is an entertaining film, if you have a small interest in Caddies. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in the Caddies.

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Andrea Bryant

This documentary was a great showcase of some of the finest riders in the world. It was great to see the modern day race directors get the perspective of what these riders go through to compete and win. If you want to learn about what it takes to race and what it means to have a good season, this is the documentary for you. The film makers were able to get a few of the pros to speak and share their stories. I was blown away by the stories they told and the stories that they were able to tell. This documentary really brings back some memories and gives you a look at how the world of horse racing is different than what you would imagine.

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The film's main point was the hockey player "Caddie" played by Stephen Dorff. This player was the most famous player of the era, who had the reputation of being the greatest hockey player of all time. And yet, the film barely touched on this man's life and how he got where he is today. The film was certainly interesting, but in my opinion, it didn't capture the spirit of this man's life in the way it should have. What made the film stand out was the large amount of interviews Dorff gave. I especially liked the one with the Mexican golfer "Pancho". The man himself talks about the music that was important to him in his life, and how the film went about capturing that music. Overall, the film was interesting, but it could have been better. If you're looking for a film that takes a good look at the people and culture that the NHL was, I'd recommend this one. If you're looking for a film that focuses on the sport itself, I'd recommend this one. I rated the film an 8 out of 10. It was good, but it could have been better.

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A documentary about two caddies who took a hike to see the men's home-run derby. They hit the right home-run with their 8-iron. They were also about to be inducted into the New Jersey State Baseball Hall of Fame. I can't imagine why it was never mentioned. They played together in the 1970's, before the pay-for-play system took over. These guys should have been given a lifetime achievement award.

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Jeffrey Collins

This is a documentary on the Caddies Long Walk to the Olympic Games, made in 1988. The story is told in a very humorous manner, especially the way the Caddies describe their lives. We also get to hear from the athletes themselves, and the viewers are also given the opportunity to see the actual event that they are preparing for. It's a really fun documentary to watch, and it's definitely one that you'll want to watch more than once. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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I have watched this film many times and I really like it. I don't know what the director was thinking when he directed this film, but it's one of the most absurd films I've ever seen. I feel sorry for the cameraman who had to do all of the filming. I think he was doing his best, but he was left with nothing to work with. There's only one laugh in this film and it's right after the film is over. It's the same laugh that you get when you see the "ball" in "Bad Taste" but with the film it's a "cute little bear" and it's the same laugh you get when you see "Bad Taste" and you see a man running with a ball in his hands. I think that the director had no clue how to make a film and he's just made up the best he could, but it doesn't really matter, because that's what the movie is about. The cast is very good. The funny scenes are all in this film, but there's also a lot of seriousness, and that's what the film is about. I think the film is very underrated. I think it's an excellent comedy and it's one of the best films I've ever seen.

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In this feature-length documentary, director Rob Sheffield tells the story of three Irish athletes from the "Golden Era" of boxing. The documentary focuses on the early years of the Irish boxing industry and includes a fascinating historical account of how the Irish "Golden Age" came to be. Also, Sheffield presents some of the best boxing footage ever filmed. The documentary is narrated by the great Bill "The Butcher" Dempsey and features several great interviews with the athletes. This documentary was made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the birth of the Irish Boxing Association, a landmark event that had huge implications for the sport of boxing. The documentary was not well received by boxing historians and critics of the sport. In the documentary, it is stated that boxing was born of a failure to deliver. Sheffield made the documentary to commemorate this achievement. This is why it is an excellent documentary. The documentary is very interesting and informative, giving you a good understanding of the early years of the Irish boxing industry. It is a well done documentary and is well worth watching. The documentary is one of the best documentaries ever made about boxing.

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Emily P.

A great documentary about the Caddies' long walk to the final in the New Zealand Masters. The walk takes about half an hour and is a great combination of adventure, humour and drama. As the film goes on, we get a real insight into the Caddies and their journey. I thoroughly enjoyed the film and think it's a great addition to the Caddies' story. It also covers the tennis life of the Caddies, which is a really fascinating subject to cover. The film also covers the Caddies' relationship with the Caddies' (who they were) and the people they were, which was really great. The film is a must see, and is well worth your time. Enjoy!

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The Caddies are a group of roller derby fans, who are of course in their own unique ways. The Caddies come from all different backgrounds and are all more or less the same. From a rich boy to a poor teenager, they all have their own specific kind of personality and their own set of hopes and dreams. Their love of roller derby is an integral part of their lives, and for them, their love is an experience. The Caddies and their stories are almost all the same, and it's amazing to see that they're all so different and unique. They're not all the same, and this makes it all the more fun to see them come together. The Caddies are a group of roller derby fans who are of course different. I had the privilege of meeting them in person, and it was a great experience, as they are all incredibly sweet, intelligent, and charismatic. They were all so enthusiastic about their love of roller derby, and it was great to see them work so hard to help others get into the sport. They were very inspiring, and it was great to see them have such a positive impact on their community. I was really glad that the Caddies had the chance to share their stories, and I can't wait to see what they do next.

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Carolyn M.

This is a great movie. It's based on the true story of a football team from the late 60's and early 70's that went to high school in the country. This is based on a book written by Dan Kennedy who was the head coach of the team. I believe the story is accurate but it's hard to verify because it's a fictional movie. It's a great story, very compelling. It's very hard to watch. It's a very good movie. You'll be crying, and you'll be on the edge of your seat, and you'll be thinking, "What is going to happen?" This is a good movie. It's very much a movie. You'll be sitting there, "Wow, what did I just watch?"

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This is a pretty good documentary about the Caddies' Long Walk. It is a very short film but still shows the Caddies as very special people. Some of the things they do and say in this film are a little cheesy but overall it's a pretty good documentary about the Caddies.

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I was surprised that this movie was not nominated for Best Picture, as it was such a great story and had a really interesting and suspenseful ending. I really enjoyed it. I also really enjoyed the interviews with the cast and crew, and the narration. I was very impressed with the actors and actresses, as well as the director and the actors themselves. I think the message of the movie was very powerful and powerful to watch, and the audience was able to understand that. I hope to see more movies like this one. I also hope that other movies are made like this one.

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Doris K.

BONUS - Michael Ealy (from Chicago), in "The Caddies' Long Walk" was actually born in Chicago and grew up a big Cubs fan, but now he's from Waukesha WI and is the catcher for the Cubs. He's a legend in the Waukesha area. As I said, the story is unique. The Cubs are a new franchise, and they're about to break ground on a new stadium. They have the chance to build a stadium in the heart of Waukesha, WI. The owner of the new ballpark, Arthur Blank, wants to move the Cubs to Waukesha. And, of course, the Cubs are there to fight the move, and to fight to keep the franchise in Waukesha. This is a great documentary, and a great story. If you're a Cubs fan, this is a must-see.

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Amanda Brooks

Although I am not a film critic, I have been a fan of Andy Warhol since the 80's when I first saw his film Warhol and the Boys in his art school days. When I saw this movie I was amazed. It is like a play for the directors. It is funny and sad and it makes you think. This is a must see for Andy Warhol fans.

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Tyler Weaver

This is one of the funniest films I have ever seen. This is the perfect movie to see with your girlfriend or boyfriend. You'll laugh your ass off.

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Steven Pena

I have to say that this is one of the most interesting documentaries I have ever seen. It seems to go nowhere, yet the overall effect is profound and surprising. The films work is not only on the level of storytelling, but also on the level of camera work and the way it all fits together. I can see how this documentary has such a limited audience, but if you are interested in the sport and its history, this is a must see.

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Donald Garrett

If you've ever been to a pro-cross country track, you'll understand this film. It is a character study of the most common type of male athlete. Not the college football player, but the everyday man who, by his own admission, does not have the time or inclination to pursue the pursuit of his ultimate passion. This is a film which will leave you in awe. There is no reason to watch it alone. It will make you cry, and it will make you laugh. The best part of the film is the editing, which is a highlight of the film. It takes a while for the viewer to feel what he is feeling, but when he does, you will be shocked. I think that if you want to know what it is like to be a pro-cross country runner, watch this film. If you are like most people, you'll like this film.

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Samuel McDonald

Watch this movie! It's really great! My son and I watched this together and we both thought it was so cool. We are big dogs fans and really enjoyed watching this movie. I would recommend it to anyone who likes dogs or just dog movie's. My son was absolutely speechless when we left the theatre. He was just talking about it all night long. It was amazing to see a movie about dogs and the way they are treated. It was so funny and made me think about my own life and how I treat my dogs. This is one of the best dog movies I have ever seen!

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Elizabeth Webb

I don't know where to start. I have just watched the documentary "The Caddies' Long Walk" on TV. I watched the whole thing, and was impressed, that the writers and the director were able to bring this story to life. I hope you can find this on DVD. It's a great documentary on the story of the Caddies, and the men who were involved. The movie is narrated by JT McCarthey, and is very informative, in that it gives you the history of the Caddies, and the men who made them. The movie does a great job of telling the story of the Caddies, the men who were involved, and their passion for the sport. It was well worth watching the whole thing. I highly recommend it.

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Catherine M.

I thought the opening scene to the film was excellent. It is a very realistic, realistic and accurate portrayal of the struggles faced by the Caddie's in the North American and European Cattle/Cattle Cattle Country. This film is a great documentary on the Caddies and their struggles and the relationships between them and the ranchers and farmers. I highly recommend this film. The only negative comment I have to make is that some of the film footage is very hard to see. I wish it was more clear on the Caddies and their problems.

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This movie was pretty good. This is a documentary about the Caddies, a group of ex-soldiers that play golf in order to support themselves. It was shown on a weekday afternoon on the Sports Center channel. It was really interesting to see these guys. The weather was also a major aspect of the movie, as it is when the Caddies are on the course. If you're interested in golf, you should definitely watch this.

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Karen Webb

It's been a while since I've watched a movie and I still think about it. I still have the feeling that I'm not at the right place. It's just the same old crap. There are too many people who want to be a part of something, who are here just to do something that they have no interest in. A lot of us, who have seen our lives change through making a movie, are like those people. But in this case, we are the ones who are the ones who are changing, while others are still in the background. The movie was a good one, although it would be better if it had a lot more. But if I had to pick one thing, I would say that the cast is quite good. The actors did a good job, but they should have had more time to prepare their lines. The plot was a bit confusing, so I can't say that it was good. The plot was good, but it could have been better. I also think that the ending was good, although I don't think it was a great one. But I still think that it was good, I think it was good. I'm not going to spoil it for you, but if you haven't seen it yet, I'd recommend to watch it. I think that you will enjoy it. Although it's not a masterpiece, but it's still worth a watch.

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Virginia Schneider

This is a good documentary for those who enjoy watching classic cars. It's like the movie "Road Warrior" except this movie is about the Caddies and their journey from Europe to America and the struggles they face to find a new road to success. The Caddies are a great group of people who are just trying to make it in the car industry and they will never forget the first time they ever drove a car, the first one was a Ford Thunderbird. The Caddies can be seen in many different states as well as some countries. They are a great group of people who are hard workers and good drivers. I really enjoyed this movie because it showed how the Caddies came to the US and what they went through to get where they are today. I think it was very inspiring to see that they were just trying to make it in the car industry and had to deal with people that would never give up. I really enjoyed watching this movie and would recommend it to anyone. I think it was a very good documentary that you should watch.