A sport that once earned healthy ratings on television receives a long-overdue resurgence in popularity thanks to the colorful athlete who brings an invigorating sense of danger to the lanes in a 10-pin comedy from director Tommy Reid. When the fledgling career of an aspiring actor fails to take flight, his subsequent bid to establish himself as the bad boy of the professional bowling circuit has a much larger impact on the popularity of the sport than anyone could have ever anticipated. Ross Patterson, Tara Reid, Ray Wise, Vinnie Jones, and Rachel Hunter star in a comedy where picking up the most notoriously difficult spare could mean the difference between lasting fame and fleeting notoriety. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Yeah I WISH this movie was as good as the box cover shows-but unfortunately-NOT...This movie has a couple of funny parts, but I'll be honest with you it is OVERALL a small independent poor budgeted movie that 50% of the people will hate and other 50% will think is just okay to so-so. I fell into the latter. I thought it was okay. Tara reid looks just worn out past her prime. Man she looks old(like 50) and has been just rode on hard too many late nights-up past 4am.. .She CAN act still, but nothing to write home about. this is a watcher if you are bored out of your skull and nothing else is good on TV - which is would be a very rare occurance.
This movie was a poor attempt at something that has already been done and much funnier then this. Tara Reid looks like a recovering drug addict and really shows how bad of an actress she is. Ross tries so hard to be a combination of Stiffler and Dane Cook throughout this movie, the announcer tries to be Chris Farley. It had maybe 2 good laughs but really not a good flick