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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.

Sport, Documentary
Jason Baffa
Jim Dent, Ben Crenshaw, Lee Elder, Nick Faldo

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Product details

Genres Sport, Documentary
Director Jason Baffa
Writer Carl Cramer
Stars Jim Dent, Ben Crenshaw, Lee Elder, Nick Faldo
Country USA
Also Known As The Caddie Chronicles
Runtime 1 h 20 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Centuries old and enjoyed by millions, golf is more than a sport. Loopers: The Caddie's Long Walk explores the bond between golfer and caddie. Featuring never before seen stories, Loopers is an account of golf like you've never seen before.

Top reviews

Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 20:40

I was a small child when I saw this movie in the theater. I have never seen the special features, but I think I might have caught one joke that I remember. It was on the "Let's Meet The Caddies" program. It was on the Caddie's big day, and the kids asked if they could do a "Caddie Dog." Everyone was afraid to say no. So they said yes. At the end of the program, a woman in the audience stood up and said, "I said no!" That was really funny. I have been thinking about that joke ever since I saw it. So, I will mention some of my other favorite movies: Joe Robbie's "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" was a great film. It was funny and scary all at the same time. It was full of laughs and scares. And, Rocky II was one of my favorite films. I always liked that one. I like when Sly Stallone has a fight with "The Rock" because of Sly's fast punching moves. That's what I like. I also like when Sly's wife is put into an insane asylum because she is so crazy. And, when Sly says something to Sly that makes him seem crazy, I think everyone in the audience laughed. And, when Sly looks at his ex-wife, she looks back at him, and says, "You always are a good guy." And, when Sly says something to his daughter about why she is not allowed to watch the Rocky movies, she responds, "Because my mom always said the stories are real." And, when Sly sings about "I Want You Back" to an old friend, they actually join in the song. It's not like I'm singing about any emotions, but I was still able to get the same feeling I would get from my own mother. And, when Sly makes Rocky's ex-wife sing the song, I also remember the song "Sweet Home Alabama". I also like the scene when Sly has to let Rocky and Rocky's daughter. The moment that he enters the room and sees his daughter, she is singing "Sweet Home Alabama" and he realizes that he never could have gotten the girl he loved. So, when he is about to kiss the girl, the girl says, "I want you back." And, I think that's what I think the message of the movie is. I think that if people were allowed to cry, feel good, and be happy with what they had, it would be a lot better than what we have now. I think the movie was a great one. I have watched it more times than I can remember, and I keep looking at it because I like it so much. So, I will give it a 7 out of 10.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 18:18

This documentary follows the last leg of the Caddie's long walk, a 12-day journey across the British Columbia wilderness in 2007. Although this was a winter trek the route was completed in the summer of 2007. During the trek the crew members were working with the Caddie to raise money for his and his brother's cancer treatments. It was their first trip together. In addition to filming the trek it was important for the crew to document the Caddie's bond with the wild and how he learned to survive in the wilderness. This film captured the Caddie's amazement of the forest, the evergreen trees, and the "wild" animals. Despite a few shots of the hike being in broad daylight it was not difficult to see the Caddie. He also enjoyed this footage as it showed the Caddie as a man, not a wild animal. The Caddie also said that the trip changed him. He became more patient with the environment and more aware of the land. This change in attitude also changed his attitude toward his fellow Caddies. The Caddies also developed a new sense of appreciation for the land and its wild beauty. The Caddies who left their homes and found themselves in the wilderness were among the few who did not return home. They took the time to explore and to share this adventure with others. The film also documented the bonding and friendship between the Caddie and the other Caddies and the Forest Ranger who accompanied the Caddie. This bond was also important for the Caddies because it was their first time out of the city in nine years and it is an experience that they will not soon forget. The Caddies spent the whole trek sleeping in a cabin which also served as their campground. The Caddies wanted to go home to Canada, but they realized they needed to find another way to get there. They also had two days to complete the trek. This was the longest that any Caddie has been on a long-distance trek.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 18:57

Rudy did have his moments. Like when he was describing how his life has changed in the past decade (showing us how much his life has changed), then he started talking about the shoes. The movie was a great educational tool for kids and I will certainly recommend it to my friends. It makes you think, like the movie "The General's Daughter" did. Unfortunately, while this movie was extremely well made, the "Caddie's Long Walk" really makes no sense. Maybe this was the intention, but I can't help but feel that they missed a great opportunity to bring in a closer relationship between the two young men. Maybe they were interested in building an emotional connection between the two, but they could have focused on more specific stories about their relationship. I understand that it's a movie for children, but I think we should have been given more detail about the relationship. There were a lot of cool moments in the movie, like when they rode in the car on the river and were laughing like crazy. Or when they were going to see a show. It was a great way to introduce the characters and show the journey that both of them had to go through. But like I said, when it comes down to it, this movie was amazing and I loved it. However, I just didn't feel like it was as good as the movie "The Caddie's Long Walk" from the same year. "The Caddie's Long Walk" had the ability to get you into the story, but "The Caddie's Long Walk" would have been a great, better movie than this. I give it a 7/10.
Friday, 08 May 2020 05:42

I feel compelled to comment on this documentary because it seems to have had such a large impact on my generation. At the time of the premiere, I had not seen a single performance of "Caddie's Long Walk". The trailer for the film just made me feel excited to go see it. "Caddie's Long Walk" is an honest look at life in the American southwest and follows the lives of some of the Caddies. I can't say enough good things about it. For a film with so many a negative to be brought out, it is quite well done. There is a tremendous amount of insight into the lives of the Caddies, with a lot of empathy and understanding, particularly for some of the wives who were dragged through hell at work. I thought the pacing was excellent and the narrative of the film flows well. I felt that the film was well done and was able to convey the struggles of the Caddies through their dialog. It is true that not all Caddies were living this way, but it is also true that some of the Caddies went through worse. Overall, I was impressed with this film. This was a powerful film. I think that the most powerful thing about this film is that it can truly reach people. It can truly affect people in a way that makes you realize what those around you are going through. I have known many Caddies and I have seen many of them and I cannot imagine how difficult it is for those of us who have not lived them. I am thankful for this film and I hope that others will be as generous as I was with this film. Many of the women featured in this film are very courageous and amazing. They are truly a part of my generation and I wish that I could share their pain and struggle with them. This is the type of film that can really touch people and make them think about life and what they have in front of them. "Caddie's Long Walk" will definitely bring tears to your eyes.

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