Tin Cup

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Warner Bros. Released 1996

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Director:
Ron Shelton
Released:
1996
Rating:
R

Roy 'Tin Cup"McAvoy is a former golf prodigy whose ambition extends little beyond drinking beer and hanging out at the driving range that he owns. McAvoy meets Dr. Molly Griswold, a clinical psychologist looking for a golf lesson. An agreement is made to exchange therapy for golf lessons, as McAvoy needs help with his self-confidence in his attempt to qualify for the US Open. When Griswold encourages McAvoy to relax and to be himself, his game improves drastically.

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    • Production Budget - $45,000,000
      Domestic Gross - $53,854,588 (28th)
      Worldwide Gross - $75,854,588 (42nd)

      Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $99,423,855
      Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $140,039,239

    • Other Production Companies:
      Regency Enterprises

    • Filming locations include:
      Arlington, Texas
      Houston, Texas
      Kingwood, Texas
      San Francisco, California
      Tubac, Arizona
      Tucson, Arizona

    • Tagline:
      Golf pro. Love amateur.

    • Music:
      Back to Salome
      Written by Shawn Colvin
      Performed by Shawn Colvin
      Big Stick
      Written by Bruce Hornsby
      Performed by Bruce Hornsby
      Nobody There But Me
      Written by Bruce Hornsby, C. Haden & J. Hornsby
      Performed by Bruce Hornsby
      I Wonder
      Written by Chris Isaak
      Performed by Chris Isaak
      Just One More
      Written by George Jones
      Performed by George Jones with background vocals by Patty Loveless & Vince Gill
      This Could Take All Night
      Written by Steve Dorff & Linda Thompson
      Performed by Amanda Marshall
      Character Flaw
      Written by Joe Ely & Patrick Flannery
      Performed by Joe Ely

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Comedy, Drama, Sports

Themes

raunchy moments, oblivious bumbling, for sports nuts, making ends meet, Love & Romance