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MOVIE TRAILER REVIEW
The Way Back
Releasing: March 2020
Director: Gavin O'Connor
Written: Brad Ingelsby (screenplay), Gavin O'Connor
Stars: Ben Affleck, Janina Gavankar, Hayes MacArthur
The Way Back is a sports drama movie written and directed by Gavin O’Connor (Warrior) starring Ben Affleck as a former basketball phenom, struggling with alcoholism, who is offered a coaching job. As the team starts to win, he may have a reason to confront his old demons and gain redemption for his past misgivings.
In a world full of remakes, sequels and comic book genre films; The Way Back is definitely a movie I can get into. Teaming up for a second time, following 2016’s The Accountant, O’Connor and Affleck spearhead this sports drama movie which is more than it appears on the surface.
Affleck plays Jack Cunningham, a former Basketball star turned alcoholic, who struggles with his former demons. However he is given a second chance, when he’s offered a coaching position, with a rag-tag group of kids with little discipline or tolerance.
Given Affleck’s own struggles with addiction this must be a sensitive subject matter and could clearly bring back the demons from that period in his life; but equally what better person to play such a character than someone that has been through the same experiences. He will definitely be able to lean into those experiences when bringing the character to life and I predict we’ll get a very raw and honest portrayal from him.
When it comes to the story/premise for the film, regarding the issues and struggles surrounding addiction abuse, it's not the first time we have seen a film tackle this sensitive subject. Centering the film around sports is interesting, as the competitive sports world brings with it its own pressures and struggles; so marrying the two together will be interesting to see how they pull it off and if it does justice to the story. But given O’Connor’s precedence when it comes to drama centric sports movies with his amazing work on Warrior; I have little doubt or worry that we’ll get a fantastic movie.