From: alvey <alvey@is.invalid>
Subject: Re: BATTLE OF THE SEXES (no spoilers)
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From: alvey <alvey@is.invalid>
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Subject: Re: BATTLE OF THE SEXES (no spoilers)
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2018 06:57:29 +1000
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On Sun, 25 Feb 2018 14:35:19 -0500, moviePig wrote:

> Remarkable lookalike Emma Stone joins Steve Carell to recreate what may 
> be history's most famous tennis match -- in 1972, between Billie Jean 
> King and male chauvinist Bobby Riggs.  Surprisingly, the script mines 
> BATTLE OF THE SEXES for a triple entendre deeper than the title brawl. 
> Executed with amiable gusto, the movie will likely be most enjoyed by 
> those who remember something of the actual flap.  Recommended.

Sir! Sir!
Can we do some tennis puns? Please sir?

Although it served up some reasonable efforts and I believe that it'll net
the producers a tidy profit, I'm just over movies about racketeers.