Any Given Sunday

Theatrical Release: December 22, 1999
Any Given Sunday
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Synopsis

It’s a football movie, folks, complete with an aging coach (Al Pacino) at odds with the beautiful, young, female owner (Cameron Diaz), while the self-absorbed quarterback (Jamie Foxx) begins to outshine the over-the-hill captain of the team. An explosive, volatile look behind the scenes of major league football, with the explanation that unlike life, the sport is pure.
The coach struggles to remain true to the ideals that drew him to the sport, as the ambitious young owner of the team pressures him to view the players as property in a high-stakes business. The destinies of the leads reach a climax in the playoff season.

Dove Review

Content Description

Much profanity and obscenity throughout; the violence consists of football bump-and- tackles; we see a character vomit several times; drug and alcohol abuse; arguments based on race relations; several raucous parties; sexuality; scantily clad women; male frontal nudity as the female owner enters the men’s locker room; a rap song repeating the N-word.

Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Writer: John Logan and Oliver Stone
Director: Oliver Stone
Producer: Lauren Shuler Donner, Clayton Townsend, Dan Halste
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 160 min.
Industry Rating: R