Any Given Sunday

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Brief Synopsis: "A star quarterback gets knocked out of the game and an unknown third stringer is called in to replace him. The unknown gives a stunning performance and forces the aging coach to reevaluate his game plans and life. A new co-owner/president adds to the pressure of winning. The new owner must prove her self in a male dominated world."

Overall Ranking: 1488 (Rank from 1999: # 36)

Adjusted* Rating:
(lowest rating dropped)

Ratings Breakdown
(The Mixed Bag)

Buttery 20%
Regular 40%
Half-Popped 40%
Stale 0%
Burnt 0%


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Reviewer Rating Review Secondary Ratings
Jim Carrier85 - One of the great sports movies that I think shows the bright & dark side of professional football.
Comedy: 3
Sex Appeal: 3
Scary: 0
Rewatch: 7
Rob from GuysFilmQuest82Comedy: 2
Sex Appeal: 3
Scary: 2
Rewatch: 7
Bryan Lienesch81 - It all feels a bit 'soap opera-ish'. Football is only a side dish to this entree.
Comedy: 3
Sex Appeal: 7
Scary: 4
Rewatch: 5
Dan O'Neill55 - Oliver Stone’s “football movie” is a bit messy and some parts don’t seem like they belong at all, but Stone’s direction that captures the perfect feel of the game, and the perfect performances of the cast make this a film that any football fan can and probably will enjoy. It will just take about 2½ hours out of your day to watch it.
(full review)
Comedy: 4
Sex Appeal: 5
Scary: 1
Rewatch: 6
David Baruffi52

People Involved

  • Al Pacino (Tony DAmato)
  • Cameron Diaz (Christina Pagniacci)
  • Dennis Quaid (Jack Cap Rooney)
  • James Woods (Dr. Harvey Mandrake)
  • Jamie Foxx (Willie Beamen)
  • LL Cool J (Julian Washington)
  • Lela Rochon (Vanessa Struthers)
  • Matthew Modine (Dr. Ollie Powers)
  • Jim Brown (Montezuma Monroe)
  • Lawrence Taylor (Luther Shark Lavay)
  • Bill Bellamy (Jimmy Sanderson)
  • Andrew Bryniarski (Patrick Madman Kelly)
  • Lauren Holly (Cindy Rooney)
  • Ann-Margret (Margaret Pagniacci)
  • Aaron Eckhart (Nick Crozier)
  • Oliver Stone (Director)