HUSTLE – Review by T.J. Callahan

Adam Sandler is trying to pull one over on us in Hustle. The 5’9” out of shape funny man is playing a former basketball player at Temple — #22, the Double Deuce, who’s career ended after an unfortunate accident stopped him from hooping and left him to forge a rather lengthy career as a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers, Hustle is fast paced, predictable and crowd pleasing. The Waterboy finally grew up to be the coach. He turns up the witty charm despite having no chemistry with Latifah, who plays his wife.

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THE HOUSE THAT ROB BUILT – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

The House That Rob Built, released this month at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, pays loving tribute to retired University of Montana women’s basketball coach Robin Selvig. Fans of women’s basketball – and the university’s Lady Griz in particular – no doubt will enjoy the plunge into history. But other viewers might find that the accomplishments of Selvig and the women he coached bounce by too fast to absorb the emotional impact.

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