Lunchtime Movie Review

The Best of Times (1986)

Episode #82

Universal Pictures released The Best of Times on January 31, 1986. Roger Spottiswoode directed the film starring Robin Williams, Kurt Russell, and Pamela Reed.

‘The Best of Times’ Movie Summary

Jack Dundee lives in Taft, California as a meek banker. A 1972 high school football game between his school at Taft and powerhouse Bakersfield; one where Dundee drops a perfect pass from quarterback and friend Reno Hightower still haunts him. (The game ended in a tie because of the dropped pass.) While Dundee has a bright idea to replay the game, he has trouble convincing Reno and the rest of the town. Dundee then resorts to desperate measures to make the game reality.

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Universal Pictures released The Best of Times on January 31, 1986. Roger Spottiswoode directed the film starring Robin Williams, Kurt Russell, and Pamela Reed.

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