The Phantom of the Open


Comedy Drama Sport

The film The Phantom of the Open recounts the inspiring true story of Maurice Flitcroft, an inexperienced man who enters the prestigious 1976 Open golf championship, ultimately becoming a beloved underdog and demonstrating the significance of pursuing dreams and overcoming challenges. The Phantom of the Open is a 2021 English-language Comedy Drama film featuring Rhys Ifans and Sally Hawkins. The Phantom of the Open is written by Simon Farnaby and directed by Craig Roberts. The Phantom of the Open was released on 18th March 2022. The Phantom of the Open was made on a budget of $70 million and at the box office it grossed only $3 million.
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Release Date18 MAR 2022
Budget$ 70 MILLION



Comedy , Drama , Sport

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Average Review Rating : positive


Positive Review Rating : 77%

    • Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

      Besides offering plenty of laughs, The Phantom of the Open delivers a ethically provocative portrait of the spiritual way of failure. ( Read More )
    • Luke Goodsell

      Rylance connects to the contradictions in Maurices childlike mind, to his dreamy optimism and his neglect of responsibility elements that the film hints at but cant quite reconcile, because its too enamoured with its warm blanket world view. ( Read More )
    • James Croot

      A feel good flick for the whole family, one that features a terrific soundtrack of 70s and 80s hits, some brilliantly executed set pieces and one liners and a fabulous supporting cast that also includes Rhys Ifans, Ian Porter and Mark Lewis Jones. ( Read More )
    • Keith Garlington

      How can you not love Mark Rylance, who always manages to find roles tailor made for his strengths. Hes such a treat here and you cant help but to fall under his spell, regardless of how silly or sappy things may get. ( Read More )
    • Jake Wilson

      This too could be hilarious, if we werent being invited to accept the character at face value as the salt of the earth. As things stand, hes fascinating but not entirely human at least, not as human as Paddington Bear. ( Read More )
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