I hate to write reviews on movies, however, I have a thing or two to say about this one. First of all, this was an amazing performance by young master J. Michael Moncrief. I was extraordinarily impressed by this young man's acting! Mr. Will Smith was also at peak, but then again, when isn't he? Of course, the fact that Mr. Robert Redford was the director on this film brings it all together! Ms. Charlize Theiron was okay, she dropped the "Savannah" part of her accent more than a few times, as did Mr. Matt Damon, but that one's a hard one to hold onto! Especially if you weren't born to it! I'm not a fan of golf, and honestly couldn't care less about the game, it was Mr. Smith's acting that drew me in to watch "The Legend of Bagger Vance." I still couldn't give a gooses egg for golfing, but enjoyed this movie thoroughly. The cinematography was lush and vibrant, enough so that I felt engaged in every part of the film, from the horrific World War 1 scenes to the very end, when I was grinning ear to ear. In the end, of course, the movie wasn't about golf so much as finding oneself, learning to forgive oneself, and being able to move forward in your life. It was all very "Zen." I will be back to watch this movie again and again, since I've found it worth adding to my collection. I hope anyone who reads this review, will enjoy the movie as much as I have!