|Thomas McCarthy Director||previously directed The Visitor|
Mike Flaherty, wrestling coach and lawyer takes a new kid at school under his wing, and the two relate and live with their problems.
|Paul Giamatti||Mike Flaherty|
|Alex Shaffer||Kyle Timmons|
|Amy Ryan||Jackie Flaherty|
|Bobby Cannavale||Terry Delfino|
|Burt Young||Leo Poplar|
|Melanie Lynskey||Cindy Timmons|
|Alan Aisenberg||Peter Vigman|
|See Full Credits|
Win Win received overwhelmingly positive reviews, scoring a 75 on Metacritic and a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes. It also had a successful limited run, earning over $10 million in the US alone.
Win Win was nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the Critic's Choice Awards, which is the largest and most prestigious awards given by film critics. It lost to Midnight in Paris.
|blog||My Picks for the Ten Best Movies of 2011||VioletEyedDragon|
|blog||UK Box Office Report: 27/5/11 - 29/5/11||jackanderson|
|review||Win Win (4 out of 5)||OhHiMovie|
|blog||UK Box Office Report: 20/5/11 - 22/5/11||jackanderson|
|blog||The Month In Movies UK: May 2011||jackanderson|
|news||Hop Craps Jelly Beans All Over Source Code and Insidious, and Other Box Office News||Alex|
|news||Limitless Has Limited Success, Paul Gets a Nerd Wedgie and Other Box Office News||Alex|