Where to Watch ‘Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game’

Biopics can be stuffy affairs at times, with the genre often associated with Oscar bait pictures and period films in which “important” stories are told with the goal of inspiring its audience to emotional, teary-eyed excess. There are times, though, when humor is allowed to live and breathe in true-life stories that are larger than life in their subjects and stories. A new such comedic biopic to be released this week is Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game (2023), a 1970s-set film in which a recently divorced and fantastically mustached writer named Roger Sharpe finds an unlikely obsession with the game of pinball.

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Author: Matthew Robert Pejkovic

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