Wild Card: The Downfall of a Radio Loudmouth


Documentary / Sport

IMDb Rating 6.2 10 164

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
October 08, 2020 at 05:50 PM



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English 2.0
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1 hr 16 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by brabon-45694 2 / 10

never heard of him

After five minutes and watching that sob christie talk about how great of a guy he is...didnt want to find out anymore about him. guys yelling on the radio isnt shocking anymore...so stop calling them shock jocks. the guy is a weak clone of mad dog russo terrestrial radio is a vast wasteland, controlled by a few conglomerates who no longer care about ratings...only coverage...so dont pound your chest about being number one getting paid 2 mil in ny radio in 2007 isnt anything to crow about either....howard stern was making more than that 20 years ago so he has an addiction that destroyed his life...welcome to the world of radio, where having an addiction has almost been a requirement wont waste your time listing off the names of jocks who have battled addiction...there isnt enough room why did hbo sports think this would be an interesting story to tell?

Reviewed by sfolla 1 / 10

Did Carton finance this?

Wow. A puff piece to make this loser a victim. Don't waste your time unless you are fan and want to excuse him.

Reviewed by hafaball-1 5 / 10

Watch only if you're interested in Craig Carton

I was a huge fan of Craig Carton on "Boomer and Carton" and was saddened by his firing and eventual arrest, so I was interested in the documentary, but unfortunately it probably wouldn't make anyone outside his fandom want to watch. The doc doesn't go into gambling as a whole enough, even romanticizes it to a point where it could hurt more than help. It does go into Carton's past traumas and downfall as the title suggests, but minimizes his prison sentence. At only 75 minutes, it's engaging enough, but the biggest drawback is Chris Christie constantly giving his 2 cents. As a New Jerseyan, he's the last person I want to see and interjects at the worst times. Hearing about Carton's traumas which led him down this path is the most heartfelt the doc gets and his new start is encouraging.

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