In a film that feels more like a TV series than a theatrical release, Kevin Costner plays Sonny, general manager of the Cleveland Browns. It’s draft day, and Sonny has some big decisions to make after he trades away his future for the No. 1 pick, much to the dismay of his head coach (Denis Leary). This is all happening after Sonny finds out he’s having a baby with a member of his staff (Jennifer Garner), and shortly after the death of his dad. Directed by Ivan Reitman, who usually helms straight comedies, this is a more dramatic offering from the guy who gave us Ghostbusters. If there’s a big problem here, it is that we watch Sonny go through all of this stuff on draft day and never get to see the fruits of his labor. The film ends after the draft day is finished, and we never get to see the team play. I’m doubting there will be a Draft Day 2, so I’m thinking this would’ve worked better as an HBO series or something like that. Still, Costner is good in the role and Reitman has constructed something that is entertaining, while not altogether groundbreaking.