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Current Rating: 4.06

Current Rating: 4.06

based on 774 votes and 200 reviews

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  • 5 stars I loved this movie. I remember the year that the A's set that record and it was interesting to see how that season came together. I'm sure there was a dash of 'hollywood' thrown in with the facts, but who cares! The acting was great by everyone. My parents saw it too, the loved it too, and they never watch baseball and would have no clue about any of the characters or the team or anything!
  • 5 stars i loved this movie based on a true story. against all odds, a coach finds a new way to select players for his major league baseball team on a small budget and surprises the world with his success
  • 4 stars wonderful movie. great performances. great script. see it. p.s. jonah hill should have won the oscar
  • 5 stars jonah hill is the best thing ever that happened to brad pitt in this movie. all eyes are on him. the performance of his carrear.
  • 3 stars decent movie, but i don't think brad pitt was that great in it..jonah hill deserves more credit for his exellent performance.
  • 4 stars It was a good movie. I would recommend it.
  • 4 stars You don't have to be a sports fan to enjoy this film. Great acting, great storyline. The baseball fan may notice a few factual errors, but aside from that I entirely enjoyed it.
  • 2 stars a bit boring, and I'm a baseball fan.
  • 3 stars I thought Brad Pitt is not worthy of an Ocscar nom. It was an interesting movie even for someone like me who hates baseball (but loves Brad Pitt).
  • 5 stars I really hate sports movie but Brad Pitt had me at Let's Play Ball.


Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  134 min.
Release Date: September 23, 2011
DVD: January 10, 2012

Current rating: Rating: 4.06
based on 774 votes and 200 reviews
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Cast: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris Pratt

Inspiration: Billy Beane