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6 out of 10
Average rating 6 out of 10 based on 2 ratings

Director: Bennett Miller
Main parts: Brad Pitt
Jonah Hill
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Robin Wright
Chris Pratt
Stephen Bishop
Brent Jennings
Ken Medlock
Tammy Blanchard
Production year: 2011
Genre: Drama
IMDB link: [LINK]
Baseball | Based On A True Story | Oakland | Sport

Plot outlinie:
The story of Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.

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2012-04-10  Niels Risgaard Hansen: 5 out of 10
Not my cup of tea.
I have no particular interest in Baseball, but I was curious to see Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill in the same movie. They both do a great performance, as do the rest of the cast, but the story is just too focused on baseball for me to get hooked. It is too bad, as it might have been a good movie portraying the working life of Bille Bane - which is inseparable I guess.
Just not my cup of tea...

2011-10-08  Peter Buchardt: 7 out of 10
I think I've seen my fair share of American Sports movies based on true stories. Stories about teams and their great glory days. This one is also one of those movies. There's only a few things to distinguish this from the rest:
1. Brad Pitt: He does a phenomenal job, and you really want things to go he's way.
2. The fact that it's only part about the sport and part about one of the many things that makes a profesional team. In this case the people that drafts players for the teams. So movie focus on this part and not the Baseball it self. Which makes it more digestable for people like me, people who don't know the game very well.

Definitely worth watching if you like the genre, but again not much different from the movies in the genre.

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