Eh. Not Disney's best effort. An interesting story but the movie itself was not really attention grabbing.
Not appropriate for children - sexual content.
Only okay. The book was better. Film simplified & have less drama
Mostly entertaining and heartfelt--I have mixed feelings politically: the tenacious, culturally insensitive investment dude making money off the Indian boys, and so forth. The movie focuses on HIS development and overdue maturation while ignoring in large part those of the boys, and especially of his tenant gf. A good story that is treated in a shallow manner. It's Disney!
This is a 2014 American baseball docudrama directed by Craig Gillespie and produced by Walt Disney Pictures, based on the true story of baseball pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel who were discovered by sports agent J. B. Bernstein after winning a reality show competition in India.
Sharp, slickly produced addition to the Disney sports movie, this film works as both a stirring underdog tale and as a revealing look at the expanding global footprint of the American sports-entertainment machine.
Yet, this drama will give you a gripping and heart-warming satisfaction at the end.
One of the standard sports plots. Not terribly interesting.
Excellent, on the level with Slumdog Millionaire.
Very good film with superb acting.
Very touching and very good
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