Moneyball
Moneyball

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- 76/100 based on 304,814 votes
  • Released: 2011
  • Runtime: 133 mins
  • Director: Bennett Miller
  • Studio: Columbia Pictures
  • Genres: Drama

Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.... (Full plot summary below)

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Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.

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Toronto Star - 10/10 by Peter Howell Pitt and Hill make Beane and Brand seem like the year's most intriguing couple, bringing deep shades of humour and pathos to their characters that help make Moneyball more than just another sports or baseball movie.
MediaMikes - 10/10 by Michael A. Smith Miller, who earned a Best Director Academy Award nomination for "Capote," keeps the tone of the film flowing seamlessly. He works in archival footage brilliantly, giving the game sequences almost a documentary feel.
Chicago Tribune - 10/10 by Michael Phillips Everything in Beane's story and in "Moneyball" could've been rendered dull or sappy or both by a lesser director. It is, at heart, about a man out to redeem himself.
Wall Street Journal - 10/10 by Joe Morgenstern Never before, though, have statistics added up to such electrifying entertainment. After the mostly minor-league productions of recent months, this movie, which was directed by Bennett Miller, renews your belief in the power of movies.
Capital Times (Madison, WI) - 10/10 by Rob Thomas It's the best baseball movie since "Bull Durham."
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Roger Ebert A smart, intense and moving film that isn't so much about sports as about the war between intuition and statistics. I walked in knowing what the movie was about, but unprepared for its intelligence and depth.
NUVO Newsweekly - 10/10 by Edward Johnson-Ott Moneyball looks like an underdog sports movie, but it veers away from the path usually followed by films of the genre. My suggestion is that you set aside any preconceptions and just go with the flow.
Columbus Alive - 10/10 by Brad Keefe Moneyball is a great sports movie, yes, but it will also cross audiences. It's one of the year's finest.
Chicago Reader - 10/10 by J.R. Jones The real protagonist of Moneyball, however, is Beane himself, played with great charisma by Brad Pitt. (With this movie and "The Tree of Life" competing against each other, Pitt could wind up cheating himself out of an Oscar this year.)
OK! Magazine - 10/10 by Phil Villarreal There's no reason Moneyball should be remotely watchable, let alone freaking amazing, which it surely is
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 10/10 by Colin Covert Pitt's Beane is as original a character as I've seen in a baseball drama.
San Diego Reader - 10/10 by David Elliott Brad Pitt is at the top of his own game as Beane. Cocky and often nonchalant, he is gnawed by doubts that he tries to cover by grabbing a snack or pitching a grin.

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