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I thought this was another Eastwood-made movie, but it's actually from a first time writer, and a director whose credits are all as Clint's assistant director.
Why do you call them entitled? It's not how I usually see it used, so I'm curious.
Gus talks to himself (and his penis)
Lots of negative comments in this thread. But I do want to see this movie.
If I was a director, making a great baseball movie would be one of my ambitions. I don't know how you do it, but I'm sure it's possible.
Kubrick never got around to the sports movie did he?
It's been done, though... Bull Durham is a great baseball movie (despite protestations that it's really a romance with a baseball backdrop). Any movie that makes Robert Wuhl watchable is by its very definition great.
That one decade brought us movies such as The Natural, Bull Durham, Eight Men Out and Field of Dreams.
I should have been more specific, but what I meant was, I would try to make a great baseball film where the action on the field is the focus. There are definitely baseball movies that I like. I want to see a baseball film that does something like Raging Bull did, where the actual sport is filmed in a beautiful and exciting manner.
Pete Browning was the uncle of his favorite director Todd Browning.
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