Moneyball – a Hit Even with Non Sports Fans

Posted on Tuesday, 18th October 2011 @ 11:21 PM by Text Size A | A | A

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Daniel Menegaz, our 13-year-old film critic loved Moneyball, even
though he admits, he's not a big sports fan. Here are his comments: 

Moneyball is the invigorating true story about the rise of the Oakland
A's —a baseball team with a tiny budget. Starring Brad Pitt as Billy
Beane and Jonah Hill as Peter Brand, the duo try to re-invent the game
of baseball by using a new way of recruiting players. The movie was
serious at times, but the comic relief is very funny. I thought it was
really clever when they used real footage of baseball games in the
film, as well as recreating games. The acting was also spot on.
Considering I'm not the biggest baseball fan, this movie was actually
really good. It is rated PG- 13 for some profanity but, aside from
that, all of the subject matter is appropriate for kids as young as
ten. Over all, I would give Moneyball 4 out of 5 stars.

View his video review here.

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