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The Rookie

The film follows the story of a coach who discovers that there is still time to realize those dreams. The coach performs the main league after approving the case for the high school team that will enter the playoffs
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Radio Times
May 12, 2014 This entry in the genre is a true story that is, sadly, hampered by some signposted plot developments and undernourished characters.
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July 14, 2011 Earnest, uplifting baseball melodrama
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Associated Press
May 12, 2014 Morris ultimately lasted two partial seasons in the majors, and the film's rendering of his minor-league struggle is so enjoyable you want to see more of that and less of the everyday life preceding it.
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Wall Street Journal
March 12, 2013 Until The Rookie came along, I'd forgotten how good and smart a family film can be.
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Total Film
March 12, 2013 The Rookie is shot through with star-spangled sentiment, but its light touch and "true story" origins combine to make it feelgood fun even for schmaltz-phobic Brits.
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AV Club
May 12, 2014 Though Hancock traffics in a lot of bogus small-town sentiment, The Rookie exhibits a refreshingly honest understanding of baseball as a job, with long road trips away from home and a workmanlike routine.
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New York Daily News
May 12, 2014 At two-plus hours, The Rookie is a good 20 minutes too long, but for father-son teams waiting eagerly for the umpire's "Play ball!", it's an uplifting season opener.
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New Yorker
March 12, 2013 It's Quaid and his fellow actors, Rachel Griffiths and Brian Cox, who lift the film out of its intermittent doldrums, and together they deliver that rare thing: a nuanced sports movie.
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January 22, 2013 Slow moving, even pedestrian at times, yet this Dennis Quaid vehicle strikes a lot of genuinely heartwarming moments along the way.
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IGN Movies
May 12, 2014 Refreshing and compelling.
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