Moneyball shows another side of
baseball, but still makes it enjoyable.
It's more behind the scene
with the drama of winning and losing plus the chance of losing your
job if you make a bad decision.
The film is well acted from
and I don't have a single negative thing to say.
Brad Pitt delivers
the kind of performance I liked, making it all look real and
You can call this one a
peanut and popcorn show for sure.
Baseball is traditionally a
numbers, both statistically and financially.
But what happens when
you don't have the money for top players?
Then it's time to think
outside the batter's box; and that's exactly what general manager
Billy Beane did in 2001 when he hired an economics major to help him
Moneyball (based on a true story)
takes you behind the scenes of
America's great pastime, where the game is REALLY played.
well done and batters up!
The baseball movie, Moneyball starring
Brad Pitt is based on the true story of the Oakland A's 2002 season.
The film follows general
manager Billy Beane, who has very little
money to hire players, so he has to throw out some of baseball's most
fundamental assumptions and start thinking differently about people
being undervalued and get some new ideas about who's worth what.
thought the picture was one of the most detailed and realistic takes
on the game to hit the big screen.