A No-Hit No-Run Summer
Martin is 12 years old and dreams of playing on the neighbourhood baseball team. When he doesn’t make the cut, his father steps in and organizes a B team. Father and son spend a summer full of hope and disappointment, surprises and foul balls.
- Stars:Patrice Robitaille, Pier-Luc Funk, Jacinthe Laguë, Roy Dupuis, Peter Batakliev, Frédérique Dufort, Phillip Jarrett, Guy-Daniel Tremblay, Guy Thauvette, Victor Desjardins, Stéphan Allard, Steve Asselin, Francine Beaudry, Kevin Bergeron, Étienne Bouchard-Dauphin,
- Director:Francis Leclerc,
- Writer:Marc Robitaille (screenplay)
Martin is 12 years old and dreams of making the neighbourhood baseball team. When he gets cut, his father steps in and together they spend a summer full of hope and disappointment, line drives and foul balls. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A No-Hit No-Run Summer torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Michel Keaton is his typical Michael Keaton self that just has me waiting to see if he breaks into Beetlejuice fully as I see hints of it almost always. The story and the person he is playing is very interesting to watch, he swings from good guy to bad guy with ease and is fun to watch Keaton do so with humor and charm.
(us) wrote: Genuinely cracked me up.
(it) wrote: As boring as watching grass grow. I also thought acting was poor and some stereotypes were over-the-top. Neither my partner nor I managed to watch it until the end.
(kr) wrote: What can I say, it was kinda sappy, surprising ending and yes....I cried a little
(us) wrote: Very gritty, realistic docu-drama set in the favelas of Rio. Also an American dream type structure with its main protagonist as the poor man made good.
(gb) wrote: A must see for every Performing Arts Kid.
(jp) wrote: funny high school comedy. when it came out, it was one of my favorite comedies. it feels a little out-dated but still very enjoyable. there are some goofy parts where it seems kind of cartoony and over the top, but i mostly find it funny. stiffler is a good example, he sometimes overdoes it but he makes me laugh a lot. lots of great omg moments, i remember getting owned the first time i watched them. (about 5 viewings)
(jp) wrote: Some great names (some before their stardom bloomed) are roped into a low budget hand-cam movie that is irritating it its low-fi approach and wears the audience patience down in the first 10 minutes with wobbly, sea-sick inducing visuals and bland confused script.
(ca) wrote: I am honestly shocked that this is rated so low i have grown up watching this every year not a single person in my generation doesn't know and love this movie
(br) wrote: Odd in places, but strangely compelling. Would rather watch this than Blair Witch any day.
(ru) wrote: Film was fine even though it had some flaws and decent acting. B.
(it) wrote: OMMFG! This was one of the two Godzilla's that never made it to DVD back when I was building my 32+ Godzilla DVD collection 6 or 7 years ago, the other being Godzilla 1985, which I'm still desperately hoping they will eventually bring to DVD. But recently I was browsing cheap Blu-ray's at Walmart and found a Blu-ray / DVD combo pack containing, Godzilla Vs. Biollante, Monster & Mega Shark Vs Giant Octopus (which I have THREE copies of now, lol. Sooooo worth the duplicate of MS V GO and the price tag of under $10!
(ru) wrote: Beautiful people are stupid as hell, the killer's weapon is a giant safety pin..... The ending was stupid, just to remind you what a terrible movie you have watched