A young woman reporter blames the Pittsburgh Pirates' losing streak on the obscenely abusive manager. While she attempts to learn more about him for her column, he begins hearing the voice ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Angels in the Outfield
Paul Douglas, stars with Janet Leigh, as the hot-tempered Pittsburgh Pirates manager whose hard-luck team goes on a wining streak thanks to some heavenly intervention.
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Shelley J (es) wrote: I wish Hollywood would get over the bs of making special effects thrice the volume of dialogue... but in this movie it didn't matter. The best line of dialogue was "oh" and the best acting was from a puppy who gets killed. Nice action sequences but there was nothing in the plot or the characters that tied you to the violence. Would have rather seen a movie about the hotel in the story, the continental.
Sam W (fr) wrote: a decent film. Got a few good laughs in it, one you could get away with watching with the girlfriend with the underlying love story. Ryan Dunn certainly saved his best film for last.
Nilufer R (jp) wrote: It was a cute movie I'd say. I liked the cast as well, especially the music teacher was adorable. It wasn't at all a funny movie to me, however it wasn't very sentimental either. It felt more like a family drama to me, I'd love to cry some, I just couldn't get in the mood.
Dingess (fr) wrote: Amazing. Moore's outlook on art and life are brilliant.
Rosa R (ag) wrote: Muy bien interpretada.
Frankie P (mx) wrote: LOVE this movie. I wasn't so fond of the more serious bits near the end, but overall it's worth watching over and over.
Rebecca H (ag) wrote: A bunch of useless thieves plan the perfect job. The comedy is black and the laughs are often. The characters are dumbly likeable as the poorest and most desperate of lowlifes, believable yet ridiculous. It's an entertaining romp. But there's a lot of unnecessary swearing and due to the ensemble nature and relatively short run time, it often feels like scenes are missing as character development and especially relationships jump ahead off screen. Welcome To Collinwood is perfectly enjoyable, but it's no classic. Perhaps more one to rent than own.
Kaitlyn T (br) wrote: Talk about inspirational and mind blowing. Tear jerking and had turning, jaw dropping, the world of punk couldn't have been captured any better.
Pledger F (nl) wrote: Poor acting, poor plot...even the scenery was not enough to save this movie.
Jim B (es) wrote: One of the best things ever on film!!!!
Alex V (br) wrote: The legendary movie of the "Turtles with Tails". I saw this on tv on '70's when I was a kid. I forgot the titlle but I'll remember the monsters created into laboratory..they had to win against cancer.. yes, they did.. eating human bones! Peter Cushing always the "hero" of the horror.
Issac L (ru) wrote: Billed as Antonioni's very first feature-length debut, and started his auteurism career, CRONACA DI UN AMORE revolves around a noir story about a female fatale conspiring a scheme to kill her rich husband with her ex-lover. The film is a mediocre attempt for Antonioni to ooze his budding genius, ending with a patchy denouement. The narrative goes smoothly but lingers too long with a third-party interference with a wooden detective (Gino Rossi, also the general manager of the film), then this sub-plot submerges into a void most of the subsequent running time, only resurfaces sporadically in-between, also a guilty-ridden murder case turns out just a futile storyline adornment. The cast, a new-comer Lucia Bos (whom I saw in Prague several weeks ago in an exhibition opening, I wish I had taken some photos, being an octogenarian, her dyed blue hair is drolly avant-garde) was 19 years old at year, while her rawness to impersonate an experienced temptress was feeble enough to allow the outfits eclipse her character, so as well the late Massimo Girotti, whose dashing wind coat is never outmoded even after 60 years. Emotionally poignant is a typical kick from this Italian film (sometimes it is even saccharine, but it could be the Italian style which rooted in the blood), at the age of 38, Antonioni had already acquired a great sense of enact an environmental dramatism, while dialogues are over-exploited in this one, which is too tedious and old-fashioned to be appreciated by people around my age, personally I prefer a more subtle approach, like CASABLANCA (1942) or THE BIG SLEEP (1946), yes Humphrey Bogart's distinctive charisma is the killing!
James H (de) wrote: Light and entertaining, more of a musical drama than a western. Some good singing. Fun and enjoyable.
Iain L (br) wrote: Charming and full of humour which kids will love.
Juli N (es) wrote: I was a complete and utter mess by the time the credits started rolling!