In order to escape her isolation, wheelchair-bound Christine makes a life changing journey to Lourdes, the iconic site of pilgrimage in the Pyrenees Mountains. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In order to escape her isolation, wheelchair-bound Christine makes a life changing journey to Lourdes, the iconic site of pilgrimage in the Pyrenees Mountains.
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Philip S (it) wrote: Home Run Showdown is a "hit" for families. But it is in itself not a home run. One part Bad News Bears (the 1976 original, not the most recent remake), one part Mighty Ducks, and one part Little Giants (just on a baseball field), this story mixes the standard underdog sports story with the family split plotline that's seen in Little Giants(1994). On the surface, the comparisons to The Bad News Bears (1976) are far too obvious. Just as in that original baseball flick, a young ragtag group of baseball players is led by a washed up ex-minor leaguer to great heights. Matthew Lillard (Scooby Doo, Scooby Doo 2) fills the shoes of the late great Walter Matthau this time out. The Bad News Bears isn't the only movie from which this movie very liberally lifts. Just as Rick Moranis and Ed O'Neill went toe to toe in the pee-wee football movie, Little Giants (1994), so do Lillard and co-star Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The Adventures of Superman) here. To their credit, the feud between Joey and Rico is very believable. The sibling rivalry between these brothers is very real. There are so many families out there today who still suffer great rifts because of something that happened many years ago. And as angry as Joey gets at Rico at some points, some older audiences may just be waiting for Joey to punch out Rico.Audiences will love to hate Rico. And that audiences will so love to hate him shows that Cain did his job. At the same time, watching Joey (Lillard) grow from not caring what he was doing to really caring about the whole team will make older audiences cheer for him that much more. At the same time, his lack of drive early on will make audiences want to hit him on the head and tell him to get up just as much as the kids on his team wanted. Just as Rico made audiences hate him, Lillard's ability to garner an emotional response from viewers means that he did his job, too. In the same vein, Barry Bostwick (Spin City) is just as believable as the brothers' frustrated father.Lillard, Cain, and Bostwick did a wonderful job in this movie. The trio carried it on its own. But they weren't the only cast to make the movie worth a watch. Supporting actor Wayne Duvall was just as despicable as Commissioner Simpson. In Simpson, audiences see a man who was stuck in his old ways, doing everything he could to keep a girl off of a baseball team, and basically keep the Cubs down for his own personal biases. While he wasn't a major player in the cast, Duvall's portrayal of Simpson added that much more enjoyment to the story, as there are sadly still people like Simpson out there, too.Home Run Showdown may not be the most original sports movie ever written. But it does boast a cast that makes for a lot of heart. It makes for enough heart that it's worth at least one watch. Home Run Showdown is available in stores and online now on DVD and blu-ray.
Christal F (mx) wrote: Sad but great movie!
David Ray G (kr) wrote: Great attempt to be claimed an arthouse and a wonderful cast that gives truly fantastic performances, but having a great cast doesn't entail a great movie. I love films that are based entirely on the tragedy that each character brings and it's amazing how wonderfully developed each member of the cast is in this film. But I'm not sure it managed to reach somewhere, if it was intending to. It's highly interesting, but was it a drama? A comedy? A melodrama? Had a moral lesson hidden somewhere? Who knows? Because at the end you're still where you began from.
Ahmed J (ru) wrote: Initially it looks really interesting and the direction, editing and pacing is fantastic but the subject matter is so boring I couldn't finish an hour. Not my cup of tea but really good direction.
Judi G (jp) wrote: I saw this movie by accident thinking it was something else but now I love it and bought the dvd. A man with a God complex facing off with a man who claims to be Satan is an good plot but I mostly love the hidden gems of hints that I didn't see the first time around. Every time I watch it I discover something else I didn't pick up on before. I found, and still find it, intriguing.
elise h (au) wrote: this was a good movie. not great or all that original, but i enjoyed it.
Jason K (mx) wrote: DO I EVEN HAVE TO EXPLAIN!?
David C (ag) wrote: One of the best unintentional chicano comedies of all time ,the replay value and dialogue is memorable and made this an instant cult classic, im glad to have actually seen this in the theater when it released with my homies !!
Bryan H (jp) wrote: This was actually quite entertaining.
Jesse M (es) wrote: is this on facebook?
Simone S (es) wrote: And another Master Piece, maybe not my all time fav but it was great. I just Love the way movies back in the day. Suspenseful, thrilling and exciting...and all that without any blood and gore, any foul language or nudity. Very refreshing from today's movie making...You wanna break from it all, pick up an "old" movie and relax with it!!!
Eliabeth N (ru) wrote: It has been a while since I've had the chance to spend a morning curled up watching Ginger and Fred so this was a nice treat. Although the film wasn't the best I've ever seen by them it still had its enjoyable moments. I loved Randolph Scott as John, plus both he and Irene Dunne did very well in the leading roles. It goes without saying also that in my humble opinion any time Fred was singing or dancing it was like magic. I also loved the side story of the relationship between Ginger and Fred, I liked the fact she was prentending to be someone she wasn't and he was the only one who knew the truth, because they had been old childhood friends and had always been in love. Overall it isn't the best musical of its kind, by comparision I don't think it really comes close to some of the others. But if you take it as a film in itself it is enjoyable, and some of the dresses are beautiful - 1930s Paris designs are so elegant!
Jordan S (nl) wrote: I really want to see it but I'm just a teenager that's 18