Aging baseball star who goes by the nickname, Mr. 3000, finds out many years after retirement that he didn't quite reach 3,000 hits. Now at age 47 he's back to try and reach that goal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aging baseball star who goes by the nickname, Mr. 3000, finds out many years after retirement that he didn't quite reach 3,000 hits. Now at age 47 he's back to try and reach that goal.
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FoxxPix P (es) wrote: Just the fight choreography is enough to keep my disinterest peaked.
Alisha T (ru) wrote: Simple, but so very powerful and inspiring. Everyone needs to watch this.
Deepak M (kr) wrote: Incredibly funny documentary about one man's quest to add the one elusive exhibit to his one-of-a-kind museum.
Mike W (ca) wrote: It's cool to see a new era with new characters and a new place!
Mandela W (ca) wrote: France is a unique city with a unique culture. It is also home to what many call the city of love Paris. So its only fitting that Something like Blue is the warmest color take place there. One of the most extensive, honest, real romance stories one can see in this decade of the 2010's. Lea Seydoux, and Adele excharpolous bring to life two women who teach each other about love, life and happiness. Director abdellatif Kechiche gives viewers one incredible story. The movie begins with Adele as a young teenager who does well in school but doesn't quite know who she truly is. At the same time her sexual desires are flaring at an alarming rate. She tries out a relationship with a guy which doesn't work out but then one day she meets a blue haired girl named emma who changes her life. The movie explores their relationship and all the trials and tribulations that come with it as they both come of age. Kechiche brings to life this story that is raw but done in an honest fashion. Through his writing in this script and his directing, he shows every bit of what makes desire, freedom, love and passion, and heartbreak so important in everyone's lives. he even sprinkles in some philosophy and extensionalism in here to show that's a bit more than just a lesbian romance film. There are so many motifs in here such as Blue, Food, music, and of course sexuality and all its forms.adele exharplous performance is incredible! she has this incredibly genuine look of curiosity that she nails everytime. She showcases a true coming of age with her character and takes us on a slow but meaningful journey into the teenage angst and later full grown woman-hood. she is a young French beauty looking to define herself in some kind of way and it was breath taking to see. lea seydoux is outstanding! her acting was subtle but their purpose behind every facial experession the tone of voice and how she provided a unique and colorful aura of mystery to this woman. Blue is an alluring color and she is the embodiment of that here. Like adele she also is looking to have a fulfilling life. The breakup scene is the standout for her here. this is without a doubt seydoux best role of her career so far. For me it was a beautiful display of French culture and why its one of the most romantic places in the world. The film is sexy, and intoxicating at times to watch. despite its 3 hour time limit the director hooks you with excellently timed moments that are crucial to the plot. it remded me of boyhood a bit as we see these ladies go from being girls to women in a methodically paced story. its very artsy too especially with all the closeup shots. The scene were adele and emma are together and looking at each other you can paint a distinct picture and can use over a thousand words to describe what they are feeling and iminating towards each other.This ladies and gentlemen is a really solid French picture, one of the best I've ever seen from the country.
Low S (jp) wrote: Top notch documentary!
Wil R (mx) wrote: Portrays most "Christians" as fools and most married men as having sex with other men.
Raven R (it) wrote: I think I've seen this one before...
bill s (us) wrote: DDDDDUUUUUUUUULLLLLLLLLL>
pamela b (ag) wrote: IT WAS A GREAT MOVIE.
Tom B (it) wrote: Lovely performances by Frances O'Connor, Simon Baker & Gregory Smith. Story of how choices affect lives, but little to let us know why the key choice was made. Nice score.
Donald T (fr) wrote: One of the funniest movies ever. Stupid but not dumb.
Emily M (nl) wrote: haha, I remember when this came into Movie Gallery when I worked there. Nobody rented it and it looked like shit.
Dan R (jp) wrote: Beautifully filmed with a few stand out scenes. But I have to say this is one of the dullest films I've ever seen. The Color Purple was robbed of Best Picture.
Christopher B (kr) wrote: This movie is SO funny!! Great casting but John M. really makes me smile.
Celest U (it) wrote: "Is this Tony Stank"? Terrible writing. Is that suppose to be funny?