Release Date: Sep 25, 2004 Wide
Average Rating: 3/5
User Ratings: 189
Few figures in professional baseball had a career quite like Pete Rose -- and practically no one who climbed so high fell so hard. Rose made his major-league debut playing second base with the Cincinnati Reds in 1963; nicknamed "Charlie Hustle" for his daringness and enthusiasm over the course of his career, Rose played in eighteen All-Star games, earned three World Series rings, broke Ty Cobb's record for career hits, and in 1975 was named Sportsman of the Year by both Sports Illustrated and
Sep 25, 2004 Wide
Mar 29, 2005
[Sizemore's] performance can best be summed up as Al Pacino by way of Moe from The Three Stooges.
[Pete Rose] may not deserve our fullest sympathy, but he certainly deserves better than this.
Perhaps one day someone will make a truly even-keeled movie about the life of Pete Rose ... but this flick doesn't even come close.
Sizemore beira perigosamente a caricatura, enquanto Bogdanovich conduz a narrativa de forma tristemente burocrática. Ainda assim, é uma boa história.
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