Sweet, sentimental but true, 'The Perfect Game' is a nice sports film that will leave you smiling at this incredible true story. Since it is a film based off of real events, billing as predictable would be foolish. Anyone can Google the plot. Not that difficult. I will say that the movie does not soar to extraordinary heights but is helped by a charming young cast and well-paced baseball sequences. Jake T. Austin is stellar as Angel Macias and provides moments of human emotion, especially in the relationship with his father. Clifton Collins Jr. is fittingly tough and authoritative as coach Cesar Faz and Cheech Marin plays a nice moral center as Padre Esteban. This movie succeeds because it is all about the baseball and you will enjoy watching how the boys from Monterrey defied the odds at the Little League World Series.