Everyone's Hero Reviews
If you want an underdog story you don't put the HERO in with the Yankees!!
plus you don't make it predictable like everyone else does, I mean its the same formula EVERY SINGLE TIME, said hero goes and has some speical gift and actually meets and plays with his favorite team they go all the way to the finals and something happens with they're relationships in someway so they strike out a couple times until they get a speach by a friend of some kind be it human or "animated baseball Bat" they get their confidence back and win it for the FREAKING TEAM whoopee freaking DOO!
I hate these so called "feel good team" movies because they're SO predictable and now it makes me want to puke now a days because the are all the same movies with different charactors!!
The humor is okay but a little to modern for the time period. There is some violence but it is similar to what you would see in a Looney toon cartoon.
I did not realize this was a film produced and conceived by Christopher Reeves. He died while this film was made. His wife Dana was also the original voice of the mother but after her death, another voice is used. I could not tell the difference and it was not until the credits that I realized it was two voices.