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Game 6 Reviews

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November 1, 2010
was a good whole sum movie
October 23, 2010
It was good, not exelent, but good
½ September 17, 2010
I was pleasantly surprised by this flick. The movie started and it didnâ??t really seem to be going anywhere, but on the back half, the cast and story come together and produce something much deeper than I expected.
½ August 7, 2010
Decent. Nothing spectacular though. Good performance from Michael Keaton.
½ April 19, 2010
This movie is boring and never really takes off. If you know what happens in Game 6 then that excitement is another missing piece of the puzzle. The cast does a good job but the material they are given is lacking any joy.
March 31, 2010
Tried to get into it, supposed to be good, but I just couldn't.
½ February 17, 2010
this movie is noteworthy for being made for only $500,000 and just starring some excellent actors, a top-notch crew and a solid story. that's near mind-bogglingly impossible. everyone worked for nothing. unfortunately, the film didn't work for me. it would have worked well on stage where perhaps the writing would have crackled a little more, the sequences of reminiscing about (or just watching) the '86 world series could have worked in the imagination of the audience instead of just watching footage of game 6. if the production had perhaps even $2 or 3 million, the quality of the film and resources for the production would have improved enough so that the budget wouldn't distract from the story.
½ February 5, 2010
i have a feeling, if this stuck to a single tone and kept a single mood over the span of the film, this would've been better. Keaton gives a solid performance but one man alone can't save a shipwwreck. The film was all over the place, slapstick, drama, gospel preachy....if it were a play, it would've been spot on, as a movie, it's left to a 2am screening on tbs 5 years from now.
½ January 19, 2010
Una estupenda actuacion a cargo de Michael Keaton en una adaptacion de la obra de Don DeLilllo, en la que un escritor de obras de teatro y fanatico de los medias rojas de Boston, se debate entre el posible nuevo fracaso de su equipo favorito y el posible nuevo fracaso de su obra estrenada al mismo tiempo que la final. Robert Downey Jr. interpreta al critico devastador que puede acabar con la carrera del escritor.
½ November 24, 2009
Fashionating and funny dramacomedy with rich ideas in the story. Keaton is fabulous as always. Game 6 is most of all a good dialogue movie with nostalgic feeling with the baseball story in the background.
Super Reviewer
August 19, 2009
Starts off as a banal "life in the big city" story that takes too long to set the various pieces on their collision courses. When the deeper meanings do rise to the surface in the climax it feels like too little too late since nearly every preceding scene is lacklusterly timed and without urgency. Michael Keaton and Robert Downey manage to eek out performances that are admirable considering the loose script and overall lack of intellectual depth.
½ August 1, 2009
more like a filmed play, but some very good parts in the second half with very strong acting throughout.
Super Reviewer
June 29, 2009
packed with heavy hitting weight in front and behind the camera, this quirky new york piece that looks at living with lowered expectations and failure as a way of life somehow just fails to connect by that much...but still is worth a view.
½ June 26, 2009
If you're looking for a film that goes relatively nowhere for an hour and eighteen minutes, while pretending to give lots of clues that lead to nothing, then give this film a watch.

Talk about a mess of symbolism and misdirection...
June 22, 2009
Slow and pretentious. Filmed with a lack of confidence, and feels seedy despite being about pretty harmless material. Mostly boring, but mostly just not very good.
April 7, 2009
February 16, 2009
Michael Keaton's best in a long while. Two Cheers alumni, pretty good cast. Can't believe it was don for 500,000 grand
December 22, 2008
Michael Keaton is spellbinding in this tale about a playright who is not sure whether he should go to the opening of his new play or watch Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.
½ October 20, 2008
What I found interesting about this film was the fact that it felt like a short film as opposed to its long form format. Along with that I also felt Robert Downey Jr gave an entertaining performance as an eccentric theater critic. But with those two points I found nothing overall amazing about this film.
September 28, 2008
Michael Keaton as a playwright in a baseball-related plot sounds like a great idea for a movie. "Game 6" proves it doesn't have to be. No direction.
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