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Sentimental and light, but still thoroughly charming, A League of Their Own is buoyed by solid performances from a wonderful cast.
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| Top Critics (15)
| Fresh (49)
| Rotten (14)
| DVD (10)
League wants you to laugh more than anything else, and Hanks makes sure that you will.
Though amusing enough to avoid absolutely drowning in schmaltz, it's sad to see a film with potential lose its way in the late innings.
What does it say about today's Hollywood when the most interesting character in a movie about a women's baseball team turns out to be a man?
Few of the other performers make an impression. A director who can lose Madonna in a crowd can't be said to appreciate charisma.
This movie aims for the tear ducts and the funny bone as ruthlessly as the big action-fantasy hits go after the viscera.
Hits about .250 with a few RBI, but more than its share of strikeouts.
It is gentle, weepy and mostly inoffensive, with an ending which celebrates old people.
If you isolate the performances and compare them to baseball cards, there isn't a dud destined to be traded or clipped to the spokes of a bicycle wheel.
A League of Their Own is a bright idea that turns into a pile of mush.
25 years later, director Penny Marshall's A League Of Their Own remains that rare thing: a sports movie with female characters to look up to.
A League of Their Own is about looking back on a special time in your life. That doesn't have to be sports.
If, as Jimmy famously tells us, there's no crying in baseball, there's plenty of it in baseball nostalgia.
So glad to finally see such an iconic piece of Evansville history! Bosse Field, America's third oldest ballpark, plays the home of the Racine Belles, and boy does she nail it!
A light-hearted story with a marginally-talented cast (e.g., Madonna, Rosie O'Donnell, Jon Lovitz, Lori Petty, Geena Davis -- not real powerhouse actors). Tom Hanks seems to be the center of gravity in this film -- but then again, he's the only one who's really pulling off the whole "acting" thing. Despite its flaws, it's a thoroughly enjoyable film with a great soundtrack.
You know you're watching something special when even Madonna does a good acting job. A highly enjoyable drama-comedy, that not only strikes a blow for gender equality and women in sports, but is also incredibly funny. I've never had much interest in baseball (watching it that is, because I do love playing it) and yet this movie had me very entertained. And if that doesn't say something about how fun it is, I don't know what will.
Wow probably the longest urinating scene in movie history from Tom Hanks which is just funny! :)
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, its a unique and funny, sweet comedy that i enjoyed greatly! A great cast and well acted! Im not a huge fan of sprt related movies but this is clearly in 'a league of its own!' A Remarkably entertaining movie to enjoy !
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