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As the fortunes of the Twins improve to put them in hot contention for the pennant, Little Big League gains a certain excitement. In setting out its personal stories, however, the screenplay and direction offer strictly minor-league material.
Passably entertaining for the "Boy's Life" crowd
Forgettable in every way. The kids-in-big-leagues theme is thankfully dead for now.
Another useless addition to a jam-packed genre
The first third or so of Little Big League is warm and winning - and has some big laughs. But as it progresses, the drama becomes more sentimental and stagnant, and the film begins to drag.
This is good, hilarious and clever family baseball movie since The Sandlot. There were plenty of funny scenes that adults, rather than children, could relate to. It was well done and well acted.
Man I just erased my review for this movie, it was a good one too. Talking about how this movie focuses on the technical side of baseball rather than making a spoof cheesy film like Rookie of the Year, which is still enjoyable. Hollywood loved baseball movies in the early to mid nineties. This movie was the least popular because it relied on the analysis of the game, and most people nowadays don't like baseball. I liked this movie more because it took a smart serious take on sports movies.
This movie had a lot of funny parts in it, and made for a classic-baseball family film. The actors were fairly well, and you cant beat Griffey being in it.
But really it carried out way too long, and could of been written better. It's still worth watching for a mid 90s movie though.
good family flick
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