(DVD - 2012 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.

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The story of Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.
Statement of Responsibility: Columbia Pictures presents ; Michael de Luca Productions ; a Scott Rudin, Michael de Luca, Rachael Horovitz production ; a film by Bennett Miller ; produced by Michael de Luca, Rachael Horovitz, Brad Pitt ; story by Stan Chervin ; screenplay by Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin ; directed by Bennett Miller
Title: Moneyball
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. :, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment,, [2012]
Country of Producing Entity: United States
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 133 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.
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Report This Mar 12, 2014
  • dollfacecrafter rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

I wasn't really that interested in watching this even though I like Brad Pitt for the most part and I like baseball, a friend recommended that I watch this, since we just saw The Wolf of Wall Street and I though Jonah Hill has come along way since SuperBad........anyways I ended up liking this movie, the acting was great all around, to the baseball players (David Justice, whoa! hot!) and Brad, Jonah & PSH, all did a great job. great ending.

Report This Jan 30, 2014
  • Palomino rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

I don't like sports, but I liked the movie. It's not a party movie, it's pretty slow and about character.

Report This Nov 25, 2013
  • pokano rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

Not a great movie, although the acting was fine. The person you'll fall in love with is Billy Beane's little girl. I was offended by the way the movie treated the 20th game in the A's winning streak: you would have thought the survival of humanity was at stake, and I'm a huge baseball fan and season ticket holder. Maybe I didn't like this movie because although I see the value of sabremetrics, I don't think it's the end all, be all. How can Beane say defense doesn't count? Tell me how many World Series he's won at Oakland!

I'm not a fan of baseball or Brad Pitt---to say the least but the comments and reviews were so good I finally gave it a try. I had the 'o.k. show me why this is so good'---but it did. A very enjoyable movie that did not pull any of the expected gimmicks I'd have expected. I like Michael Lewis writing on finance but could not see how he could make baseball interesting---but I felt baseball was only the vehicle for a larger story.

I saw the movie and I had liked it this is based on a true story this is for baseball players to watch even coaches and umpires this is not for children to watch

Report This Jun 24, 2013
  • Josanna rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

I have mixed feelings about this film. There is a lot of "just talking" instead of action so it feels almost more like a documentary than a movie, and if one is not really into baseball it's hard to keep up the interest, but the story and acting is good.

Fantastic movie. Shows how determination and team should work together. He found one visionary person who help him reach his goal and change how baseball organisations start working from now on.

Report This Jun 08, 2013
  • neonkc rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

very good

I mtoo enjoyed the movie. It doesn't take a real baseball fan to realize the tema's succes probably had more to do with big 3 pitchers Tejada and Chavez rather that Hatteberg at 1st base. Oh well poetic license.

Report This Jan 29, 2013
  • AuntJane rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

My husband and I both enjoyed this movie. Good story, good movie. Being a Boston fan it was fun to see Fenway towards the end!

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Report This Apr 18, 2013
  • sky123 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

John: And every time that happens, whether it's the government or a way of doing business or whatever it is, the people are holding the reins, have their hands on the switch. They will bet you're crazy. I mean, anybody who's not building a team right and rebuilding it using your model, they're dinosaurs. They'll be sittin' on their ass on the sofa in October, watch the Boston Red Sox win the world series.

Report This Apr 18, 2013
  • sky123 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

John: For forty one million, you built a playoff team. You lost Damon, Giambi, Isringhausen, Pena and you won more games without them than you did with them. You won the exact same number of games that the Yankee's won, but the Yankee's spent one point four million per win and you paid two hundred and sixty thousand. I know you've taken it in the teeth out there, but the first guy through the wall. It always gets bloody, always. It's the threat and not just the way of doing business, but in their minds it's threatening the game. But really what it's threatening is their livelihoods, it's threatening their jobs, it's threatening the way that they do things.

Report This Apr 18, 2013
  • sky123 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Billy Beane: Baseball hates him. John: I know. Baseball...baseball kinda hated me and all. One of the great things about money is that it buys a lot of things. One of which is the luxury to disregard what baseball like, doesn't like, what baseball think, doesn't think.

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