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  1. PFL's rating of the film Moneyball

    In the hands of another director, "Moneyball" might have become a sentimental and predictable piece of work, but with his measured approach Bennett Miller once again proves himself to be one of the most engaging filmmakers working in America today. Brad Pitt - clearly relishing the intelligent and uncompromising screenplay - is also on excellent form, whilst smart editing lends the movie further class.

  2. Bernardo Crastes's rating of the film Moneyball

    I quite enjoyed watching Brad Pitt throwing things around and being caustic as fuck. I also enjoyed being spoonfed all of the predictable plot elements.

  3. janh24's rating of the film Moneyball

    Schmaltzy mono-gendered affair, but there's no doubting those central performances.

  4. UnbrandedFilms's rating of the film Moneyball

    Th editing was a little lazy and used same clips for different scenes, but solid story and good acting.

  5. First Lady Dré's rating of the film Moneyball

    enjoyed the book and now the film but still don't like baseball

  6. Ayesha Casely-Hayford's rating of the film Moneyball

    "How can you not be romantic about baseball?" I never watch sport that line means nothing to me but this film is awesome. Gripped. The soundtrack alone is enough. It's about people breaking out their shells, being born anew, growing wings and getting strength to fly. Beautiful portrayal of these people, home run by all. Respect to Brad Pitt, greatness.

  7. Lia Ferraro's rating of the film Moneyball

    Quite an american film... Particularly boring for not baseball fans.

  8. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film Moneyball

    A film about sport AND maths, and it ends up being a damn good yarn. Knowledge of baseball may help, but it's not essential to understanding the main thrust of the story. The leads all do great work.

  9. Carl Penguin's rating of the film Moneyball

    baseball never seemed so interesting to me until this movie

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  11. Philippe P. Marchetti's rating of the film Moneyball

    One of the best sports movie. Even if you don't know anything about baseball or that you don't care about baseball you can like it. Brad pitt gives a very strong performance & so does Jonah Hill. Miller once again makes a great movie. Won't change you but you'll have a good time in front of it.

  12. Nelson Núñez's rating of the film Moneyball

    Un guión sólido, aunque algo predecible, sirve de soporte a una película efectiva y sorprendentemente sobria para el canon hollywoodense contemporáneo. En la mejor tradición de filmes como Rocky y The Bad News Bears en lo que se refiere a la relativización del triunfo y el fracaso en el mundo de los deportes y la condición humana en general.

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  15. smndvdcl's rating of the film Moneyball

    Hypothesises how managerial decisions based on statistical data can have far-reaching implications on a sporting team. The impersonal nature of this practice might be frowned upon on a pastoral level, but as a template for a certain type of empirical success, it is compelling. Pitt and Hill share a tag-team-chemistry rarely found in contemporary Hollywood cinema. Excellent.

  16. auloel's rating of the film Moneyball

    "It's hard not to be romantic about baseball."

  17. Ethan's rating of the film Moneyball

    This is not your typical sports film but it works just the same. It is a very engaging film and probably the lightest of Bennett Miller's filmography.

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  19. James Mackin's rating of the film Moneyball

    Who'd've thought baseball could be interesting?

  20. Bram Vroonland's rating of the film Moneyball

  21. Bayu Oktavianto's rating of the film Moneyball

  22. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Moneyball

  23. ari_jay's rating of the film Moneyball

    Moneyball soars in its seemingly organic ability to entertain us via a combination of 2 typically mutually exclusive subjects: sports & economics, record breakers & defeated losers, progression & stagnation, the romance of baseball & the commodification of Americas favorite. It's within this fine line where Sorkin & Miller are able to excite, challenge, and deeply provoke us via this baseball movie with calculators.

  24. Te Pe's rating of the film Moneyball

    Far better than Trouble with the Curve.

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