Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Little Big League|
Actors: Luke Edwards, Timothy Busfield, John Ashton, Ashley Crow, Kevin Dunn
Director: Andrew Scheinman
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family
Baseball's a funny and fun game when a 12-year-old becomes manager of the Minnesota Twins and inspires them to play with the joy of youngsters.
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Loved the movie!!
A. Schumaker | Macomb County, Michigan USA | 09/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My kids and I love the movie. However after buying the DVD it was in Full screen format only. The description said that it was a widescreen format, so lovers of wide screen formatted movies like myself, Beware!"
A. Schumaker | Macomb County, Michigan USA | 09/09/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Enjoyed the movie with my kids. However it was advertised as having widescreen format but it only comes in full screen. If you are a widescreen buff as I am this will be a disappointment."
Little Big League
A. Schumaker | 09/04/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I rented this movie because my younger brother loves baseball!!!! I have always love basball movies but never I have I watched a more funnier movie then this. Its not only great for you but a great movie for the whole family!!! Its really funny, and it shows how a team( in this case the Minnosota Twins) can be the worst team to the greatest team. It shows leadership and that ball players need to have more fun and not worry about everything else and enjoy the game because after all Baseball is Americas fav. sport. So if you are ever in the need for a baseball movie loads with laughter this is the movie for you!!!!! It also has Great Music. I recommend Major League, Bull Durnham, The Natural and of course Little Big League. I hope this was a help."
Very enjoyable fantasy for pre-teen boys
Blue Gal | Birmingham, AL USA | 12/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My stepson loves this video. It fulfills nearly every baseball star fantasy a pre-teen boy might have. The relationships between the lead character and his friends, as well as his grandfather and widowed mom, are quite realistic, even if becoming owner/manager of a major league baseball team is not."