Cable TV networks like to produce wanky films that attempt to tug at your heartstrings. There are about two dozen of them made every year. They are always done on the cheap and usually are about a real-life story of some kind so people are already familiar with the particulars. Before Cable, the original networks… Continue reading 96th best baseball movie of all-time – JOE TORRE: CURVEBALLS ALONG THE WAY, 1997
Clint Eastwood’s longtime 1st Assistant Director, Robert Lorenz, has a movie he wants to make about baseball. The anti-Moneyball as you can say. (Or, the other side of the baseball world and why the Moneyball people stink movie). Eastwood is a loyal guy. If you look at his crews from the time he started directing… Continue reading 97th Best Baseball Movie of All-Time: TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE
Headin Home is the fictionalized version of how Babe Ruth became Babe Ruth. Of course, as in most propaganda/promotion videos about a person or organization, none of it is really true. 1920 was an interesting time as Babe Ruth just got “traded” to the New York Yankees from the Boston Red Sox. He was becoming… Continue reading 98th best Baseball Movie of all time – HEADIN HOME, 1920
Again, is Bad Lieutenant a baseball movie? Read the Top 100 baseball movies of all-time list: http://www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com/baseball_movie.html I’ll say yes because it’s the best portrayal of gambling on baseball. And the top 100 baseball movie list had to have at least one film on baseball and gambling because it has much more relevance for the popularity of… Continue reading 99th Top Baseball Movie of All-Time – BAD LIEUTENANT.
Is The Naked Gun a baseball movie? It technically isn’t, but it’s on the Top 100 Baseball movies of all-time list because it has perhaps the funniest 20 minute sports movie scene ever. Take a look at the Baseball Top 100 Movie List: http://www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com/baseball_movie.html Watching this scene as a kid had me laughing so hard… Continue reading 100th Greatest Baseball Movie of All-Time – The Naked Gun