This was a really cute movie. It was funny and was a really good underdog movie and makes you cheer on the little guy. My favorite was the snail who called himself "White Shadow". Even though shadows are not white. Made me laugh every time.
Many of the references in this movie were total 90s and I loved it. Didn't quite remind me of my high school days, but it reminded me of many of my childhood memories. Like trapper keepers! Don't forget the lube!
“Star Trek Into Darkness” is about to go where no “Star Trek” has gone before at the domestic box office.
According to early tracking, Paramount’s “Star Trek Into Darkness,” opening three weeks from Friday on May 17, is gearing up for a stellar $85 million opening, which would mark a record debut for the sci-fi franchise.
Analysts suggest the 3D actioner could exceed $90 million, depending on word of mouth. Pre-release buzz has been building steadily for the film starting as early as December when Paramount released the film’s first teaser trailer.
I have to say that this movie was far better than I anticipated. The story was great and it didn't focus solely on baseball but also on the struggles that Jackie Robinson had to endure to break the color barrier. The cast was phenomenal, Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman were fantastic. I have to say that Alan Tudyk in his role was rather surprising and speaks to his range as an actor. It takes a lot to turn one of my beloved cast members of Firefly/Serenity and make me despise him and hate his guts.