Based on 20 votes and 5 reviews
That is the most uplifting movie I've ever seen.
My kids loved this film and although it was a little long, my wife and I both got caught up in it as well. Well done....
My Kids and I loved this movie!!!
Too many [and unneccesary] historical errors keep The Perfect Game from being a five-star film - and most of those inaccuracies add time that makes the film run far too long. The kids' story is really all you need, so all the extra stuff [Sandy Koufax was in his second year with a record of 10-11 in 1957 - hardly a star; the stretch hadn't been popularized - and was never used as a regular thing; and no southern Little League team had any black players in 1957 - as just three examples] is wasted space. While the kids mug, the supporting cast [Cheech Marin, Emilie de Ravin, Louis Gossett Jr., Clifton Collins Jr., and more] keeps the film grounded. The Perfect Game is a slightly bette