‘Moneyball’: Review Revue

In the 2002 baseball season, the Oakland Athletics won 20 straight games regardless of the fact that they were the lowest salaried team. Based on the book "Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game" by Michael Lewis, the film of the same name delves into the statistics of winning in the sport of baseball.

With Brad Pitt at the helm as general manager Billy Beane and Jonah Hill as Peter Brand, his Yale-graduated economics statistician, the 133-minute film tracks a year in the life of Beane and the A’s. The film was directed by Bennett Miller and co-written by Aaron Sorkin and Steven Zailian. Read More...



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