Trouble with the Curve, 2012.
Directed by Robert Lorenz.
An ailing baseball scout in his twilight years has one last chance to prove himself when he takes his daughter along on trip to scout a hot new prospect.
In the on-going guessing-game of the Academy Awards, it can often be entertaining to look at the trajectory of actors who clearly aim to achieve a statuette. Trouble with the Curve clearly gained its finance on the basis that it would become an Oscar-nominee. Oscar-favourite Clint Eastwood leading the film alongside Oscar nominee Amy Adams (who has a huge shot of winning one after her role in The Master), and supporting actors from The Artist, The Descendants and The Social Network in John Goodman, Matthew Lillard and Justin Timberlake respectively. Trouble with the Curve should be (and will be) sold as a heart-warming, »
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