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Trouble with the Curve came out in late September and died a quick death, not helped by Clint Eastwood’s performance at the Republican National Convention. But though Eastwood was front and center in selling the picture, he didn’t direct it. No, it was helmed by Robert Lorenz, a longtime Eastwood associate who wanted his turn behind the camera. This suggests he won’t get another chance. It’s a modestly charming formula movie that plays like something better suited for old people and television viewings. Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake co-star and our review of the Blu-ray follows after the jump. Eastwood plays Gus, an aged baseball recruiter who may get replaced by Phillip Sanderson (Matthew Lillard) and his reliance on stats and computers. The owner of the team (Robert Patrick) is willing to listen to the new guy, though Gus is somewhat protected by Pete (John Goodman »

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