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Still We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie (2004)

A look at the Boston Red Sox's 2003 season, from Spring Training to their meeting with the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series, and the team's relationship with their fans.


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Credited cast:
Joe Castiglione ...
Himself - Red Sox Radio Announcer
Jim Connors ...
Paul Constine ...
Steve Craven ...
Dan Cummings ...
Theo Epstein ...
Jermaine Evans ...
Jessamy Finet ...
Nomar Garciaparra ...
John Henry ...
Grady Little ...
Derek Lowe ...
Larry Lucchino ...
Harry Mann ...


A documentary look at the 2003 season of the Boston Red Sox and the pull the team has on its fan base as seen through the eyes and heard through the words of over half a dozen fans. The 2003 season is seen through the rooting interest of fans as well as from the working environment of the team's players, manager Grady Little, its team owners in businessmen John W. Henry and Larry Luccino and movie producer Tom Werner, and the team's youthful general manager Theo Epstein, who was bringing in a new and controversial philosophy toward running the team that was often revolved around statistical analysis of players, often seen as at the expense of eyewitness analysis and based in part on a much-discussed book, "Moneyball," that advocated managerial use of previously obscure statistics such as On-Base Percentage as opposed to more traditional stats. The pull of the Red Sox on its fans is often remarkable as seen through their devotion to the team, a devotion that sometimes seems irrational ... Written by Michael Daly

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Documentary | Sport

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for language




Release Date:

26 April 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

We Still Believe: The Boston Red Sox Story  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$91,388 (USA) (7 May 2004)


$395,362 (USA) (18 June 2004)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Several fans who appeared in the film were given roles in Fever Pitch (2005), a romantic comedy revolving around the red Sox's fairy tale 2004, World Series Championship season. Jessamy Finet was most prominently featured - as one of the season ticket holders sitting near Jimmy Fallon's character, Ben. Dan Cummings and Erin Nanstad also appeared in Fever Pitch. See more »


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26 February 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Still We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie (2004)

*** (out of 4)

Good documentary that covers the 2003 Red Sox season with their fans as well as some behind the scenes footage. Overall, it was a fun documentary but the filmmakers spend way too much time with the regular season stuff when more time should have been given to the playoffs since these playoffs were probably the greatest in the history of the sport with that classic (and legendary) game 7 between the Sox and Yanks. A lot of media attention goes to the Red Sox fans but even Angry Bill isn't nearly as bad as Kentucky Wildcats fans.

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