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Baseball, Dennis & The French (2011)

 -  Documentary  -  4 May 2011 (USA)
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Baseball, Dennis & the French tells the true story of Paul Croshaw, longtime liberal activist and connoisseur of French films, who amazed his family, friends and himself by becoming a ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Dennis Prager ...
Himself
Paul Croshaw ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Barr ...
Baseball Player #1
Brianna Bazler ...
Cheerleader #1
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Cheerleader #3
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Cheerleader #2
Sarah Bazler ...
Cheerleader #4
Judah Buxton ...
Mime
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Me Roux
Claire Croshaw ...
Girl in Car #2 / Dinner guest
David Croshaw ...
Dinner Guest
Cris Crotz ...
Beauty Queen / Model
Robert Daniels ...
Barbecue Patron
Damon Hawn ...
Umpire
Kathleen Howat ...
BBQ Patron
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Baseball, Dennis & the French tells the true story of Paul Croshaw, longtime liberal activist and connoisseur of French films, who amazed his family, friends and himself by becoming a churchgoing, conservative Christian after years of listening to nationally syndicated radio host Dennis Prager. Written by B. Deters

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What are the liberal atheists going to think?
9 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is packed with just about everything a conservative Christian would want to tell a liberal atheist, and maybe a little too much, so that's why I gave it a 9 instead of a 10. Using one man's lifelong evolution as the story line, the film peppers the viewer with ideas that are frankly, difficult to argue. Dennis Prager's common sense and logical explanations rip holes in liberal views that are often considered conventional wisdom on the left. Unlike a Bill Maher or Michael Moore film that attacks the weakest parts of conservative Christian arguments, or goes after the lunatic fringe to make a cheap point, director Paul Croshaw takes on the left's strongest assertions and Prager exposes then as pure nonsense in a brilliantly simple and surprisingly humorous way. Most people who know Prager will probably expect his usual enlightened commentary, but I was not prepared for how funny this film was and how it presented these ideas in a non-threatening and non-preaching way. Ultimately, the heart of this film is how the true emotions of Paul's story are revealed, the conclusions he makes with rare intellectual honesty, and the hope it provides for everyone watching. Men, don't wear a silk tie because at the end of the film your wife may use it as a handkerchief like my wife did. I hope this film gets seen everywhere. America needs it.


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