A pro ball player with a substance abuse problem is forced into rehab in his hometown, finding new hope when he gets honest about his checkered past, and takes on coaching duties for a misfit Little League team.
When high-powered sports agent Rob Decker arrives looking for his next major league prospect, he finds more than he bargained for at the Cooke Boys Ranch. As he works to secure Shawn Hart, ... See full summary »
Ashley Nicole Anderson,
HOME RUN It's a usual nightout in a local disco: Lena, pretty twentysomething, who dreams of to leave this countryside tristesse and break out in to the world. She meets Wolk, a interesting... See full summary »
Fabian Joest Passamonte,
Forced back to his small home town, an alcoholic baseball hotshot fakes recovery to regain his position on the roster, coaches a little league team to regain his popularity, pursues his old flame to regain a romance, all while finding redemption among a group of addicts. Written by
The team Cory is coaching is named the "Bulldogs". They are named after the actual Okmulgee High School's team mascot. See more »
The first time the refrigerator in Corey's hotel room is shown, it's old and has a spot in the top right corner where something looks scratched out. Later the refrigerator is newer and has a "Do Not Drill" sign in the upper right corner. See more »
Written by Scott Allan Mathews
Performed by Jesse Graver See more »
I have no special interest in Christian-themed movies but found this a realistic and moving story, simply told yet with considerable dimension to the central characters and their conflicts. The Christian story element is neither obtrusive nor preachy. That he is an addict and must come to terms with it is what drives the story, and his denial, arrogance and resistance make it universal. If he finds solace, support and meaning in the Church, as opposed to some other form of recovery, why not? Many do. And it comes across here as natural given the circumstances. The lead actor was quite good, really able to represent the physicality and confidence of a professional athlete and at the same time his vulnerability and pain. He's both effectively callous and sympathetic in turn. Excellent supporting work as well; the two lead women were convincing. Thanks to Amazon Prime -- never would have discovered this movie otherwise.
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