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Chasing 3000 (2010)

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Two brothers drive across country to see their hero, Roberto Clemente, get his 3000th hit.

Director:

Gregory J. Lanesey

Writers:

Bill Mikita (screenplay), Cris D'Annunzio (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Ray Liotta ... Adult Mickey
Rory Culkin ... Roger
Trevor Morgan ... Mickey
Tania Raymonde ... Kelly
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Scott Aaronson Scott Aaronson ... Baseball Coach
Matt Abshire Matt Abshire ... Bobby
Michael R. Aubele Michael R. Aubele ... Dad
Nicholas Brady ... Young Roger
Andrew Bryniarski ... Gang Member
Seymour Cassel ... Poppy
Ricardo Chavira ... Dr. Boogie
Mercedes Connor Mercedes Connor ... Admittance Nurse
Cris D'Annunzio ... Principal Motley
Keith David ... Officer L.
Dan Fastuca Dan Fastuca ... Gang Member
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Two brothers drive across country to see their hero, Roberto Clemente, get his 3000th hit.

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3 Days...2 Brothers...1 Hero

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Family | Sport

Certificate:

PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 July 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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$10,000,000 (estimated)
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The brothers, Mickey and Roger, are named to honor Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. See more »

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Several times they mention the game he got his 3000th hit as the Pirates last game of the season. Not so, there were 3 more. See more »

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Chuck Ireland: Year ago in the old Forbes Field... Ya ever seen a game in Forbes Field? The Pirates were playing the Cardinals and there's this foul ball that goes into the stands along the Right Field line. Clemente, he can't quite reach it. This man, he caught it and he felt all good and fuzzy and happy y'know and then this really big burly guy next to him, reaches over and wrestles it away from him. So between innings, Clemente, he comes over and he gives the man another ball. Up until that day, Stan the ...
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The Ultimate Movie Review! - http://tss5078.blogspot.com - @tss5078
23 February 2015 | by Tss5078See all my reviews

Often times sports can bring out the best and the worst in people, but the majority of those stories take place on the field of play. Everything that happens is centered around the game, and rightfully so, that's where the cameras are focused, but once in a while, a story comes along that takes the focus off the field, Chasing 3000 is one such story. In the summer of 1972, Roberto Clemente is 6 hits away from reaching 3000 hits, but brothers Mickey and Roger are stuck in Southern California. Roger's (Rory Culkin) muscular dystrophy has forced the family to relocate, leaving the boys 3000 miles away from their favorite baseball player, but Mickey (Trevor Morgan) has no intention of it preventing him from witnessing history. One weekend when their mother goes away on business, the boys decide to steal her car and make the journey back home, to Pittsburgh. Despite this being a true story, with the cast they have, I feared that this movie would be some lame farce, but it surprised me by being genuine and heartwarming. The truth is that Mickey seemed to always resent his brother, until they went on the trip, and he realized just how a like they really are. Trevor Morgan stars and while I usually don't like the roles he chooses, but he is a very solid young lead. Morgan was good, but it's Rory Culkin who steals the show, playing the hopelessly ill younger brother, who at heart is every bit the wild teenager that his brother is. Along the way, the boys meet a whole cast of unusual characters portrayed in cameos by some people you'd never expect to see in an independent film. As I've said a million times, depth of cast always helps a film along, especially an independent drama. A lot of people will be turned off by the fact that this film centers around a historic sports achievement, but this is by no means a film about sports, and should appeal to large audiences.


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