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Summer League (2013)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama, Sport | 8 March 2013 (USA)
Life, death, and the healing power of beer league softball.


Phillip Lybrand (as Lex Lybrand)


Kelli Horan (screenplay), Kelli Horan (story) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle Evon Ploeger ... Allie
Kelsey Thomas Kelsey Thomas ... Kenzie
Gabriel Peña ... Henry
Timothy Bowman ... Scott
Kara Rainer ... Marie
David Laurence ... Will Miller
David Harper ... Ted McGuffin
Barry Savant Barry Savant ... Jerry
Sean Gasser Sean Gasser ... Derek (Browncoats)
Kathryn Hume Kathryn Hume ... Mrs. Green
Rachelle Grossman Rachelle Grossman ... Pam Miller
Brady James Brady James ... Waiter
Jason Erick Taylor ... The Doctor
Lauren Hemphill Lauren Hemphill ... Nom Nom (Riot Juice)
Adriane Shown ... Helena (Browncoats)


When Allie (Danielle Evon Ploeger) returns home during her final college summer break, she doesn't anticipate staying long, but that all changes when there's a death in the family and Allie inherits her childhood home. Her life-long BFF, Kenzie (Kelsey Thomas) helps her deal with her loss, and other family drama, by forcing her to join The Browncoats, the team she captains in the small town's co-ed softball league. Kenzie's advice for Allie is simple... When life sucks, just grab your glove, and grab a ball. Everything just sort of fades away when you're playing catch! Written by Lex Lybrand

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Let's be best friends and play softball and drink beer... forever.


Comedy | Drama | Sport



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Release Date:

8 March 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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Greenless Studios See more »
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Did You Know?


While filming Summer League, Timothy Bowman was serving on active duty in the Navy. At the time, he was serving in the Navy as a Spanish linguist. He would drive to Austin from San Antonio every weekend and sometimes after work during his work week. See more »


Scott: Nobody gives a shit about softball, Kenzie, Why can't you just accept that?
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Feels claustrophobic
20 May 2014 | by vanmag85See all my reviews

Not a bad little indie joint, but the constant stream of straight-angle mid-shots and closeups leave the viewer feeling claustrophobic and uncomfortable. I didn't know it was possible to show a baseball game in only mid-shots and closeups but it's done in this one, and it left me literally aching for a nice, wide establishing shot of anything. I watched it hoping for something light but poignant (think "Drinking Buddies" or "Save the Date") and was a little disappointed because the characters seem to lack any sense of humor. That main character's bad attitude could have really used a razor wit, and the best friend needed a boost too. The plot just sort of plods along, is a bit disjointed (where did the random kickball rivalry come from?) and seems to suffer from a genre-identity crisis. That being said the acting wasn't bad and the score/music were fantastic. Nice effort from a bunch of first timers with potential.

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