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Full Count (2019)

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An unfortunate chain of events forces Milton Young to give up his dream of playing professional baseball and return home to the town he fought hard to escape. Once home, Milton faces ... See full summary »

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Robert Eagar

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Robert Eagar
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Paul Kakos ... Milton Young
Natalia Livingston ... Katherine Young
E. Roger Mitchell ... Sheriff Darden
Rick Hearst ... Deputy Jones
Jason London ... Ted Young
Adam Boyer ... David
Robert Pralgo ... Dr. Adams
Victoria Staley ... Danielle
Afemo Omilami ... Mr. Gravitt
Elizabeth Omilami ... Mrs. Gravitt
Triston Dye ... Chad
Austin Frye Austin Frye ... Brad
Angela Bennett ... Mrs. Davis
Mary Kraft ... Attorney Wright
Jake Levin ... Ryan
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An unfortunate chain of events forces Milton Young to give up his dream of playing professional baseball and return home to the town he fought hard to escape. Once home, Milton faces insurmountable economic and personal hardships, only to be faced with an even greater challenge: defending himself against a Tragic crime that could send him to prison for life. What emerges is a heart-warming story about perseverance, faith, triumph, and the struggle to never let go of a dream. Written by Robert Eagar

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Have faith in your courage.

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Drama | Fantasy | Sport

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On May 20, 2005, Natalia Livingston won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Emily Quartermaine on General Hospital. See more »

Goofs

The flag in the Sheriff's office has 48 stars. The 48 star flag was replace in 1959 with the 49 star flag. The next year that was replace with the 50 star flag. A cell phone was used in the movie and cell phones did not come out until 1983. Of course, the sheriff may have just wanted a 48 star flag. See more »

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Not your typical Christian film...
30 October 2019 | by bweston-2See all my reviews

"Full Count" is the first film by Robert Eagar and is a great first effort. While the branding shows a lot of baseball, this is not a film about baseball, but about human relisiance and finding contentment no matter what the circumstances. Acting for all parts is above average for an independent production, and the message, while strong, is not forced. The scenic shots are stunningly beautiful. Despite having very little sleep and seeing it at the end of a long day, the movie held my attention and kept my mind working. There are some rather surprising plot twists and dramatic turns. While all of the cast is quite good, I found Adam Boyer and John Paul Kakos to have really carried the movie well.

Look, it's a low budget film -- you'll find more polish in a major network television drama, but the story is good, and the characters authentic and compelling. I look forward to Eagar's next film.


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USA

Release Date:

25 October 2019 (USA) See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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