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The Outfield (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 10 November 2015 (USA)
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Three Varsity baseball players, who have been best friends since childhood, enter their senior year of high school and navigate difficult choices on and off the field, while also dealing with the concern of where they will be going to college.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Nash Grier ... Jack Sanders (as Hamilton Nash Grier)
Cameron Dallas ... Frankie Payton
Joey Bragg ... Austin York
Olivia Stuck ... Kelsey Meola
Caroline Sunshine ... Emily Jordan
Alan Smyth ... Roger Sanders
Deborah S. Craig ... Adrienne Rachels
Connor Green Connor Green ... Henry Meola
Yancey Arias ... Charles
Melanie Paxson ... Judith Meola
Fawnda McMahan Fawnda McMahan ... Laura Payton
John Barbolla ... Frank Payton Sr.
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alex Bentley ... Baseball Player
Bobby Bitton Bobby Bitton
Burnie Burns ... Theo Rasmussen
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Storyline

Jack Sanders (Nash Grier), star center fielder of the Peoria Owls, is going to play baseball for State. But when a new teacher recognizes his gift for art, Jack's future is suddenly thrown in limbo. With the help of his best friends, Frankie (Cameron Dallas) and Austin (Joey Bragg), Jack must deal with the aspirations of his father and the pressures of the entire town as he struggles to discover what's important to him and who he wants to be.

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Jack Sanders (Nash Grier) seems to be the only one wearing a varsity baseball jacket when there are many other players on the team. See more »

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it's not a bad movie
29 December 2015 | by pronetomoviesSee all my reviews

Some are only being over exaggerated telling everyone this movie is horrible because the casts are from "vines". Some might think I'm a fan of Nash Grier and Cameron Dallas so I'm saying this; No! I know what's a horrible movie and what's not, this film has a great story line seriously. Cameron and Nash aren't bad actors, they did amazing job portraying their characters and I don't know what's with people and they're hating on them, telling them they are talent-less and don't deserve their fame well dude just like what they said to the movie "grab those people and 'grab those moments' because if you do whether you win or lose you will succeed". They don't have to be Johnny Depp or Leonardo DiCaprio to do something they love or something they're passionate about. You all should start doing something you love than complain about others


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