Alex is floating unconscious in a lake when light from a UFO of light saves her by enhancing her abilities such as telekinesis and healing power. Her friend Sean helps her. The authorities want her - not just for stealing a police car.
Being a big baseball fan, I was drawn to Brampton's Own through the main character's dream and goal of become a major-league player. The film follows the almost 30 year old Dustin who is an AAA baseball player for a team that feeds into the Seattle Mariners. He decides that after 12 years of trying to make the majors to give up his dream and move back to his hometown to pursue another dream, his high school sweetheart. Dustin is welcomed by his family when returning home but he realizes when being home that he still loves and misses the game of baseball. Dustin must decide if he should pursuit the game he loves or the girl next door. What I enjoyed most about the film was the humor, I found myself laughing aloud many times at Dustin's relationship with a young boy he befriends when returning home. The story is fun and nostalgic, being an entertaining sports movie that left me pleased.
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