A League Of Their Own

A League Of Their Own

Small-town sisters Dottie and Kit join an all-female baseball league formed after World War II brings pro baseball to a standstill. When their team hits the road with its drunken coach, the siblings find troubles and triumphs on and off the field.

Two sisters Dottie Hinson and Kit Keller join the first female professional baseball league and struggle to help it succeed amidst their own growing rivalry. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A League Of Their Own torrent reviews

JAMES C (ag) wrote: Sweet story, very predictable, I don't know why they saw the need to intersperse this sci-fi fantasy crap. Well acted, but in the end, too long.

Stuart K (gb) wrote: Based on the play Juicy and Delicious by Lucy Alibar, and the directorial debut of animatorBenh Zeitlin. This low budget fantasy film caused a critical buzz upon release. Made for $1.8 million, using non-professional actors and filmed on 16mm film, this sparse and poetic film owes a massive debt of gratitude to Terrence Malick, but it has an old fashioned, endearing ramshackle feel about it. Set in Southern Louisiana, in a small run down bayou community called the Bathtub, which is cut off from the rest of the world by a levee. 6 year old Hushpuppy (Quvenzhan Wallis) lives with her hot tempered father Wink (Dwight Henry), who is slowly dying from a mystery illness, which he hasn't told Hushpuppy about. After an argument, Wink vanishes, and then a massive storm wipes out most of Bathtub. Hushpuppy is reunited with Wink, but he's badly weakened, and the residents gather together on a floating pontoon until the waters go down. But after Wink tries dynamiting the levee to get rid of the water, the authorities descend on the residents of Bathtub. It's a good idea for a film, with the philosophy that floods are caused byprehistoric creatures called "Aurochs" trapped in ice. It's not a film for everyone, but it shows how a small minority live in America at the minute, it's a 21st Century take on a Tom Sawyer existence, but it has some great performances in it, especially from first timer Wallis, who on the basis of this, got the lead in the remake of Annie (2014).

Robert H (de) wrote: An incredible true story with a surprisingly poignant turn at the end.


Mike L (fr) wrote: I only made it through 25 minutes... wow that was bad

Petter S (fr) wrote: Generally I'm a fan of Steven Seagal films, but this has to be one of the worst direct-to-video so-called action movies he has ever been involved in.

Steve D (de) wrote: I am glad I kept on watching after the first half, because the second half of this movie was better

Jayden C (it) wrote: kool as i want 2 see dis. i want 2 see every movie in da wole wide world of course im a movie lover

Richard O (it) wrote: One of the strangest Horror films to date i do believe that the idea of saw kinda came from this although the ending is the most spinney ending to any film. If your a fan of macabre 80s japanese horror then watch it

Tracey c (ru) wrote: Lieutenant Taylor (John Mills) and the rest of the crew of the submarine Sea Tiger are given a week's leave after an unsuccessful patrol. Hobson (Eric Portman) goes home to save his marriage, while a reluctant Corrigan (Niall MacGinnis) heads off to his wedding. Then the crew are called back to duty, much to Corrigan's relief, though he later has second thoughts. Sea Tiger is assigned the top secret mission of sinking Nazi Germany's new battleship, the Brandenburg, before she enters the Kiel Canal to begin sea trials in the Baltic Sea. On their way, the submarine picks up three shot-down Luftwaffe pilots from a rescue buoy. When the submarine enters a minefield, an airman panics and reveals that the Brandenburg is further ahead than believed. Taylor decides to take a desperate gamble and enter the German-controlled Baltic in pursuit. When the Brandenburg is spotted, Sea Tiger fires all its torpedoes, then dives to evade German destroyers dropping depth charges. Taylor fools the Germans into believing that the submarine has sunk. They leave, but Sea Tiger no longer has enough fuel to return to England. Taylor decides to have his crew abandon ship near a Danish island. Hobson speaks German and knows the port on the island. He persuades Taylor to let him go ashore in one of the airmen's uniforms to find oil. He succeeds. Sea Tiger refuels while Hobson and other crewmen hold off the German garrison. When they return to base, the crew hear they sank the Brandenburg. Waiting for them are Corrigan's fiance and Hobson's wife and son.

AnneMarie B (mx) wrote: OMG this is the ultimate Kleenex movie. I love how the movie uses the music to go back to points in the relationship between Cary Grant and Irene Dunne. I like their chemistry in this movie, and I like to see Cary Grant playing something other than the suave bachelor. For those who think Cary Grant cannot act, take a look at the scene where he is in the judge's office before their child is about to be taken away from them--but be sure you have about 10 Kleenex's on hand before you watch it. Gosh this movie is sweet and so very sad but ends with hope, it's one of those you need to plug in on a rainy Sunday.

Alexander B (ru) wrote: Catching Fire, is the best in the Hunger Games trilogy and this movie proves it is true! (Opinion)