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Hitting the Cycle [Import]

3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Monarch Video
  • Release Date: Aug. 20 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B00D4Q1UWO
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A drunken ballplayer gets released from a minor league team and returns to his hometown where his father is ill. The guy chats with his brother, aspires to date a former classmate, and is hit upon by the classmate's babysitter.

The main character is unlikeable. We see in flashbacks his history. He argues and gets to coach. Is a bit to learn but unpleasant to watch.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9b15ec60) out of 5 stars 21 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9af91078) out of 5 stars Hitting the REM Cycle Jan. 29 2015
By Tim Williams - Published on Amazon.com
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My favorite scenes were the minor league baseball scenes near the beginning. My least favorite scenes were almost all of the rest. They weren’t terrible, but I just can’t think of any satisfying or memorable moments. “Hitting the Cycle” pops out.
HASH(0x9b011804) out of 5 stars An X-baseball player finds his way! Dec 27 2015
By Parl Guthrie - Published on Amazon.com
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Hitting The Cycle was OK, but there were far too many low points and not enough high. I was looking forward to an entertaining baseball story, but 15 minutes into the movie the star player gets released from his team and it goes downhill from there. Richey Nash, or (Rip) is played in the movie as an angry man who is a baseball star, but started to have problems and was released from the league. He is also drunk for much of the movie just as his father was, who is dying in a hospital room from a liver problem.

He doesn’t want to be associated with his father, James Ripley played by Bruce Dern, because he believes that he ruined his life while in High School. Rip Jr. got into some trouble just before the High School State Champion baseball game, and he believes that it was his father that reported him to the school, who ended up banning him from the State Championship game.

I didn’t enjoy seeing all of the low points and almost turned it off, but stuck it out. I did like co-star Courtney Henggeler who played Samantha, a nurse and Rip’s classmate from High School, although I would have liked to see that relationship go a bit further than it did, even though it was implied at the end of the movie. The last picture below is the last 5 seconds of the movie!

All in all I give the movie a 3 stars, or a grade of B-.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Logan David burley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
this movie is so anticlimactic. the budget for this movie must have been around $300.
HASH(0x9b16c450) out of 5 stars Tell them everything before it is too late Sept. 23 2015
By ellison - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A drunken ballplayer is released from a minor league team and returns to his hometown where he chats with his brother. The past is talked about and seen in flashbacks. He argues with his sick dad. He gets to do some coaching while he aspires to date a former classmate. The classmate's babysitter hits on him. Unlikeable character to watch. It has a good message but not easy to watch.
HASH(0x9af8c7bc) out of 5 stars Feel Good Movie Nov. 21 2015
By Sixtus - Published on Amazon.com
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Great feel good movie. I enjoyed the story and the happy ending -even though some parts were tear jerkers. A fun evening of entertainment. The acting was decent and not too predictable. Family friendly for the most part (teens and older children), although it did center on a lot of drinking (showing the negative consequences such as liver failure), Worth watching!


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