Moneyball
//Features

The 40 Best Films of 2011 | 22 Jan 2012 // 4:00 PM

2011 was a year of good, not necessarily great, films, though the amazing choices by our staff might argue against such a overall cinematic classification.

The Best Male Film Performances of 2011 | 17 Jan 2012 // 4:00 PM

In another strong year, crime and punishment take on heart and heroism for the right to be called 2011's best male film acting work.

//Reviews

Is There Such a Thing as a Quintessentially Cleveland Film? | 11 Jan 2017 // 9:15 PM

Cleveland’s film resume doesn’t equal even a Toronto or Vancouver, but it’s been hiding in plain sight behind some fairly notable films over the years.

'Moneyball', Like Baseball, is About More than Just Baseball | 27 Feb 2012 // 4:00 PM

How could a movie present such dense material and interest general audiences? With the help of a few key players, of course.

//Blogs

The Bad News Statisticians: 'Moneyball' | 23 Sep 2011 // 8:00 AM

There’s an ugly and unromantic truth behind Bennett Miller’s baseball stats semi-comedy Moneyball that it acknowledges and then dances away from.

'Moneyball': By the Numbers | 23 Sep 2011 // 3:00 AM

You'll laugh quite a bit at Moneyball, snickering at the absurdity of the situations and the often more ridiculous responses. What you might not do is care.

//News

‘Moneyball’ is old showbiz | 27 Sep 2011 // 6:35 AM

One of the biggest misconceptions about the book “Moneyball,” the Michael Lewis bestseller about the low-budget Oakland A’s’ pathway to baseball success, is that

A slimmed-down Jonah Hill goes for the money(ball) | 26 Sep 2011 // 4:35 AM

SAN FRANCISCO — Actor-writer Jonah Hill is a double-threat talent with a decidedly unthreatening presence. Hill, 27, reached prominence as a stubbled, curly-haired and foul-mouthed part of

//Mixed media
//Blogs

How It Slips Away: 'The Breaking Point' Crosses Hemingway With Noir

// Short Ends and Leader

"Whether we've seen or read the story before, we ache for these sympathetic, floundering people presented to us gravely and without cynicism, even when cynical themselves.

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