A League of Their Own
Comedy • PG • 1992 • 2 hr 8 min
I remember liking it back when it came out but hardly remember it.
Honestly, such girl power in this movie! One of the only sports movies I watch.
Hilarious and timely. I loved everything about this movie.
One of those classics I think everyone should see.
A classic performance with an original story. Tom Hanks delivers very well.
As a girl who grew up playing softball this movie spoke to me on such a deep level! For sure one of the best sports movies of all time!
Great cast, love the cinematography. The story is really interesting as well
It’s charming, funny, and just overall wholesome.
Very well done. The acting and story are great. Some funny parts, some sad parts. They do a great job building up multiple characters.
Forget sports movies this is one of my favorite movies.
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