September/25/2011

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Release Year: 2011
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Runtime: 133
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Languages: English
Director: Bennett Miller
Sound: Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
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  • What are you really worth?

  • Writing by: Steven Zaillian – (screenplay) and
    Aaron Sorkin – (screenplay)
    Stan Chervin – (story)
    Michael Lewis – (book "Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game")

    Produced by: Mark Bakshi – executive producer
    Michael De Luca – producer
    Rachael Horovitz – producer
    Andrew S. Karsch – executive producer
    Alissa Phillips – co-producer
    Scott Andrew Robertson – associate producer
    Scott Rudin – producer

    Cast: Brad Pitt – Billy Beane
    Jonah Hill – Peter Brand
    Philip Seymour Hoffman – Art Howe
    Robin Wright – Sharon
    Chris Pratt – Scott Hatteberg
    Stephen Bishop – David Justice
    Brent Jennings – Ron Washington
    Ken Medlock – Grady Fuson
    Tammy Blanchard – Elizabeth Hatteberg
    Jack McGee – John Poloni
    Vyto Ruginis – Pittaro

    Music: Mychael Danna
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    Plot Outline:

    The story of Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.


    Plot: Oakland A's GM Billy Beane is handicapped with the lowest salary constraint in baseball. If he ever wants to win the World Series, Billy must find a competitive advantage. Billy is about to turn baseball on its ear when he uses statistical data to analyze and place value on the players he picks for the team.

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    The “Peter Brand” character was originally going to be named Paul DePodesta, who was Billy Beane's assistant at the time (he later served as Dodgers' GM and was employed by the Mets at the time of the film's release). Demetri Martin was originally cast for this role. However, DePodesta, who visited the set, objected to his portrayal as a pure stats nerd, and so the character name was changed. By the time this was done, Jonah Hill had been cast in the role.

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