This is the audio portion of our review
Sandell Stangl: Wow, an economics movie, yay! I hate economics. I just hate numbers in general.
Sandell Stangl: There were numbers in this movie but I didn't need to understand what they meant. Whenever baseball stats came up I knew the movie was telling me, "smart things are happening right now".
Joshua Efron: This movie drove me to once again consider how insufficient the term "character drama" is. We've referred to several other movies with this term, but what does it mean? A movie in which the plot serves the character rather the the opposite? A film whose purpose and intent is to provide an exploration of the psychology and emotions of a character developed in a way toward connecting situationally with our own existences?
Joshua Efron: If that's the case than this movie wasn't a personal drama, but how can we call it anything else? Oh, I've got it...
Joshua Efron: We'll call it...a "sorkindrama".