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Million Dollar Arm is a 2014 American biographical sports drama film directed by Craig Gillespie and produced by Walt Disney Pictures from a screenplay written by Thomas McCarthy. The film is based on the true story of baseball pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel who were discovered by sports agent J. B. Bernstein after winning a reality show competition. The film stars Jon Hamm as J. B.
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Million Dollar Arm Review; Million Dollar Arm Gallery; Million Dollar Arm Trailer by Joel D Amos at December 23, 2013 1:05 pm. Comments. The trailer for the true story Million Dollar Arm. Jon Hamm stars as a sports agent who heads to India in search of baseball's next great pitcher. This video is no longer available. Please check below for related videos. Edit Delete. FREE Movie Newsletter.
The reality show Million Dollar Armbrought thousands of contestants hoping for a shot at glory, but eventually they unearthed two candidates: Rinku and Dinesh. Bernstein brought them back to the US, put them up in his home and helped them to get used to a very different world, while they also worked hard to learn the game that was second nature to most American sportsmen. Finally, they got.
Million Dollar Arm (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the soundtrack album of the American biographical drama film of the same name, directed by Craig Gillespie. A. R. Rahman composed all seven of the original songs as well as the score for the film. Artists Iggy Azalea, KT Tunstall, Wale, Sukhwinder Singh, Raghav Mathur have collaborated with the composer for the soundtrack.
On the whole, Million Dollar Arm is a funny, uplifting, heartwarming story. The fact that it’s (somewhat loosely) based on real life is a plus. If your baseball game is rained out—or even if.
MILLION DOLLAR ARM is an enjoyable baseball movie. Sports agent JB Bernstein is having problems in his business. Watching a cricket game, Bernstein decides to go to India and find a fast pitcher to train for baseball. This is Bernstein’s last great hope before he loses all his investors, money, employees, and office. However, India is quite different than America. Things take longer than.