Nice, romantic comedy. Drew Barrymore's still got it
Light weight, but enjoyable. The original "Fever Pitch" had more of an edge.
iam a big Drew Barrymoore fan But this movie was only just ok .Too many base ball scenes and not enough real chemistry between the actors left me a bit blaise about this movie.
A very predicatable romance. Good if you just want to watch something and not think too much
Seen it twice, the second time it wasn´t that good.
I enjoyed this movie a lot, but then again I like anything that drew is in.
Its a good light movie that's very entertaining.
A really nice clean feel good movie - should be more like this!
nice,easy to watch film loved jimmy fallon geeky but cute and funny
lovely movie, interesting theme
A good movie. Sit back and enjoy this one.
I rented this because I am a Drew fan, but was surprised I liked it so much. The fact that the American version of this Nick Hornby book was in my opinion better than the English (soccer) version is what really got to me. Plus they did get excellent footage at a historic moment in baseball history.
I really enjoyed this movie. Drew Barrymore is always gorgeous and I thought they had excellent chemistry together. The baseball bits were a bit irrelevant to Aus though.
loved it geek turns into obsessed fan while showing workaholic girlfriend their is more to life than work there is baseball....
I must admitt that I am a Drew Barrymore fan and I really thought this was good fun film which, although a little predictable, hit all the right spots.
fun, light and entertaining
nice, feel good movie, nothing spectacular but not at all bad!
good easy listening,but not riveting
Loved it. Definetly not just for girls but for the boys too
Just ok. More for the Barrymore fans.
I thoroughly enjoyed it, Jimmie Fallon and Drew Barrymore were great together and really loved the storyline.
A bit tame and not as many laughs as you'd expect, considering it's a Farrelly Brothers movie. Worth watching for the final on-field tearaway scene featuring Drew Barrymore: really funny. Barrymore proves she's a star despite the Golden Globes green-dress disaster.