If, as Jimmy famously tells us, there’s no crying in baseball, there’s plenty of it in baseball nostalgia.
It’s easy to see what displeased critics and audiences alike at the time of the film’s release.
Parenthood is a four-family, four-hankie weepie in which most of the characters talk like screenwriters.
One of the great fringe benefits of long-term exposure to the film canon is validating pre-exposure favorites by virtue of comparing them to the canon’s unassailable titans.
The more elegant Bobby and Peter Farrelly’s films have become, the less money they’ve managed to rake in at the box office.