Pitt stars as Billy Beane, real-life manager of baseball team the Oakland As. Struggling to rebuild his floundering squad on a tiny budget, he challenges traditional baseball tactics and drafts in the help of Yale educated economist Peter Brand (Hill). Together the pair pulls together a group of misfits and set about changing the face of the sport forever.
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Sport movies come in all shapes and sizes. From hard hitting dramas such as Moneyball and Invictus to chick flicks like Blue Crush and Bring It On or hilarious comedies such as Dodgeball and Blades of Glory, it seems there’s something out there for everyone to enjoy. So this week we’d like to know what your favourite sport movie is, or which sporting achievement you believe deserves a movie to be made about it? Perhaps you’d be keen on seeing how Usain Bolt rose to the top? Maybe you’d like to see a film made about sailing, swimming or triathlon training? Or how about a comedy set during the 2012 Olympics?
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