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The Sandlot

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New kid in town Scotty Smalls is taken under the wing of a young baseball prodigy and his team. Together, they get themselves into many adventures involving rival teams, lifeguards, and a vicious dog.
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People Magazine
Any of Charles Schulz's baseball-oriented Peanuts strips contains more understanding of baseball and more insight into children, as well as more pointed fun.
May 07, 2014
Los Angeles Times
The kids even have their own treehouse, which means that the production designer is the only person connected with this project who actually went out on a limb.
May 07, 2014
Time Out
Ever since Stand by Me, it seems that every Boy's Own yarn is deemed incomplete without a nostalgic, pseudo-ironic voice-over waxing lyrical about the mythology of short pants and acne.
February 09, 2006
Baltimore Sun
You feel as if you're being smothered in cotton candy by a director obsessed with infantility and who cannot bear to face the reality of childhood.
May 07, 2014
Philadelphia Daily News
The Sandlot is a safe, wholesome, patriotic family picture about baseball, and if there is an original scene, it escaped my attention.
May 07, 2014
Sweet and sincere, the film is also a remarkably shallow wade, rife with incident and slim on substance.
March 26, 2009
Chicago Tribune
In The Sandlot's nostalgia for simpler times, a single-sex world seems to be a key component.
May 07, 2014
New Yorker
There's a snappy change-of-pace gag involving a little guy and a nubile lifeguard, but the screams and barks and fraudulent emotions grow wearying.
May 07, 2014