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They were known as the Dream Team - five friends, as close as brothers, who had chalked up years of sports victories & shared experiences. But in the final summer before leaving their hometown and heading off to college, these lifelong friends will grow even closer as they band together to right a grave wrong and redeem the reputation of one of their own, even at the risk of sacrificing their individual futures. Against the backdrop of a fateful softball game, old scores will be settled and boys will learn what it means to be men. Also known as "Lenexa, 1 Mile".
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About the Actor
William Baldwin (Backdraft; The Squid and the Whale; Noise)
Michael Rooker (Mallrats; Slither; Chasing Ghosts; Henry-Portrait of a Serial Killer)
Jason Ritter (TV s Joan of Arcadia; Freddy vs. Jason )
Josh Stewart (TV s Third Watch & Dirt; Jekyll)
Austin Nichols (HBO s John from Cincinnati; Glory Road; Wimbledon)
Chris Klein (American Pie 1 & 2; Election; American Dreamz)
Paul Wesley (TV s Fallen; Peaceful Warrior; Cloud 9)
Michael Beach (TV s Third Watch, Stargate: Atlantis & ER; Soul Food)
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Top customer reviews
The cast is amazing and the friendship portrayed in the movie feels real and genuine. As a bonus, the music throughout it all is great!
Jason Wiles is fantastic at everything he does (acting, writing, directing...), and I can't wait for his future projects.
It's about high school friends, but don't expect a typical high school movie. There's no teeny bopper heart throb singing about breakups and makeups. It's a great coming of age story with real characters who have real issues. A little bit of sports action. Good guys and bad guys. Friendship prevails.
There's some really great stuff in this movie, and it definitely deserves a look. If you're too cheap to buy it at least go rent it!
No, this is more about a bunch of young men who start up a baseball team, play against a team that consists of the towns crooked cops, and fight for a change in the small town they live in.
The one cop who plays the main role is a REAL mean son of a gun, and he's the reason the young boys were feeling so much anger and hostility towards the cop for the entire movie.
This movie had a few problems- for one, it wasn't the most entertaining story you can imagine. Honestly the story felt like it wasn't developed all the way, though I guess I could be confusing that with a small town and quiet storyline which is not supposed to be sophisticated or anything.
Also, the young men were taking a basketball game in the beginning of the movie very seriously which seemed to indicate it would be basketball -not baseball- that would lead to a competition with the cops later on. Not a big deal of course, but kind of confusing.
Despite giving the film only 3 stars, I did like it. I just wish there was more to it than what we got.