Create Game Lists on
FilmCrave home
   Movies  Members
Search +
Searching... Close  
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?
  Login Using Facebook

Trouble with the Curve (2012) Movie Information

Your Rating:
Trouble with the Curve (2012)
Buy Trouble with the Curve (2012) DVD from AmazonBuy Trouble with the Curve (2012) DVD from Amazon
        Play Trailer    Write Review +  Request correction + Add to List: Add to movie list 

Overall Rank:


Avg. Rating:


# of Ratings:








Theater Date:


DVD Release:



Robert Lorenz


Clint Eastwood
Amy Adams
Matthew Lillard
Justin Timberlake
John Goodman
Scott Eastwood





Plot Outline:

Gus, an aging baseballs scout who relies on his instinct rather than technology to recruit, is reaching the end of the line. He decides to take on last recruiting trip and hopes that bringing along his daughter will help their strained relationship. Meanwhile, up-and-coming recruiter Johnny Flanagan no only has his sights set on the best talent, but Gus' daughter as well. -- Chris Kavan

Related Movie Lists

Top Films of 2012 by Neobowler movies of 2012 by skater4159
Top Drama by Rod 2012: Best to Worst by Nolane
Movies of 2012 by Stoney McStonerson Blu-ray titles by LeeAnn M.
Top Movie List by Rebecca Movies Owned by Quan
Movies I want to see by E.H. Top Movie List by Robyn

Quick Movie Reviews

Rod 09/10/2014 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of

Great actors in a light-drama film.

Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No

Full Movie Reviews

Movie God

03/23/2015 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

A beautifull entertaining romantic drama.

What are you all staring at? I'm not a pole dancer.

Clint Eastwood (Gus) as a baseball scout. A moody old grump who seemingly only has eyes for baseball. He is getting older and his eyes are getting dramatically worse. So his best friend (nice guest star by John Goodman) asks Gus's daughter to assist her father. The new generation in the club where Gus is under contract, tries to relieve Gus. Matthew Lillard, of course, plays the role of the annoying smart ass. I don't know why, but this guy just has the charisma to put down such an annoying brat
Despite the enormous accumulation of cliches and predictable courses, this movie could hold my attention until the end and I found it an enjoyable movie to watch. The poor father-daughter relationship, which is actually the main subject in th...

Rating of

read more +
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No

06/22/2013 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

A feel good movie for any person sports fan or not

Clint Eastwood plays Gus Lobel, a veteran baseball talent scout for the Atlanta Braves who refuses to rely on computer stats to judge new talent relying instead on good old fashioned gut work, such as hearing the sound of a ball hitting a glove and a ball hitting a bat. Unfortunately his eyesight is failing and this is Gus' last chance to scout a hotshot prospect before the team offers him retirement.

Gus's friend and boss, played by John Goodman, realizing that something's up with Gus, recruits his daughter Mickey (Amy Adams), a career oriented attorney with eyes on a promotion to partner, to accompany Gus on the trip. (For those wondering, Gus named his daughter after Mickey Mantle.) Mickey has her own personal issues and wants closure from a rocky past stemming from her dad sending ...

Rating of

read more +
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No

09/28/2012 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

'Trouble With The Curve' Movie Review

It’s not a secret that Clint Eastwood has been making a (new) name for himself lately, but whether you enjoy ALL his performances or just the non-political ones, there’s no denying that he’s his usual talented self in “Trouble With the Curve” — or, as it could also be named: ”A Tale of Three Tools”.

THE GOOD: Gus Lobel (Eastwood) is a baseball scout for the Atlanta Braves and likes to play things ‘old-school’ — meaning he depends on his eyes to judge a player’s potential, and not some computer program. Gus is really starting to feel his age, and has recently been informed by his eye doctor that the one thing he relies on for his job – his vision — is rapidly deteriorating. Pair this with the fact that an up and coming brown-noser in the office (Tool #1–played by Matthew Lillard) is try...

Rating of

read more +
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
Log In
Help on how to log into FilmCrave
Login with Facebook
Login with FilmCrave
What Members Are Doing
Movie Talk
New Movie Reviews
New Movie Lists
2017 by Karmand
Top Action Movies by Meghna
Movies I Want To See by M3tr4nk0
My Favorite Films Of 2007 by Lee
Movies First Seen in 2018 by royaluglydudes
Need to see 1953 by Daniel
Movies I Want To See by Rod
My Dramas by Carol




Contact FilmCrave Public Relations    

Advertise and Business

Developer API

Contact Us


About us



Support FilmCrave

FAQ and Help

News and Press

Terms of Use