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Fuzzy, feel-good movie about baseball, babes and believing in yourself.
Los Angeles Times
Under Michael Tollin's direction, Prinze does well in what is surely the most complex character he has played on the screen.
Haphazard mix of boisterously crude comedy, romantic entanglements, class-conscious clashes and intensely competitive hardball.
Uninspired baseball romance.
Prinze, Lillard, and Biel are all pleasant enough to look at, but the film's Romeo and Juliet tropes are shopworn by now, and the movie gives us nothing else.
Awful light drama.
New York Post
Summer Catch is the sludge at the bottom of the barrel.
Can only be enjoyed with a skullful of Old Bohemian and a faceful of high school crotch.
San Francisco Chronicle
The equivalent of a full-course meal with no calories. It is a mirage of a movie, 100 minutes of nothing.
Apparently, you can lead a Prinze to a movie, but you can't make him act.
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