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Film Review - Spaceman

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“Spaceman” inspects a rough period in the career of pitcher Bill Lee, a notorious wild man who led with passion, growing comfortable with recklessness during his time in Major League Baseball. However, those expecting to see much sport in the picture (executive produced by “Bull Durham” helmer Ron Shelton) are going to be disappointed. “Spaceman” isn’t a baseball story, it’s a tale of desperation and aging threaded through the internals of a man who can’t process change and loss. Lee is a fascinating subject for a cinematic exploration, and writer/director Brett Rapkin is pointed the right way, but this is not a satisfying overview of panic, missing important pieces of the story as the effort speeds through its run time. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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