The Hill movie, based on the life of baseball player Rickey Hill, hits theaters August 25th! We’re giving away a $100 Fandango gift card (scroll to the bottom to enter) so you can grab your tickets and hit the theaters!
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This heartfelt, impactful faith-based movie is just what we needed! You don’t have to be a big baseball fan to love this movie. This is a wonderful, uplifting story of a young man that overcame his challenges. The historical setting is incredible and the actors were all amazing in this film. If you’re looking for an inspiring, feel-good movie then this is the movie to go see!
Growing up impoverished in small-town Texas, young Rickey Hill shows an extraordinary ability for hitting a baseball, despite being burdened by leg braces from a degenerative spinal disease.
His stern, pastor father (Dennis Quaid) discourages Rickey from playing baseball to protect him from injury, and to have him follow in his footsteps and become a preacher.
As a young man, Rickey (Colin Ford) becomes a baseball phenomenon. His desire to participate in a try-out for a legendary major league scout divides the family and threatens Rickey’s dream of playing professional baseball.
Based on a true story, The Hill is directed by Jeff Celentano and also stars Joelle Carter, country music singer and songwriter Randy Houser, Golden Globe nominee Bonnie Bedelia, and Scott Glenn.
- Dennis Quaid as James Hill
- Colin Ford as Rickey Hill
- Joelle Carter as Hellen Hill, Rickey’s mother
- Randy Houser as Ray Clemons, a man from Rickey’s childhood who encourages him to try out for the MLB
- Jesse Berry as young Rickey Hill
- Bonnie Bedelia
- Scott Glenn as Red Murff, the MLB scout who discovers Rickey
The Hill Movie is only in theaters starting August 25th!
Don’t miss The Hill, an inspirational movie about family, faith, and never giving up hope. The Hill, based on a true story, stars Dennis Quaid. Be inspired! If you have family. If you have a dream. Don’t miss The Hill only in theaters starting August 25. Tickets are now available. TheHillMov.com.
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