Million Dollar Arm
An opportunity to pitch baseball comes from out of left field.
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Million Dollar Arm
Rating & Content Info
Why is Million Dollar Arm rated PG? Million Dollar Arm is rated PG by the MPAA for mild language and some suggestive content.
Violence: Characters argue briefly.
Sexual Content: A man makes some sexual comments. Sexual activity is implied between several characters. Some embracing and kissing is shown.
Language: The script contains infrequent scatological slang, terms of Deity, mild profanities, curses and some sexual innuendo.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink on several occasions at home, in a bar and in social settings. Some characters inadvertently get drunk at a house party.
Page last updated May 23, 2016
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Cast and Crew
Million Dollar Arm is directed by Craig Gillespie and stars Lake Bell, Jon Hamm, Bill Paxton, Alan Arkin.
The most recent home video release of Million Dollar Arm movie is October 7, 2014. Here are some details…Home Video Notes: Million Dollar Arm
Release Date: 7 October 2014
Million Dollar Arm releases to home video (Blu-ray/Digital Copy) with the following bonus features:
- Training Camp: Actors Suraj Sharma and Madhur Mittal faced the same daunting challenge that their characters Rinku and Dinesh did—learning how to pitch a baseball.
- Their Story: The real JB Bernstein, Rinku and Dinesh explore the legacy of the Million Dollar Arm contest and its impact on the lives and aspirations of children in India... and their own lives as well.
- Million Dollar Music by A.R. Rahman: The Oscar-winning composer (for Best Original Score, Slumdog Millionaire, 2008) talks about creating music that encompasses two worlds—India and the U.S.
- Alternate Ending, Outtakes, and Deleted Scenes
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