Everyone's Hero
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A young baseball fan sets out on a cross-country quest to recover Babe Ruth's stolen bat and restore his father's good name in a computer animated family adventure that shows you're never too young to be a hero. Yankee Irving (voice of Jake T. Austin) may not be the best base-runner in his neighborhood, but his love of the game is about to lead him on the adventure of a lifetime when a legendary baseball bat is stolen from Yankee stadium on his father's watch. Now determined to get back the bat from the crooked security guard who swiped it (voice of William H. Macy) and place… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 41%

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"A sweet but very forgettable animated adventure."
‑ Richard Roeper, Ebert & Roeper
"Everyone's Hero is a sweet, inspirational movie that doesn't offer any surprises, but entertains youthful audiences in a gentle, almost old-fashioned way."
‑ Claudia Puig, USA Today
"A bland feel-good flick with a positive message."
‑ Jane Boursaw, Common Sense Media
"misguided and poorly executed"
‑ Pete Croatto, Filmcritic.com
"While this might sound amusing, animated inanimate objects can only do so much bouncing and rolling before their shtick gets stale."
‑ Manny Lewis, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"The movie is a feast of miscalculations."
‑ Stephen Hunter, Washington Post
"... feels more like a 1950s cartoon."
‑ Susan Walker, Toronto Star
"Sweet and good-natured, but ultimately it's as unremarkable as its animation."
‑ Christopher Smith, Bangor Daily News (Maine)
"Young boys may be enchanted by the inspirational adventure, but for anyone over the age of nine, Yankee's journey is ultimately a dull one paved with good intentions."
‑ Brian Clark, Austin Chronicle
"I suspect that most kids will get more excitement and thrills out of even the most meaningless end-of-season regulation ball game than they will with this film."
‑ Peter Sobczynski, eFilmCritic.com
"... a modestly engaging mix of broad comedy and nostalgic fable, spiked with a few unwelcome sprinklings of gross-out gags."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"It's all good fun, but the film really only works if one buys its more awkward elements."
‑ Tom Keogh, Seattle Times
"Old-fashioned, sweet, but ultimately disposable family fare with echoes of better films from Toy Story to The Iron Giant."
‑ Steven D. Greydanus, Decent Films Guide
"The setup of this computer-animated feature is strained, the story is contrived, and the ending is downright silly."
‑ Jim Lane, Sacramento News & Review
"The opportunity to talk to the kids who see this little film about the Reeves' story -- a real-life triumph of inspiration over tragedy -- is perhaps the best tribute to the couple this film provides."
‑ D. Scott Apel, Reel.com
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