Everyone's HeroIn 1932, the dawn of the Great Depression, a young baseball fan Yankee Irving (Jake T. Austin) comes to a turning point in his life when he faces a critical decision: Should he take a chance and possibly become a hero, or should he play it safe?Keywords:
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Directors of "Everyone's Hero"Colin BradyChristopher ReeveBirthdate: 25 September 1952, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Everyone's Hero"Robert KurtzJeff Hand
Critic Reviews of "Everyone's Hero"AV ClubSeptember 23, 2006
It's a shallow, treacly movie for children too little to question its many pointless puerilities.Ebert & RoeperSeptember 18, 2006
A sweet but very forgettable animated adventure.Washington PostSeptember 15, 2006
The movie is a feast of miscalculations.VarietySeptember 15, 2006
... a modestly engaging mix of broad comedy and nostalgic fable, spiked with a few unwelcome sprinklings of gross-out gags.USA TodaySeptember 15, 2006
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.Toronto StarSeptember 15, 2006
... feels more like a 1950s cartoon.Common Sense MediaJanuary 01, 2011
A bland feel-good flick with a positive message.Decent Films GuideOctober 27, 2006
Old-fashioned, sweet, but ultimately disposable family fare with echoes of better films from Toy Story to The Iron Giant.Filmcritic.comSeptember 30, 2006
misguided and poorly executedAustin ChronicleSeptember 30, 2006
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.Sacramento News & ReviewSeptember 27, 2006
The setup of this computer-animated feature is strained, the story is contrived, and the ending is downright silly.
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