Reel Rumbles: “Field of Dreams” vs. “A League of Their Own”

David Conrad

David is the author of AKIRA KUROSAWA AND MODERN JAPAN. He has a Ph.D. in history from the University of Texas at Austin and loves period pieces, classics, and arthouse. He has also read nearly every word J.R.R. Tolkien ever wrote. https://www.amazon.com/Akira-Kurosawa-Modern-Japan-Conrad/dp/1476686742/ @davidaconrad www.facebook.com/DavidConradAuthor/

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5 Responses

  1. Nicely done David, even if I disagree with your conclusion. Then again, I did see A League of Their Own for the only time on a sick day — one where I was conscious of being a burden on my wife, at that. Great line: “There’s no tying in baseball.”

  2. Andy Dickson Andy Dickson says:

    Probably go Field of Dreams, but it’s really close.

  3. I love both these films but Field of Dreams is probably my favorite baseball movie of all time. Even though you don’t see a WHOLE lot of actual baseball being played in the movie, I feel like it perfectly encapsulated the spirit of the game.

  4. Alex Autrey Alex Autrey says:

    For me, it’s League of Their Own. I was able to connect to the characters, and really feel for them. Both movies have a tremendous cast, but for me…League over Dreams.