Often called "The Chicago Swingers," ALLEYBALL follows a group of wiffleball-playing late bloomers as they meander through what could be their last summer together in Chicago. Stuart, the ...
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In the town of Dillford, humans, vampires and zombies were all living in peace - until the alien apocalypse arrived. Now three teenagers - one human, one vampire, and one zombie - have to team up to figure out how to get rid of the visitors.
Often called "The Chicago Swingers," ALLEYBALL follows a group of wiffleball-playing late bloomers as they meander through what could be their last summer together in Chicago. Stuart, the most thoughtful of the gang, dreams of writing offbeat greeting cards. His career-minded girlfriend wants to move to Portland and get married.Written by
This was a great movie about a bunch of friends that like to drink beers and have a good time. They are all a few shades of clueless about catering to their wo-man. The characters are all likable in a Dwight Schrut kinda way. The main character is also the directer and writer and there are a few priceless lines in the movie. It's obviously not a big budget production but I wasn't too concerned. I would have liked if they actually put a title menu on the DVD. Other than that, the picture quality and filmography was tight. The city of Chicago is also a big star in the picture, but not in a majorly overdone kinda way. What else can I say? I enjoyed the movie much more than being forced to write a minimum of ten lines to qualify this review for IMDb publication. There..this one goes to eleven.
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