"A lively, engaging and moving documentary."
— Glenn Kenny, The New York Times
"More emotional than you'd expect from a doc about a hard-hitting catcher."
— Dan Fienberg, Hollywood Reporter
"The film is a spin through baseball history, but also an examination of how media-molded personas can overtake genuine accomplishments."
— Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic
"I’m convinced. I’ll happily agree with what Billy Crystal says in the film, that Berra is 'the most overlooked superstar in the history of baseball.'"
— Daniel Neman, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"Filled with game footage, home movies and knowledgeable talking heads, It Ain't Over ensures Berra’s exalted status in the annals of America’s pastime."
— Thelma Adams, AARP Movies for Grownups
"Yogi Berra lived the kind of life we wish our heroes to have: filled with love, respect, and integrity. This is a film fans can embrace and younger generations can learn from. I loved it."
— Leonard Maltin, leonardmaltin.com
"Sean Mullin’s documentary It Ain’t Over is literally inside baseball. The film is essentially a Berra family project, an attempt to rehabilitate the professional reputation of someone who often doesn’t get his due as a player."
— G. Allen Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle
"Serving as a potent reminder of the stellar athletic ability that, in time, had been overshadowed by his admittedly outsized personality, the affectionate It Ain’t Over offers a winning coda to the career assessment of the late, great Yogi Berra."
— Michael Rechtshaffen, Los Angeles Times