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It Ain't Over

Gives Berra his due in following the life of a bad-ball hitting catcher but also a D-Day veteran, loving husband and father and, yes, product endorser and originator (mostly) of his own brand of proverbs now ingrained into everyday life. (PG, 98 min.)


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Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra is one of baseball’s greatest. He amassed ten World Series rings, 3 MVP awards and 18 All-Star Game appearances. He caught the only perfect game in World Series history. Yet for many his deserved stature was overshadowed by his simply being himself and being recognized more for his unique personality, TV commercial appearances and unforgettable “Yogi-isms,” initially head-scratching philosophical nuggets that make a lot more sense the more you think about them. In telling the whole story, It Ain’t Over gives Berra his due in following the life of a savvy, commanding, bad-ball hitting catcher with a squat frame but also a D-Day veteran, loving husband and father and, yes, product endorser and originator (mostly) of his own brand of proverbs now ingrained into everyday life. Granddaughter Lindsay Berra tells his story along with his sons, former Yankee teammates, players he managed, writers, broadcasters, and admirers (such as Billy Crystal), plus photos and footage on and off the diamond. Berra famously said, “I’d be pretty dumb if I started being something I’m not,” and It Ain’t Over lovingly makes clear he stayed who he was for the benefit of baseball and everyone else. [SPC]

Starring: Andy Andres, Roger Angell, Marty Appel
Director: Sean Mullin
Genre: Documentary

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"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

"A warm-hearted look back at one of professional sport’s most colourful folk heroes, the late Yogi Berra, the documentary, It Ain’ Over, is also a film with a score to settle."

— Liam Lacey, Original-Cin

"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,

"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

"This is the kind of movie that makes you want to sit through the credits, and not for some “hidden” scene featuring superheroes eating shawarma. Rather, it’s because it’s so pleasant you won’t want It Ain’t Over to be over."

— Mike Scott, New Orleans Times-Picayune

"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