I think it means that if I build a baseball field out there that Shoeless Joe Jackson will get to come back and play ball again. -Ray Kinsella
:: Ian and Christine · Spain
favorite scene: Amy Madigan's leap, and Ray's father playing ball with him. The single most uplifting and hopeful film we've seen.
:: Jaime · USA
favorite scene: when Ray finally gets to play catch with his father
:: Jamie · USA · website
:: Jared · USA
favorite scene: James Earl Jones waxing poetic about baseball, innocence, America, and life in general. One of the most poetic cases of nostalgia done right ever put to film.
:: Jason · USA
favorite scene: when Terence comes clean with Ray in the street in Boston that he saw what Ray saw at Fenway and the "have a catch" scene at the end
:: Jennifer · USA
favorite scene: definitely the end scene when Ray gets to play catch with his dad
:: Jill · USA