Fever Pitch

Theatrical Release: April 8, 2005
Fever Pitch
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Synopsis

When Lindsay Meeks (Drew Barrymore) meets Ben Rightman (Jimmy Fallon) they fall for each other at the first sight. They are in love. Until Lindsay sees baseball season starts up and Ben has a new love… The Boston Red Sox. Now Lindsay must make this come to a halt to win Ben back through his Red Sox obsession.

Dove Review

Fever Pitch is a lighthearted comedy about an obsessed baseball fan and his workaholic girlfriend. We witness their meeting and several months of their dating as Lindsay learns how to cope with Ben’s deep love of the game.

The language in this film is fairly mild for a PG-13 movie, and many people will enjoy this sometimes slow but mostly funny look inside a relationship. Unfortunately, the entire movie surrounds an unwed couple who are clearly having a sexual relationship. At one point in the film, Lindsay confronts Ben with the news that she is “late” (and I don’t mean for an appointment). Due to this single reoccurring element Dove is unable to award this film our “Family-Approved” seal.

Content Description

Sex: Many times as Lindsey and Ben are frequently shown in bed (no nudity) or discuss the results of their sexual activity. Man in a shower having his privates shaved by a friend who is also a doctor (no nudity)
Language: 2 - Sh_t, 4-OMG, Bast_rd, 2-A_s, Cr_p, D_mn it.
Violence: Mild comic violence as one woman punches another; woman hit in the head with a football; woman hit in the head with a baseball and knocked unconscious.
Drugs: Some Drinking
Nudity: None
Occult: None

Info

Company: 20th Century Fox
Genre: Comedy
Industry Rating: PG-13
Starring: Drew Barrymore, Jimmy Fallon, Jason Spevack
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe