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Mickey is a baseball drama that was released in the United States in 2003. It was directed by Hugh Wilson, and it was written by the famous author, John Grisham. It is rated PG, and it has a running time of 90 minutes. It stars Harry Connick Jr. as Tripp, and Shawn Salinas as Mickey. The supporting cast consists of Mike Starr, Michelle Johnson, Mark Joy, Alexander Roos, and Danny Bell.

The movie begins with Tripp finding out that he is under investigation by the IRS. He decides to run from the investigation, taking his son Mickey with him. They assume new identities to assist in their concealment. Their new identities allow Mickey to become one year younger. This lets him to play on a little league baseball team.

Things are going well for the father and son. Additionally, Mickey's role on the little league team causes them to be very successful. This leads to media attention, which makes Tripp very uncomfortable. The more attention they receive, the more likely it is that the IRS will find them. Eventually, Mickey's team makes it to the championship game in the little league world series. They represent the champions of the United States against the international champions of Cuba.

Before the championship game takes place, it is revealed that a number of players from the Cuban team are ineligible. Cuba is accused of having kids from different countries to help them assemble an all star team. This causes Tripp and Mickey to have a revelation. They decide to be honest about all the lies they have been telling. They come clean on live television too. As a result, both teams are disqualified, and they are replaced by the runner-ups. Tripp must then accept the consequences of all the actions he took throughout the film.

Not Rated
| 2004 | 1 hr 30 min | 5.9/10
Mabel Normand, George Nichols, Laura La Varnie, Lew Cody
Hugh Wilson
Produced By
John Grisham
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Also starring George Nichols