Heroism In The Natural Movie

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In the natural, baseball is the main point of the whole movie. It is about a guy named Roy Hobbs, a small town guy, who is really good at baseball. No one knows his whereabouts and everyone wants to know “where the heck did this guy come from?”. He takes everyone by surprise by being really good, since he is a middle age man. He proves them all wrong when he starts winning games, which does not make the judge happy at all. They are all trying to figure out where he came from.
In Field of Dreams, Ray Kinsella, hears a voice come from the field of his corn field one night. It tells him “If you build, he will come”. So Ray sets out to build a baseball field with the support of his wife, Annie. Once he builds it, the ghosts of Shoeless Joe Jackson and the other seven Chicago White Sox players banned from the game for throwing the 1919 World Series. They play on his field. He is their hero for letting them play again. In A League of their own is about a league of women that are
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Everyone is surprised how good he is for a middle aged man. He starts winning them games one by one. Everyone is impressed, because they were losing before and now are winning. The judge is not happy that he is winning, because the judge wants to take the team away. In Field of Dreams, Ray Kinsella is the hero, because he brings the eight banned players back together after death to play again. He builds a field because he hears a voice one night say “ If you build, he will come” and starts building a baseball field. His daughter, Karin, almost dies after falling off the stands and gets a hotdog longed in her throat. She survives. All eight banned players come and play again together. When they are leaving, Ray wants to come but realizes he didn’t build the field for something and doesn’t go. He sees his father and they talk and throw
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