Brad Pitt stars in the real-life tale of Major League Baseball general manager Billy Beane, who built up a winning team despite a decreased budget thanks to his sly use of statistical data to calculate the best -- and cheapest -- players for his roster. Aaron Sorkin updates Steve Zaillian's adaptation of Michael Lewis' fly-on-the-wall novel for Columbia Pictures, with Robin Wright, Jonah Hill, and Philip Seymour Hoffman co-starring.

Director: Bennett Miller

Starring: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill,Philip Seymour Hoffman, Robin Wright, Chris Pratt


  • Never before, though, have statistics added up to such electrifying entertainment. After the mostly minor-league productions of recent months, this movie, which was directed by Bennett Miller, renews your belief in the power of movies.

    Joe Morgenstern - The Wall Street Journal

    26 April 2013

  • The supersmart and rousing Moneyball, which may be the best baseball movie since "Bull Durham," is also about talk, but in a coolly heady and original inside-the-front-office way.

    Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly

    26 April 2013

  • Starring Brad Pitt in top movie star form, it's a film that's impressive and surprising.

    Kenneth Turan - Los Angeles Times

    26 April 2013

  • Now that Pitt no longer has brash youth on his side, he's digging deeper and doing more with less. It's the kind of acting - understated but woven with golden threads of movie-star style - that gives us more to look at rather than less.

    Stephanie Zacharek - Movieline

    26 April 2013

  • Moneyball is one of the best and most viscerally exciting films of the year.

    Peter Travers - Rolling Stone

    26 April 2013


  • Movie of the Year

    AFI Awards (2012)

  • Best Achievement in Film Editing

    Academy Awards (2012)

  • Best Edited Feature Film - Dramatic

    American Cinema Editors (2012)

  • Best Actor

    Australian Film Institute (2012)

  • Best Foreign Language Film

    Awards of the Japanese Academy (2012)