In 2016, the Chicago Cubs returned to the World Series for the first time since World War II. The city celebrated...some of it, that is.

Running Time
14 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Sport, Short
Spencer Seibert, J. Clay Tweel
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Crosstown» (19)

Lawrence W. avatar
Lawrence W.

Well-acted by a great cast. Entertaining. Pulled me into story and interested until the end.

Amy Tucker avatar
Amy Tucker

Old-school Documentary goodness! Real good. It's got plot, visuals, soundtrack, performances.

Amber avatar

If any people ask to me to recommend a very well made Documentary movie i surely recommend this one, and i really hope that could exist a sequel, i would love it.

Lisa C. avatar
Lisa C.

This is the best looking version of the theatrical release. You also get the standard blu-ray with 3 different versions of the film. You can’t go wrong with this package in my opinion.

Heather avatar

This is the new standard! I recommend this for anyone who has a heart.

Aaron Simpson avatar
Aaron Simpson

Loved the movie. Definitely worth watching especially if you like Sport

Ann M. avatar
Ann M.

I can't explain enough how brilliant the movie was, it's perfect, and that's definitely an understatement

Christopher F. avatar
Christopher F.

Here's a fine example of a film that may makes up for an exciting watch due to its director J. Clay Tweel extra-ordinary sense of creating spectacles that feel like breathing artworks.

Bryan Bell avatar
Bryan Bell

So, what makes this film different? It's smart, focused, and suspenseful.

Wayne A. avatar
Wayne A.

This is a movie with a simple and straightforward plot which contains layers and layers of intelligent writing. This is a brilliant movie. Watch it.

Angela H. avatar
Angela H.

J. Clay Tweel doesn't do bad movies. Always enjoyed to watch.

Catherine Taylor avatar
Catherine Taylor

Arguably this should not be a difficult film to review. It is nothing less than brilliant. The story, the direction, the musical score, the casting, the acting, the dialog. Brilliant!!! Just brilliant!