Okay. Feel free to talk about the movie if you want. It was your typical "triumph over odds" movie about a 30-something science teacher who gets a shot at the majors and in the process reconciles with his father and bonds with his son.
But what I want to bring up to anyone who sees the movie is a scene where Dennis Quaid is talking to his wife on the phone and the son is posting post-it notes on the side of their computer moniter. Each post-it note in a vertical line has a giant "K" on it. There are three post-it notes.
I don't think this could have made it through several weeks in the editing room and then however many test screenings, without someone commenting on it. So what was the director thinking leaving something so blatantly obvious in the film???