It delivers one cringe-worthy cliche after another, drawing on bad movie conventions from the 80s for most of its inspiration, which would have been ok if it were a parody or a spoof. Except it isnt. It takes itself extremely seriously. And before long, you have been served so much embarrassment that you applaud the filmmaker for his persistence and obliviousness to all the cringe-worthiness. The corny dialogue is only less baffling than the bombastic and gawdawful music. In the end, it's not about baseball, it's not about homosexuality, it's not about famous dead singers. Or family, or love, or loss. All it is is a bunch of good looking bare bodies without souls.