dir. Phil Alden Robinson
The Story: Totally not crazy Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) hears voices and sees visions instructing him to fell his profitable corn field and replace it with a baseball diamond. And then he tells his wife Annie (Amy Madigan) that the man living inside his brain instructed him to destroy their livelihood. Instead of reacting with, "Oh, yeah, no, yeah, yeah, that's a great idea. We should totally forego the ass-load of cash we're getting in government subsidies, so that you can have playtime with your head-voice people. You're right; a baseball diamond is totally better than eating and mortgage payments. And you know what, while we're building that ball field, I'm gonna take you to a great new bar where you can watch the games in the meantime..."
...his wife agrees to his plan. They build the ball field. The ghosts of old ball players play ball. Other stuff happens. Ray plays ball with his dead dad's ghost. Cars line the highway to come watch the ghosts.
What Happened After the Cameras Stopped: People from all over the region make it to the ball-field to watch the spectacle. Thousands are packed around the Kinsella farm, waiting for the game of catch to end so they finally see all the ghosts playing baseball (which, by the way, the only thing more boring than baseball is old-timey baseball. People might as well be excited about auto racing involving old-timey non-fast moving cars). And when everyone is assembled the ghosts kill everyone. Because they're ghosts; that's what ghosts do.
Also, none of that happened, because ghosts aren't real. And also, Ray's crazy. Remember? Didn't you read what the story was about?