Question: At the end of the movie, the Voice is credited as Himself. Who was really responsible for doing the voice that sent Ray on his journey?
Question: At the end of the movie, Ray realises that the messages he had been receiving were about his dad. "If you build it, he will come." Ray built the ball field and his dad appeared. "Ease his pain." Ray played a game of catch with his dad. How does the message "Go the distance" refer to his dad?
Question: How come none of the ball players can go past the first base foul line?
Question: I understand what "If you build it, he will come" and "Ease his pain" both mean but what did the voice mean when he said "Go the distance"?
Question: How did Karen know there was a game on if the players hadn't yet come out of the corn?
Question: Near the beginning, Ray is hearing voices in the cornfield. When the baseball field is "shown" to him, is it in a different orientation than what he ends up building. The field is rotated 180 degrees. I understand that the field could be built however he wants it, but why would he build it differently than his "dream"? Why not build it exactly as he saw it?