Angels in the Infield (2000)





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A baseball player stuck in a losing streak gets some heavenly help in the second sequel to Disney's 1994 hit Angels in the Outfield. Eddie Everett (Patrick Warburton) is a pitcher with the Anaheim Angels who has been in a slump ever since a bungled play helped his team lose the pennant a year ago. Depressed, Eddie has lost confidence in his abilities; his marriage to Claire (Rebecca Jenkins) is on the rocks, and when Claire decides to move on, she leaves it to Eddie to watch over their 13-year-old daughter Laurel (Brittney Irvin). Laurel loves her father, but they're all but strangers to each other, and she isn't sure what she can do to help him. One night, Laurel prays for help for her dad, and her prayer is answered in the form of a guardian angel, Bob "Bungler" Bugler (David Alan Grier). Bob was a singularly unimpressive ball player who died ten years earlier, and has been trying to earn his wings ever since; Bob hopes that by helping Laurel, he can prove his worth to St. Peter, and by helping Eddie, he might get one last change to play in the big leagues. Angels in the Infield also features Kurt Fuller as Simon, Eddie's agent, and Colin Fox as The Devil, who has plans of his own regarding Eddie's career.
Comedy , Kids & Family , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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Pacific Motion Pictures


Patrick Warburton
as Eddie Everett
David Alan Grier
as Bob Bugler
Colin Fox
as The Devil
Kurt Fuller
as Simon

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Audience Reviews for Angels in the Infield

A film I did not see as a child. I finally gave in to complete the trilogy of angels sports movies. Though this probably is the worst of the three and has a really weak first 30 minutes I felt that it got better at the end. However, it still was pretty boring and felt so uninspired. Overall, saying that you have seen Angels in the infield makes you wonder if you had any expectations to see something you would be blown away by.

Matthew Marks
Matthew Marks

The final part in the "Angels" trilogy released by Disney in the 90's. David Alan Grier takes on the role of lead Angel, as the Angels return to help the fledgling baseball team once again. Laughs are to be had here, but its a shame that Christopher Lloyd did not return to finish off the series. This film is actually better than the 2nd film and closes off the trilogy nicely. I wouldn't go on to say that this could have ushered in a new series of "Angels' film, I'm glad it ends here. David Alan Grier does a fine job in his role and makes you laugh, but it does feel like he is only copying off of Lloyd's work. I would say to go see this over the 2nd film Angels in the EndZone, as this is a much more fitting sequel, even without Lloyd. 3 out of 5 stars

Eric Curto
Eric Curto

A cute family film, not quite as good as its predecessor "Angels in the Outfield", but still fun to watch.

Bill Jantzen
Bill Jantzen

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