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I loved this film as a child, but can understand why so many reviewers were disappointed. Olyage!
Gus will change the way you think of film.
150410: This film goes back to much simpler times. Asner has some good one-liners but, overall, this is a pretty bad flick.
Great cast! Funny and entertaining family movie
★★1/2 (out of four)
A fair Disney comedy with their typical flare for the unbelievable. The situations are silly and chaotic like you would expect. The film does have its moments of laughter, but not enough to give a recommendation.
The Atom's, a football team, has been on a losing streak for quite some time. With little reason to believe that things could turn around anytime soon, the coach hires a new kicker in the form of a mule.
Things start to turn around so poor Gus becomes targeted in a kidnapping plot to keep him from playing.
Many Disney regulars are on board like Don Knotts, Tim Conway, Ed Asner and some new one like Gary Grimes (he disappeared from movies right after that and has never been heard from again).
Quite vague and not that funny.
Is it a great film? Nope. Is it goofy? Yup. Just something about a 70's Disney screwball comedy with good comedic actors, a mule and NFL football. eeee awwww!
A cute, but lacking sports film.
For a Disney movie a good thing not too bad but as always bizarre
Typical 1970s Disney fodder. The mule turns in a better performance than many of it's human co-stars. If you like slapstick that doesn't require you to think, this may very well be your movie.