Major League

1989

Major League

Critics Consensus

Major League may be predictable and formulaic, but buoyed by the script's light, silly humor -- not to mention the well-built sports action sequences and funny performances.

82%

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Sample three beers before selecting your favorite for a pint to enjoy during the movie! Also includes snacks. The new owner of the Cleveland Indians puts together a purposely horrible team so they'll lose and she can move the team. But when the plot is uncovered, they start winning just to spite her.

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Cast

Tom Berenger
as Jake Taylor
Charlie Sheen
as Ricky Vaughn
Corbin Bernsen
as Roger Dorn
Margaret Whitton
as Rachel Phelps
James Gammon
as Lou Brown
Bob Uecker
as Harry Doyle
Rene Russo
as Lynn Wells
Wesley Snipes
as Willie Mays Hayes
Charles Cyphers
as Charlie Donovan
Chelcie Ross
as Eddie Harris
Dennis Haysbert
as Pedro Cerrano
Andy Romano
as Pepper Leach
Steve Yeager
as Duke Temple
Kevin Crowley
as Vic Bolito
Mike Bacarella
as Johnny Wynn
Skip Griparis
as Colorman
Gary Houston
as Ross Farmer
Ward Ohrman
as Arthur Holloway
Marge Kotlisky
as Chaire Holloway
Deborah Wakeham
as Janice Bowden
Joe Liss
as Guy in Bar
Gregory Alan Williams
as Bull Pen Guard
James Deuter
as Phil Butler
Jack McLaughlin-Gray
as Jerry Simmons
Ted Noose
as Lyle Matthews
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A by-the-book, losers-come-from-behind sports movie, with its characters charmingly portrayed to make it all go down easy. Uecker steals the film. And note the frequency of Bud Lite product placement, nearly a joke all by itself.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

Silly fun with great characters: Vaughn with his nerdbomber frames bedazzled with a skull and crossbones, Willie Mays Hayes with his gyrating hips that Steve Urkel must have borrowed, Cerrano with his vaguely racist voodoo worshipping. This is the first time I rooted against the Yankees.

Alice Shen
Alice Shen

Super Reviewer

½

This movie has a lot going for it, and by the time the credits begin to role, you are going to appreciate the storytelling of how the worst team in the major leagues became the best with one season. This film is filled with great laughs, intense ball-games, a knockout cast, and some of the strongest will-power I have ever laid eyes upon. It may be a story that seems to be overdone, but when you really think about it, when the dialogue is actually good, the actors are fantastic, and the plot is pure, what is not to love about this movie? Major League is a major home-run, even if it is more of an inspirational film than a comedy!

KJ Proulx
KJ Proulx

Super Reviewer

½

In the History of sports there's always been at least two baseball films that has stood out above all the rest. For me it's Major League and The Sandlot. Major League is truly a sports comedy classic. What makes Major League such a winner is the many memorable scenes in the film and characters. Charlie Sheen as "Wild Thing" Vaughn, I mean you gotta love his bad attitude. Sheen was in his prime here, before all his troubles. I personally think this is his funniest film, as I think that Hot Shots! was average really. But what he did in Major League was terrific. The other cast members that star with Sheen are also memorable and great. The comedy in Major League is sharp, and witty and every character is funny in their own special way. I personally think that along with The Sandlot, Major League has stood its ground as one of two definitive baseball comedies. Films like Rookie Of The Year look dated and are more irritating today. Major League is a popular film amongst baseball fans and it's easy to see why. This film is one funny laugh fest and it's definitely one great comedy to watch with friends. Major League has a great cast of actors and they all deliver something unique to the screen which makes this film so good. So if you've never seen Major League, and are a baseball fan, then I suggest that you watch this classic. Or if you're looking for a good comedy with plenty of laughs, Major League is a wise choice.

Alex roy
Alex roy

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