Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria)
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Utterly dreadful and unnecessary sequel to the brilliant original "Major League". I'd like to meet the person(s) who gave this awful script the green light.
killed the franchise
The way you hear people talk about this one it is as if it was the worst sequel ever made. Well, I certainly think aspects of the original were better, but ultimately, they are the same movie only with different ratings and Charlie Sheen's character is more of the focal point this time. I didn't love it, and I didn't hate it. It just seemed to be more of the same.
Well, the magic is gone. But at least, there is baseball on screen.
This movie was alright, not as good as the original. The acting and the plot could have been better.
Retread sequel with more of the same.
A forced, silly, and awful sequel.
All our favorite players are back it's just unfortunate they aren't given anything new or refreshing to do.
2nd best major league movie ever made!
There's nothing particularly original here, but Major League II holds up pretty decently. This is the second time around getting to know these characters and root for them, and while it's predictable it's still exciting when the Indians start winning. One thing that did bother me is that it's obviously shot at Camden Yards when it's supposed to be Cleveland. I feel like they could have done a better job disguising that. Overall, the first movie is better but this one's not bad.