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I know Bernie Mac to be lovable, here he was far from that. I understand his plight and why he was such a jerk in Mr.3000, but just because there is justification does not mean it is right. Mac as Stan Ross is completely graceless, and the jokes and little montage scenes are completely tasteless. A predictable film, to the point that when the viagra joke was said, I had to turn it off. I may not be Zoltar, but I know the formula to a comedy headed to hell when I see one.
With all the baseball movies out there this one is forgotten simply for the reason it's just an average film.
Bernie Mac (RIP) has some funny moments, but it's basically a Mr. Baseball in the since I never care if I see it again.
To argue with us on whether that squibber up the 3B line should have actually been scored an error, head on over to broforcesquad.com
It's good movie to watch
Bernie Mac carries it!
likeable albeit predictable
Mac raises this generic,poorly written movie as high as it will go but still not over the top.
It's been a long time since I have seen this movie, and looking back on it, it's not terrible, but this isn't nearly as good as I thought it was years ago.
I actually liked this film.
The premise is simple but unique.
A baseball player was robbed of a few hits that took away from 3000, so he comes out of retirement to get the hits.
Bernie Mac gives a very underrated performance here.
He is cool as the other side of the pillow and brings some charisma to the role. The movie really showcases his talents.
There are some silly cliches...i.e. teammates not liking him, forced behaviors etc.
That being said I liked it.
The always sexy Angela Basset was awesome here as the reporter who chronicles his journey and develops a relationship with him.
She's real good here.
This movie is worth a watch and while some of the dialogue is obviously forced it's a damn good film.
Great movie and a nice twist at the end
The late Bernie mac is terrific, but the movie falls short from being remotely interesting.