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This hilarious, crowd-pleasing hit scores big laughs with funnyman Bernie Mac and Academy Award® nominee Angela Bassett! The day he got his 3,000th big league hit, Stan Ross (Mac) walked away from the game believing he'd punched his ticket to the Hall of Fame. But 10 years later, Stan becomes baseball's biggest error when it's discovered that three of his hits don't count! Now this over-the-hill former star with an oversized ego decides to make the major leagues' most outrageous comeback in order to regain his claim to fame! Also featuring Chris Noth and Paul Sorvino...catch the laugh-packed comedy that's been a home run with audiences everywhere!
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Bernie Mac demonstrates he can play the game even if the movie's a few innings short of a complete game.
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Common Sense Says
Bernie Mac carries this risqué minor league film.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie has strong language for a PG-13, with a wider range of bad words than normally occur in movies of this kind. There are a series of jokes about the inability of a Japanese ballplayer to curse correctly. The movie has non-explicit sexual situations and explicit sexual references. Characters discuss what made sex with each other the best either of them had ever had and make Viagra jokes. There's a reference to an alcohol abuse problem, and there are many scenes in a bar. A strength of the movie is the portrayal of intelligent and capable African-American and female characters.
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- Genre:Comedy, Drama
- Release Date:September 17, 2004
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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