Bad News Bears
Comedy • PG-13 • 2005 • 1 hr 53 min
Decent remake. Watch the original if you want to see Bad News Bears though
Billy Bob Thornton is fine but doesn’t do enough to separate or improve on the original. Go watch that one again instead.
It’s fine. It feels like Thorton doing his Bad Santa performance for little league. It’s funny enough but it’s tone is all over the place.
Pretty funny, but nothing super special.
This is really enjoyable and Billy Bob is perfect casting for the role.
A great remake of the original. I like the classical music. Think its Greig.
Not as good as the original but not bad either. Good for one watch if you’re bored.
As someone who hasn't seen the original and so has nothing to compare, I liked this a lot. It's "Bad Santa does Baseball"
Billy Bob Thortan as himself. Worth a watch.
A remake of the classic baseball movie. Good attempt
An aging, down-on-his-luck ex-minor leaguer coaches a team of misfits in an ultra-competitive California little league.
Pressured by a greedy uncle and a pile of debt, lovable loser Steve Barker resorts to an unthinkable, contemptible, just-crazy-enough-to-work scheme. He pretends to be mentally challenged to rig the upcoming Special Olympics and bring home the gold. But when Steve's fellow competitors get wise to the con, they inspire him to rise to the greatest challenge of all: becoming a better person.
Three friends attempt to recapture their glory days by opening up a fraternity near their alma mater.
Van Wilder has been attending college for far too many years and is scared to graduate, but Van’s father eventually realizes what is going on. When he stops paying his son's tuition fees, Van must come up with the money if he wants to stay in college, so he and his friends come up with a great fund-raising idea – throwing parties. However, when the college magazine finds out and reporter, Gwen is sent to do a story on Van Wilder, things get a little complicated.
Joe Dirt is a janitor with a mullet hairdo, acid-washed jeans and a dream to find the parents that he lost at the Grand Canyon when he was a belligerent, trailer park-raised eight-year-old. Now, blasting Van Halen in his jacked-up economy car, the irrepressibly optimistic Joe hits the road alone in search of his folks.
At an exclusive country club, an ambitious young caddy, Danny Noonan, eagerly pursues a caddy scholarship in hopes of attending college and, in turn, avoiding a job at the lumber yard. In order to succeed, he must first win the favour of the elitist Judge Smails, and then the caddy golf tournament which Smails sponsors.
Phil Weston has been unathletic his entire life. In college he failed at every sport that he tried out for. It looks like his 10-year old son, Sam, is following in his footsteps. But when Phil's hyper-competitive dad benches Sam, Phil decides to transfer his son to a new team which needs a coach. Phil steps in to be the temporary coach and immediately begins to butt heads with this dad over this new competition in their lives.
Calvin and his friends, who all live in an orphanage, find old shoes with the faded letters MJ connected to a powerline. One stormy night, they go to get the shoes when Calvin and the shoes are struck by lightning. Calvin now has unbelievable basketball powers and has the chance to play for the NBA.