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Major League (Wild Thing Edition) (Bilingual)

Tom Berenger , Charlie Sheen , David S. Ward    R (Restricted)   DVD
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A baseball comedy and slob comedy rolled into one, this one actually works as entertainment, if not as a piece of cinematic mastery. James Gammon is the has-been manager hired to lead the last-place Cleveland Indians whose owner wants them to lose so she can sell them. But the team of has-beens and never-wases that he assembles (including Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Corbin Bernsen, and Wesley Snipes) develops a sense of pride and turns the team around. There's plenty of rowdy humor about sex, race, and whatever else they can make fun of. Look for Rene Russo (in her first film role) as Berenger's romantic interest; Snipes also had his first showy role as Willie Mays Hayes, the team's base-stealing ace. --Marshall Fine

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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the great baseball movies of all-time July 18 2003
As a baseball lover, I have loved this movie from the first time I saw it. It's the classic "cinderella story" of a worst-to-first team, with the twist that they were assembled because management thought that they would never be able to succeed. While the ending is pure feel-good 80's comedy, the journey is well worth the effort. Several scenes are absolute classic cinematic moments, and Bob Uecker's "just a bit outside..." will live forever in the lexicon of baseball junkies.
Despite the light tone of the movie, the acting is good for a comedy, featuring younger versions of Renee Russo, Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Dennis Haysbert, and Wesley Snipes, just to name a few. I watch this movie every winter to remind me just what I love about baseball--that anything can happen. A joy to watch over and over again, although the special features are a bit weak on the DVD--all you get are a grainy trailer and some talent files. Then again, it seems that most of my 80's favorites get shortchanged when they go to DVD, so that's nothing new and different. I guess the studios are only interested in spending time and effort on new release blockbusters. Too bad, as this movie definitely deserves a Bull Durham-like re-release on DVD.
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5.0 out of 5 stars still one of my favorites! Very funny July 18 2003
Major League is one of my favorite comedies and one of my favorite baseball movies. The fact that it is a baseball comedy only makes things better. The premise is that the Cleveland Indians have a new owner and she wants to move the team to Miami (because of the perks she'll get). To do this, the attendance for the season has to dip below a certain number (800,000 I believe). So, she gets rid of most of the regular players and invites a bunch of has-been and never-was players to training camp. She tries to build a team designed to lose, and come in dead last.
Much is made of the fact that the Indians have not won a pennant in over 30 years and nobody expects them to do well. The team is stocked with over the hill players like Jake Taylor (Tom Berenger): a washed up catcher with bad knees who they found playing in the Mexican league, Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen): the third baseman who is scared of being hit by the ball; and players that never were stars like Rick Vaughn (Charlie Sheen): a pitcher with no control serving time in prison for stealing a car, and Willie Mays Hayes (Wesley Snipes): the centerfielder with blazing speed but can't hit, and Pedro Cerrano (Dennis Haysbert): a voodoo practicing slugger who can't hit a curveball.
With this misfit team, we go through Spring Training and the regular season. As the season progresses the team starts playing better than the owner had hoped so she keeps taking away essentials like the team plane, the hot tub, hot water, and others. The team plays even better until the whole plot is revealed by the General Manager of the franchise. This gives the Indians the fire they need to be a contender and make a run for the post season (since this might be the only chance these players get).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome movie July 14 2003
when i watched major league, on vhs i liked it, seeing rookies
like rick vaughn,willy hayes, the onwers wife rachel phelps
trys to keeps the indians in last place. and move the whole
team to florida. as charlie sheen as wildthing rick vaughn
the whole team needed some major improvement. lou hayword
does just that.. and get the indians back in the races
to beat the yankees i like part 2 three was ok
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5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite movie! Feb. 17 2004
It's not a deep drama and it won't make you ask you any tough questions of yourself, but Major League is pure entertainment from beginning to end. As such, it's my all-time favorite movie. It's easy to invest in the story (a Cleveland team made up of spare parts tries to overcome their owner's plot to move the franchise) even if it's been dated by the Indians' '90s success. The comedy doesn't pull any punches but still stays pretty tasteful, and I still find it laugh-out-loud funny even after 30+ viewings. The comedy is equal parts outstanding writing by David S. Ward and brilliant characterizations by the actors. James Gammon is dead-on as grizzled manager Lou Brown and Tom Berenger is actually sympathetic as journeyman catcher Jake Taylor. Dennis Haysbert and Corbin Bernsen give great performances, and Charlie Sheen is inimitable as Wild Thing Vaughn. I think any baseball fan will enjoy this movie, but fans of good comedy will probably like it, too.
The DVD has no special features (what else do you expect from Paramount?), but the picture and sound are good.
Movie: 6/5
DVD: 4/5
Overall: 5/5
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4.0 out of 5 stars Cinema's gift to shower singing Feb. 11 2004
Its always amazing to me how people take movies like this so seriously that they think their "astute" observations about plot predictability pass for intelligent bashing. It's a simple movie and it deserves a simple review.
As far as baseball comedies go, this is by far the best ever.
As far as baseball movies go, this is near the top of the list.
As far as Charlie Sheen appearances go, this was his one shot at Oscar gold.
As far as opening songs go, this is the best one of all time, in any movie about any city or any sport or anything.
There's a red moon rising
On the Cuyahoga River
Rolling into Cleveland to the lake (x2)
There's an oil barge winding
Down the Cuyahoga River
Rolling into Cleveland to the lake (x2)
Cleveland, city of light, city of magic
Cleveland, city of light, you're calling me
Cleveland, even now I can remember
'Cause the Cuyahoga River
Goes smokin' through my dreams
Burn on, big river, burn on
Burn on, big river, burn on
Now the Lord can make you tumble
The Lord can make you turn
The Lord can make you overflow
And the Lord can make you burn
Burn on, big river, burn on
Burn on, big river, burn on
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic!
Probably one of the best baseball themed movies to come out! The storyline was great as was the cast, who all worked really well together. Read more
Published 2 months ago by StarterQuest
5.0 out of 5 stars Majot League
This is a must have..Major League in Blu Ray! Sheen is a baseball addict and it show..and Harry Doyle has is own way of describing games...''he should be''
Published on Oct. 3 2011 by Paul Bonneau
4.0 out of 5 stars Just a fun movie and I'm in it
This is more a nostalgia note than a review, but most of this movie was filmed over one summer in Milwaukee (maybe Cleveland wasn't blue-collar enough). Read more
Published on May 6 2004 by a baseball fan
4.0 out of 5 stars Life Imititates Art
Years after this movie's release the Oakland A's defeated Red Sox in 12th inning with bases loaded bunt by catcher. That is what is so great about the movie... Read more
Published on Oct. 2 2003 by Robert Hamilton
2.0 out of 5 stars Baseball and misogyny can't save this major disappointment.
The movie, a fictitious baseball story based on the real-life Cleveland Indians baseball team, is a little outdated. Read more
Published on Sept. 12 2003 by Jack Maybrick
5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic!
Best movie ever...I can recite the entire movie line for line. No fluff, chick parts are kept to a minimum and the more you watch it, the funnier it gets. Comic genius!
Published on Aug. 24 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars VERY FUNNY!!!
I first saw this movie many, many years ago.. and I still remember it very vividly because it was soooo funny!!! It has an interesting plot and all the actors performed admirably. Read more
Published on July 9 2003 by P. Su
4.0 out of 5 stars Major League...Major Hit!
Just a fun,entertaining,baseball film with quirky and likeable characters and a plot that's not too complicated, a little predictable (but who cares? Read more
Published on March 25 2003
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