Do not watch this movie!
This movie is a disgrace to the Major League Franchise. I live in
Minnesota and even I can't believe they dumped Cleveland. (Yes I
realize at the time the real Indians were pretty good, and the Twins
had taken over their spot at the bottom of the American League, but
still be consistent.) Anyway I loved the first Major League, liked the
second, and always looked forward to the third, when the Indians would
finally go all the way to the series. You can't tell me this wasn't the
plan after the second film was completed. What Happened? Anyways if
your a true fan of the original Major League do yourself a favor and
don't watch this junk..
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WANT WATCH THIS FILM!.
How can i do to download the film?.
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This is a good moovie.
Passably entertaining... thanks to some familiar crooked cops
I've never seen the first two "Major League" movies, and I have no
interest in seeing them. Also, I'm not the biggest fan of Scott Bakula.
So why did I watch "Major League: Back to the Minors"? Why did I go so
far as to BUY it?! Because of an actor named Walton Goggins, that's
why. Familiar to most people as Shane on 'The Shield', Goggins appears
here as an arrogant baseball player named Billy 'Downtown' Anderson who
proves to be the true talent in his minor-league team (the Buzz).
Bakula stars as the coach of said team (downgraded from the major
leagues). Also appearing (although I wasn't familiar with him at the
time I purchased this) is Kenny Johnson (Goggins's co-star on 'The
Shield' and former real-life housemate). Johnson portrays, rather
hilariously, a team member named Lance "The Dance", who uses his former
ballet skills to help him play ball.
Other team members include a pair of twins with the same first name, a
guru-type guy who wears a black hood, a surfer dude, and a geek named
Doc who looks quite a bit older than most of his teammates. They're
misfits, to be sure, but they have heart and spirit and all that good
stuff, and throughout the film it's up to Bakula's Gus Cantrell to put
these things to good use. Will he? I'll just say "guess" (and something
tells me your answer will be correct).
"Major League: Back to the Minors" doesn't quite make it up to
hilariously bad caliber; however, it does manage to pass the time. I
was quite amused by Johnson, and snickered at silly aspects like
subtitles when a foreign man was speaking perfectly understandable
English. I would like to have seen more of Goggins, but his few scenes
with Bakula are genuinely good for a movie such as this. (However,
Bakula's character tended to annoy in his other scenes, particularly by
making dumb statements like the one about his "large white buttox." I
also didn't care for the scenes where his tertiary Love Interest tried
-- and failed -- to have a personality.)
All in all, worth a look if you're a Bakula fan, or a fan of 'The
Shield', or just a "Major League" completist..