Major League: Back to the Minors
At the behest of Roger Dorn -- the Minnesota Twins' silver-tongued new owner -- washed-up minor league hurler Gus Cantrell steps up to the plate to take over as skipper of the club's hapless farm team. But little does he know that Dorn has an ulterior motive to generate publicity with a grudge match between the big leaguers and their ragtag Triple A affiliate.
- Stars:Scott Bakula, Corbin Bernsen, Dennis Haysbert, Takaaki Ishibashi, Jensen Daggett, Eric Bruskotter, Walton Goggins, Ted McGinley, Kenny Johnson, Judson Mills, Lobo Sebastian, Thom Barry, Peter Mackenzie, Tim DiFilippo, Tom DiFilippo,
- Director:John Warren,
- Writer:David S. Ward (characters), John Warren
Aging minor league pitcher Gus Cantrell is planning to retire, but then Roger recruits Gus to be the manager of the South Carolina Buzz, the Twins AAA minor league team. Gus's mission is to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Major League: Back to the Minors torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Some would say this is a rip off of Ek Tha Tiger, others that it's not even a film but a mindless cartoon. But, I liked it so there.
(fr) wrote: An Road Movie and A Love Story with charms of falling in love in the afterlife...
(nl) wrote: Puntaje Original: 9.0Dentro de las mejores hasta ahora de la saga, emocionante, impresionante, excitante, realmente fantstico.
(jp) wrote: this movie is hilarious. i love it
(it) wrote: Still one of my fav rock docs.
(us) wrote: 1987 US Director: Rick Sloan Score: 2 I actually watched the sequel that was made 22 years after this one first. Shockingly, even with 22 years difference I found that the SFX were just as stupidly amateur and the soundtrack equally crappy. It amazes me that IF they looked at this first movie, someone still loaned this guy the money to do another one over two decades later. The first film didn't have any better of a plot either. Finally, no matter what decade a movie is made in, bad acting is still bad acting. Just like the sequel, this one is a waste of time to watch. Notes: HV-HL-SA Suggested Age: 13+
(fr) wrote: haha, the box art is enough to make me wanna see it
(ca) wrote: Drags on despite its deceptively brief running time, as this depiction of lost passion and cultural warfare is unforgivably quaint and shallow.
(mx) wrote: much more violent than the others. McDowell was awesome at the end.
(de) wrote: Pretty interesting and cool little flick. If you like dogfights and lots of WW2 footage this is the movie for you. The plot is slightly thin but that's not the point of the movie. This movie is all about planes, which are pretty awesome.Also, of note to any Star Wars fans: the final briefing scene and final battle scene were used shot by shot in A New Hope (admittedly by Lucas) so for that I'd suggest people should watch this. It's a very solid movie and can't recommend enough.
(it) wrote: no robin hood but good
(nl) wrote: Not a bad noir flick, but not a great one either.
(ag) wrote: "Like Crazy" is one of the most realistic relationship movies ever made. But that's also why it is also so hard to love. The central couple is Anna (Felicity Jones), a Brit, and Jacob (Anton Yelchin), an American. Their meet-cute takes place in a college class - for Anna, it's love at first sight, and it doesn't take long for Jacob to fall for her either. She is studying journalism, he is studying furniture design. They spend days upon weeks together, shown in a montage that is surprisingly devoid of fakery. It isn't hard to see that this is young love that is as serious as it is ready to crash and burn. But then, the school year ends, and Anna is going to spend the summer in the UK, since her travel Visa is due to expire. Yet Anna is so smitten that she decides to ignore the government and stay - this decision causes a butterfly effect that is so extremely maddening that it's hard to even look at Anna and not want to give her a fatherly pep talk. She is then deported, spending months away from Jacob - Jacob, however, begins seeing Sam (Jennifer Lawrence), a beautiful young woman who gives Anna a run for her money. This sort of plot goes in a cycle: Anna and Jacob see each other for a short time, then see other people when they're apart. It isn't healthy - and while the film technically has a happy ending (they end up together), it isn't all smiles. There are more tears, depressed glances. You can't help but want to watch the film and wonder what would happen to Jacob and Anna's relationship had there been no deportations, no Jennifer Lawrence, no Ross and Rachel style breakups. From the start, Anna is the one that puts more into the relationship, but Jacob is clearly in love too. At one point, she makes Jacob a very twee, very borderline stalker scrapbook that would be creepier if you didn't know they were so in love; she is the one that decides they must get married against the odds. Jacob, in the meantime, has no problem seeing other women right away. The only true present he gives her is a chair. A chair. I can't be cynical about the film, because after all, the film is cynical itself. It is a true measure of the effects a long distance relationship, and with people as approachable as Jones and Yelchin are, you can tell their love is something fragile, not something Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant could conjure. Most of the dialogue is improvised, and that makes Jones and Yelchin's performances all the more potent. From their first date to the final scene, there is growth and death in their romance that is believable and totally organic - it's a terrific choice from Doremus, whose direction is equally as homegrown. The leading actors are both fantastic, and Lawrence is dependable but underused in a role that calls for just a little bit more. But "Like Crazy" is so good because it's unlike 90% of romantic dramas. There is absolutely nothing about it that we can doubt - maybe that's why it's so sad. It's the rise and fall of first love, and we're watching it through a lens.
(mx) wrote: I think I've seen too many gay interest films. While I found the film to be compelling and competently acted, I found the story to be cliched. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing. Many gay men go through the same experiences, so seeing something relatable like this can be cathartic, and the book the movie is based on was a biography. I was just hoping for something unique that set it apart from all the other gay films about first loves, dealing with homophobic parents, and/or struggling with the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s.