The married owner of a bookstore is attracted to his sexy blonde clerk. He finally gives in to temptation and makes a pass at her, but that only results in him getting enmeshed in blackmail and murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The married owner of a bookstore is attracted to his sexy blonde clerk. He finally gives in to temptation and makes a pass at her, but that only results in him getting enmeshed in blackmail and murder.
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John W (ag) wrote: No twists, no scares, no surprises in this very bad horror outing. Also unfair to bill Jeffrey Combs as starring for the barely 5 minutes of screentime his minor character gets
Brandan W (ru) wrote: Bernie Mac is what makes you watch Charles Stone III's "Mr. 3000". Mac is totally funny and has a great screen presence. No doubt this is a star vehicle for Mac, who really benefits from a surprising screenplay by Eric Champnella, Keith Mitchell, and Howard Gould. Their "Mr. 3000" is funny, edgy, and appropriately sentimental. Bernie Mac plays Stan Ross, a great Major League hitter, and also a major league arrogant jerk. Upon reaching his 3000th hit and securing his place in the Hall of Fame, Stan retires leaving his team in a lurch just before the playoffs. Stan parlays his "Mr. 3000" title into a successful business. However, 9 years later when Stan is on the verge of possible sports immortality with an induction into the Hall of Fame, a statistical error reveals that Stan Ross, "Mr. 3000", is really Stan Ross "Mr. 2997". Stan is shy 3 hits-- pretty much killing any chance of a trip to Cooperstown. So at nearly 50 years old, Stan decides to make a comeback. Seeing the potential of increased ticket sales by his return, his old team welcomes him back. Well, at least the owners do. How difficult would it be to get 3 more hits? Well, that is some of the movie.Bernie Mac has this charm about him that even when playing a world class arrogant jerk, he is still likable. That is amazing. However, in the evolution of the story by Champnella, Mitchell, and Gould, Stan's (Mac's) introspection of the man he was in his youth is effective and at times poignant. Mac as Stan is smart and gradually sees the impact of selfishness on his teammates in the past and present, and with his old flame Mo (a wonderful and gorgeous Angela Bassett). He sees much of his young self in superstar hitter T-Rex (a commanding Brian J. White). Consequently Stan gives T-Rex a wake up call. T-Rex could end up being a lone jerk like Stan, or he could really make a profound difference by being a leader, and inspire his teammates. This is one of the great touches of the "Mr. 3000". Another great touch is Michael Rispoli as Stan's one loyal friend, Boca, who finally points out to Stan that he loves him, because he can always count on Stan to do what is right for Stan, regardless of anyone else. At the heart of the movie is the amazing Angela Bassett as Mo. She knows that Stan is a jerk and she still loves him. She also is sad and angry that Stan doesn't just grow up, knock it off, and be the great man that he deserves to be.The end really took me by surprise-- I did not expect it. Without giving anything away, everything works out sometimes in the most unsuspecting ways.Bernie Mac is wonderful here. "Mr. 3000" is that cool fantasy movie where one gets to atone and correct for being young and stupid. And I guess we all continue to do this is some way or fashion. "Mr. 3000" also does this with a sense of humor. This is a great thing.
Branden M (it) wrote: vince vaughn at his finest. straeger is an apartif
Amy C (es) wrote: This was crap, it made no sense and was pointless coz it ended the way it started!
Ahmed A (nl) wrote: One of the worst movies ever. It's an insult to the original franchise.
Chris H (ru) wrote: Great 90's comedy. Highly underrated even if you arn't wearing nostalgia goggles.
Ellie J (ru) wrote: i was only interested in seeing professor snape do some gun-slingin' damage at the time...
Emeka W (ca) wrote: A drop down laughing classic.
Jimmy P (de) wrote: If its the one I remember, its really scary.
Tommaso D (de) wrote: An Intense, intriguing and hilarious piece of nonsense.With strong performances from the whole cast and amazing costumes and photography, this movie rewards those viewers who can enjoy an experience without necessary expecting full meaning and coherence.
Terry H (us) wrote: I really enjoyed watching this film. The concept of a struggling law-student suing the Devil for a ton of money was quite original, IMHO. Malcolm McDowall was perfect in his role as Satan, and pretty much steals the show with his sly, cunning, and sinister portrayal of the Dark Lord. Not to give away the plot, but there is much more to the story than simply some guy trying to sue the Devil to get payback, or even money. Two thumbs up!
Felipe F (es) wrote: Wall Street serves primarily as a proof that even great filmmakers like Oliver Stone can stumble from time to time, delivering a boring and formulaic financial thriller with weak character development.