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    Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    I loved the original, but the sequels were pretty bad, not to mention, these guys are kinda old for this now...

    http://www.abc4.com/content/news/Ent...4IWk4-ftA.cspx

    David S. Ward tells MovieHole.net he's in the middle of studio negotiations to revamp the baseball film franchise, and he's hoping to bring back the stars of the 1989 original.
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Please, please, please...no! Each Major League movie has been worse than the one that preceded it and I don't see the trend reversing. The first flick is a classic, the rest are money grabs pure and simple.

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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Major League 2 was good, but yea they are all kinda too old now.

    Major League 3 was decent when you take into consideration what it was, and what it had to work with.

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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Well the sequels were made to try to grab a larger audience and so they sucked. If they make it, what roles are the original cast gonna play?

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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Beer League Softball?

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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by Razor Shines View Post
    Well the sequels were made to try to grab a larger audience and so they sucked. If they make it, what roles are the original cast gonna play?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    Ricky comes out of retirement to join Cincinnati who needs bullpen help and mentor Aroldis Chapman while teaching Jay Bruce and Joey Votto not to be such goody two shoes.
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Tom Berenger is 61.
    Charlie Sheen is 45.
    Corbin Bernson and Dennis Haysbert are 56.
    Wesley Snipes is 48.
    Chelcie Ross is 68.

    Yeah. That has "Great idea" written all over it.

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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit View Post
    Tom Berenger is 61.
    Charlie Sheen is 45.
    Corbin Bernson and Dennis Haysbert are 56.
    Wesley Snipes is 48.
    Chelcie Ross is 68.

    Yeah. That has "Great idea" written all over it.
    I have to believe most of the guys will be coaches, with Berenger's Jake Taylor back as manager. I don't recall in ML2, was Dorn the owner at the end, or did he sell back to Rachel Phelps?
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit View Post
    Tom Berenger is 61.
    Charlie Sheen is 45.
    Corbin Bernson and Dennis Haysbert are 56.
    Wesley Snipes is 48.
    Chelcie Ross is 68.

    Yeah. That has "Great idea" written all over it.
    Isnt Snipes in jail too for tax evasion?
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by Slyder View Post
    Isnt Snipes in jail too for tax evasion?
    I think he was acquitted of those charges. Now Charlie Sheen is another matter.
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan View Post
    I have to believe most of the guys will be coaches, with Berenger's Jake Taylor back as manager. I don't recall in ML2, was Dorn the owner at the end, or did he sell back to Rachel Phelps?
    That was my thought. Years after they saved the Indians, they're brought in to coach another bunch of losers after the current owner has sold off all the Indians' star players to the Yankees, kind of like real life.
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by tixe View Post
    Beer League Softball?
    Artie Lange already made that crappy movie.
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    Re: Another 'Major League' Sequel?

    Quote Originally Posted by guttle11 View Post
    Artie Lange already made that crappy movie.
    That movie was not crappy. It was hilarious.


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