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on October 29, 2017
I enjoyed all the Major League series of movies. This one was the third (last) one made and is clearly low budget. It does star one of my favorite actors, Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap). He plays kind of a washed up minor league pitcher at the end of his career and winds up managing a minor league team, The Buzz. This is Thad farm team for the Minnesota Twins. Scott’s character. Gus Cantrell doesn’t see eye to eye with the twins Manager. Throw in Corbin Berenson, Bob Uecker, and cute storyline and it’s actually not a bad movie. I own it now. You can too! :)
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on April 21, 2014
While this third outing in the "Major League" franchise treads the same ground as the previous two films, it still manages to gather some laughs. An improvement over "Major League II," this threequel moves from the MLB to the AAA baseball. Scott Bakula headlines as Gus Cantrell, a minor league pitcher asked to coach the fictitious Charlotte Buzz, the Minnesota Twins' AAA farm team. The Twins are now owned by former Cleveland Indian Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen) who thinks Cantrell is the perfect formula for the ragtag team. Bringing back some players from previous entries, Cantrell finds himself more at war with the Twins' manager (Ted McGinley) which leads to the two teams squaring off in the ever-so-cliched "big game." The characters are likable enough but the only real laughs come from Bob Uecker's hilarious commentator, Harry Doyle.
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on October 27, 2015
Take this movie for what it is...basically, a spoof of the previous two Major League movies and of sorts comedies in general. The jokes and gags work pretty well, the acting is decent because everybody's in on the gag, and it's just a fun, funny flick.
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on March 8, 2017
I Ordered the D.v.D and It came Looked GREAT and package looked great ,I didn't Have a chance for a few days To Look at The Movie, BUT when we did,IT Played 1 Min.30 seconds And then would not play at All No matter How much we cleaned It Or If we tried to Start Part way Through It went To The same place In the beginning & stopped. On Closer Exam Of the Dvd WE seen That there were many, many Sm. scratches You didn't see unless held it up to the light just right,SO WE had no choice but The put the whole Thing into the trash & consider it a lesson learned , to look BEFORE you place the Paper work That is shipped with product Through The shredder!
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on May 8, 2015
While it never got the press of the first two, This is a very good movie. The only connection to them are the use of Roger Dorn, Tanaka, Rube, Cerrano. There is no mention of the Indians. The focus is on a minor league team. Scott Bakula plays manager Gus. It's a good movie. Recommended.
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on March 22, 2018
I really liked this flick. It was better than 1 or 2.
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Pretty good little flck I'm a Walton Goggins fan and I enjoyed seeing him in an early role.
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on January 23, 2017
Great movie as part of this franchise.
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on September 7, 2017
Bought as a gift for a big baseball fan...who greatly appreciated it .
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VINE VOICEon November 24, 2007
Down and out team takes on what should be a superior team, needs to learn new things and over come challenges to be successful. Shows the characters developing and overcoming to win the day.

Scott Bakula is the leading actor as a minor league ball player that has run his course, then an old friend wants him to manage a minor league team of the Twins. After some pause he takes on the position and immediately makes a difference. He has a young hot shot that is a little too anxious to get into the big league, this is his biggest challenge. In the midst of this, he has issue with the Twins Manager and makes several challenges against him.
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