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The Sandlot 2

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Ten years after a team of sandlot baseball playing boys faced a monstrous dog, a mixed group of boys and girls take over the sandlot and must overcome the successor to the monstrous dog using overwhelming speed.

Starring:
Max Lloyd-Jones, James Willson
Runtime:
1 hour, 37 minutes

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Genres Sports, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director David M. Evans
Starring Max Lloyd-Jones, James Willson
Supporting actors Samantha Burton, Brett Kelly, Cole Evan Weiss, Neilen Benvegnu, Sean Berdy, Jessica King, McKenzie Freemantle, Griffin Reilly Evans, Reece Thompson, Teryl Rothery, Greg Germann, James Earl Jones, Steve Garvey, Austin Dunn, Barbara Kottmeier, Michael Antonakos, Celia Bond, Jim Dunn
Studio 20th Century Fox
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By Joe Sherry on May 6, 2005
Format: DVD
Ten years after the events of "The Sandlot" comes another story set in the same neighborhood on the same sandlot. All of the kids from the first movie are now ten years older and have all moved away. The only person remaining is Johnny Smalls (James Willson), the younger brother of Scott Smalls, the main character and narrator of the first movie. Johnny grew up hearing about the legends of the sandlot and how Benny pickled the Beast and recovered the Babe Ruth autographed ball and how Hercules, the Beast, was tamed. But this is now 1972 and those events are barely legend around the sandlot. A new group of kids play there now. But there are only 5 boys on this team. The boys are led by David Durango (Max-Lloyd Jones). The rest of the boys are fairly nameless. Sure, they are all given names, but their personalities are lacking. The catcher, Mac (Brett Kelley) seems to be taking the place of Hamilton Porter from the first movie as the loud mouth, large bodied catcher. But he lacks the personality of Ham. It is as if he is a poor copy of the original character. There is the token black kid on the team, taking the place of Kenny DeNunez. There is one character who stands out, the entertaining Fingers Samuelson (Sean Berdy). Fingers is deaf, hence the nickname, but is somehow the most striking character in the movie.

But there is a twist. This time there are girls. Hayley Good fairer (Samantha Burton) and two of her friends end up rounding out the team and are just as good, if not better, than the boys. Right from the start some of the old conflicts start up: the sandlot kids have a rivalry with the uniformed little leaguers and someone hit's a ball over the fence at Mr, Mertle's yard (James Earl Jones) where there lives a descendant of the Beast called the Great Fear.
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When I first learned that David Evans was making a sequel to the Sandlot, and that it would not contain any of the children from the first film, I'll admit I hated the idea. My love and devotion for the original film inspired me to purchase a copy of the sequel, and I was blown away. I'm not going to say that "The Sandlot 2" is better then the original film, but it sure is close.

This film is set ten years after the summer of 1962 in the original Sandlot, those boys have grown up and are off fulfilling their dreams. New Neighborhood children battle for the possession of the Sandlot against an all-star baseball team. Being set in the 70's, the film pays tribute to the "women's lib" movement when three girls battle against the neighborhood boys on the subject that "girls can play baseball too". This time, the spawn of the Beast keeps the Sandlot gang riled up as they seek to retrieve an irreplaceable model rocket. There are many elements that tie this film together with its predecessor that do not turn this film into a re-hash of the original, instead, the similarities pay homage to the great film the original Sandlot is.

Max Lylod-Jones and Samantha Burton potray young left perfectly, and their performances will bring smiles to your face. The acting is great, and the film captures the seventies perfectly. The seventies hits will definitely take you back in time. If you were skeptical about purchasing or renting this film, because you're afraid that it will destroy the magic that made you love the original. It has owned it's place next to classic film. This is a must have for your collection.
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OMG. What did we just watch? A HORRID attempt at a sequel. The acting is so incredibly bad that whoever did the casting should be banned for life. And the writers? They can go with the casting director. Why you ask? Because they took the original story and merely tweaked it. And they did so in an impressively bad way. Not to mention, rather than have the kids be a team and kind to each other, all of the characters are over the top angry. And don't get me started on the gratuitous swearing. It wasn't your heavier words, but one of the kids can't stop saying "crap" and "hell." Oh wait, it's worth mentioning the uncomfortably forced romance between 12-year-olds -- totally unnecessary.

They could have done something so good with this - love the idea of adding softball to the mix. But not in the way they did.
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First of all, they basically repeated the story line from the first movie. That may sound good, but imagine it with no character development and poor dialogue. Secondly, this movie is trying to hard to be like the first movie and it fails in every aspect. It is overdone and it under-delivers. I couldn't even finish it, it was that bad.
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How I long and wish for the good old days when, as a kid, I could play baseball with my friends and a tattered baseball and splintered bat. Yes! In blue jeans, sport skirt, and tennis shoes I could play baseball all day to my heart's contend.
Now, like in those good old days, a new group of kids, including three girls have ascended on the Sandlot. New challenges face the kids with a descendent to that ferocious old dog called "The Beast." His name is "The Great Fear" and he lives beyond the left field wall where all the kids play baseball. It's a great sequel to Sandlot, the original movie.
Wow! So here it is, another action-packed, exciting, funny, intriguing baseball story for kids of all ages to see. I encourage everybody to watch it, I give it five stars, and I'm Marvin P. Ferguson, author of BOYS ON THE GOLD COAST.
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