Bad News Bears

2005

Comedy / Sport

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IMDb Rating 5.8

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Reviewed by Ron Mexico 3/10

When filmmakers get the idea to remake a classic movie, often it&#39;sbecause he or she feels that something was missing from the original.They feel that, by placing their unique stamp on the new film, they cansatisfy unanswered questions, plot points, etc, while maintaining thebasic dignity and character of the original.<br><br>So...based on that theory, Billy Bob Thornton&#39;s rationale for theremake of &quot;The Bad News Bears&quot; was that the original had too manyletters in the title (in a bold and highly daring move reminiscent ofEd Wood at his finest, Thornton decided to drop &quot;The&quot;, changing itsimply to &quot;Bad News Bears&quot;), not enough swearing...and a kid in awheelchair. Oh, and he changes enemy Yankee pitcher&#39;s last name from&quot;Turner&quot; to &quot;Bullok&quot; for reasons unbeknownst to anyone but himself.With revolutionary alterations such as these, don&#39;t be surprised if youpick up the rental box half a dozen times while watching the movie tomake absolutely sure that you have indeed rented the correct film.<br><br>Basically, the plot can be summed up as &quot;Bad Santa coaches a group ofmisfit kids&quot;. Yawn. We&#39;ve seen this role, this performance, from BillyBob Thornton one too many times. Thornton wants to bowl us over withthe &#39;shocking&#39; vulgarity of youth, but a trip to &quot;Hooters&quot; and Tannerteaching a boy in a wheelchair to curse both turn out to be solightweight that it is likely that only the Reverend Jerry Falwellwould take offense.<br><br>At best, the casting was marginal, and at worst, the audience is forcedto wonder if the director actually auditioned the kids or merely closedhis eyes and chanted &#39;Eenie, Meenie, Mynie, Mo&quot; while holding a stackof acting resumes. Sammi Kane Kraft (as Amanda) was a great baseballplayer with limited acting ability, and Timmy Deters was only modestlysuccessful in trying to recreate the role of Tanner Boyle. TylerPatrick Jones as Timmy Lupus was far and away the most talented of whatbasically amounted to a mediocre cast of child actors, but he wasutterly wasted in this film and was limited to a few one-liners thatmust have ended up on the cutting room floor from &quot;Bad Santa&quot;.Naturally, Thornton is no match for the venerable Walter Matthau asButtermaker. Whereas Matthau was irascible and cantankerous in alovable &#39;Grandpa&#39;s dipping in the cider again&#39; kind of way, Thornton&#39;sversion of Buttermaker is creepy enough to make us think of adequatebackground checks and the stupidity of parents who would willinglyleave their children alone with him.<br><br>Per his film tradition in his post &quot;Sling Blade&quot; days, Thornton goesout of his way to remove any heartfelt sentiment from the plot, andthus the friendship between Timmy Lupus and Tanner Boyle nevermaterializes. That adds to what is perhaps the most irritating part ofthe film: the introduction of a new player (Tony Gentile as MatthewHooper). It is an unnecessary plot device, possibly added only becausethe always classy Thornton had some good &#39;kid in wheelchair&#39; jokes thathe was just itching to use, and adds a touch of surrealism to a moviethat should be imminently grounded in realism. In fact, Thorntonchanges one of the most touching moments of the original movie byhanding it to Hooper (a character who, let&#39;s face it, has no redeemingqualities other than the fact that he&#39;s in a wheelchair) in one highlyunrealistic scene; he thereby successfully strips even more of theheart away from the original film. Which, judging from Thornton&#39;sfilm-making history, was probably exactly what he intended to do.<br><br>In short, there are undoubtedly worse remakes out there (&quot;War of theWorlds&quot; and &quot;Bewitched&quot; come to mind), but not many. If you&#39;re thinkingof renting this film because you&#39;re desperate for some true seventiesbanality, allow me to suggest that you save the money and instead trycatching either the rerun of &quot;Alice&quot; where Flo says &quot;Kiss my grits&quot; forthe eighteenth time or the action-packed episode of &quot;My Three Sons&quot;where Fred MacMurray lights his pipe. If you choose to rent the filmanyway...well, don&#39;t say I didn&#39;t give you any other viable options.

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Reviewed by jennrugg 3/10

I&#39;m a fan of Billy Bob - but he ain&#39;t no Walter Matthau. Everycharacter is just plain flat - with nothing to act off of. You don&#39;treally care about anyone in the movie. Linklater is a much betterdirector and you are better off watching any other movie that either heor Billy Bob has made. A waste of money all around in my opinion. Justgo and watch the original - you won&#39;t regret it. (They won&#39;t let memake my comment unless I have 10 lines of text - but I have nothingelse to say. Guess I&#39;ll just have to keep typing until they let this gothrough. Opps not enough yet - how about this time. Still not enough -I think this will make it)

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Reviewed by RWells09 3/10

I just want to know exactly who Mr. Linklater was trying to appeal toin this movie. Not only is the kids' sport genre tired, they are gearedprimarily for children most of the time. But with Billy Bob Thorton(who I thought was hilarious in &quot;Bad Santa&quot;), one would guess they aretrying to bring in the older audiences.<br><br>The movie feels like it has split personalities. There is a ton ofswearing and adult humor that would definitely NOT appeal to parents ofyounger children, but many of the jokes just weren't funny to mebecause they were aimed at the younger children. <br><br>The movie is not terrible, but its not good either. It is simply aforgettable movie, which is a shame because I think Richard Linklateris a great director and Billy Bob Thorton seems like a natural when itcomes to comedic timing.

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