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The Bad News Bears is a comedy film directed by Michael Ritchie. CBS television series, and a remake titled Bad News Bears. Teenage actress Sammi Kane Kraft, whose real-life baseball skills landed her a role in the remake of Bad News Bears, died in a car. Bad News Bears () Soundtrack - Listen Online ☆ Una pandilla de pelotas, Die Tags: Baseball, Coach, Alcoholic, Little League, Father Son Relationship.
Bullock comments on Buttermaker having had a fifth of scotch. Buttermaker gives a little person a bottle of liquor, telling him it's "Enough to get your little ass drunk for a month. Liz has wine and Buttermaker orders a drink in a restaurant where others also drink wine.
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While talking to Amanda about their past, Buttermaker states that he was always drunk in those days. After a game, Buttermaker asks the kids, "Who wants a beer? Lupus says that every time he burps, it tastes like candy.
A rock group is named "The Blood Farts.
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Needing to lie to Toby so that the boy doesn't realize he slept with his mom, Buttermaker asks him "Where's the toilet? I gotta pinch a mean one.
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Spotting a female baseball player, Buttermaker says something he never thought he would with "Look at the ass on that second baseman. One kid refers to Engelberg as being from "Planet fat ass. The question is asked about Hooper in a wheelchair"What's the crippled kid's name?
Later, someone asks, "What, are you Helen Keller? Buttermaker has the kids working for him in the pest business using dangerous chemicals, crawling under houses, etc. Tanner says about an adult, "What a fag. This next stop is where the bulk of his moral transformation or recognition, because he's always a good guy, just lostat the Little League field. Here he meets with Liz Marcia Gay Hardenthe uptight local lawyer who's class-actioned her son Toby's Ridge Canipe team into accepting any and all players.
She checks out Buttermaker and looks aghast right off: Okay, she flutters, before launching into an explanation of his duties as the Bears' new coach.
She's anxious, he's angry. They're perfect for each other. Linklater and the writers' fundamental delight in the film and good-natured squabbling over process ground their recollections.
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As Linklater points out, "Okay, so this is the bitch fest, for all you listeners out there. This is where they get to attack me for every cut, every trim," and, as the writers protest, he adds, "But the script was just long. As in the original film, the premise is Buttermaker's salvation by affiliation with the baseball team made up of "misfits.
The filmmakers are similarly low-key in their enthusiasm. The DVD production folks anticipate interested collectors, as the its plethora of featurettes include deleted scenes and a couple of outtakes, as well as the making-of doc, "At Bat with the Bears"; "Writing the Bad News Bears" Ficarra and Requa repeat some observations they make for the commentary ; "Scouting for the Big Leagues" featuring casting director Joseph Middleton ; and "Spring Training" where the stars and Linklater discuss learning to play for the film.
While it's likely the film will have a happier life and longer on DVD than in theaters, such enhancements are mostly valuable for the access they grant to Linklater, who is a terrific storyteller and -- no matter what you think of this effort -- articulate, innovative filmmaker.
From beginning to end, the Astrodome Game slaughters anything that happened in the first "Bears" movie. First, why didn't Buttermaker consider pitching Kelly Leak?
This was the only team in the history of Little League that buried its best athlete in center field? You're telling me he couldn't have done better than Rudi Stein in the final Yankees game?
By the way, the parallels between Rudi in that game and Calvin Schiraldi in Game 6 of the World Series are simply staggering, right down to their gawky bodies and deer-in-the-headlights look. And second, why bat Rudi between Kelly and Engelberg? Who doesn't put their best two hitters back to back?
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That always bugged me. But those were mere appetizers compared with the Bears' head-scratching batting order at the Astrodome that ranks right up there with the "How did Buddy end up back on Hickory High?
Here's how the four-inning game plays out: Tanner, Ahmed and Engelberg the batters all make outs. Why Kelly wasn't batting third, we'll never know. Then Miguel Agilar the Mark Bellhorn of this team grounds into a double play. So far, we've seen all seven Bears batters, with the part of the order coming up. We see three at-bats -- Ahmad's triple, Engelberg's fly out, and Kelly's homer to make it after three.
Since Ahmad was allegedly the fourth batter of the inning, we missed the batters, plus, someone else made the last out. I'm leaning toward the latter. Toby bats first and singles, followed by Ogilvie grounding out. Who comes up next?