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Guy Meltzer 5 years ago
funny for it's time
JeffB over 5 years ago
So funny! Dry humor. One of the most underrated films of all time.
Justin L. Clemons over 6 years ago
Horrible.
JustinMFnTime 7 years ago
Classic by the creators of south park. Movies hilarious w/ all the humor from south park.
Emma Jun 7 years ago
Enjoyably rude, sports spoof that could be up there with the Naked Guns. Great OST too
Fae over 7 years ago
Hardy har har. It has its 'funny' moments but that's it.
Daniel Jones almost 8 years ago
Underrated comedy.
Brendan Keevers almost 8 years ago
Some funny parts but generally a balls out stupid humor movie. Worth it for some lines.
Dylan Clites 8 years ago
Not the least bit funny. Just plain dumb. Don't ever watch this. Biggest waste of time.
Charles Barker over 8 years ago
Crude, rude and very reminiscent of Airplane, almost as funny. Do not watch while sober
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
andre bernier over 4 years ago
Josh Persky over 4 years ago
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
Tyler Richardson almost 5 years ago
Keith Haddock almost 5 years ago
Drew Millard 5 years ago
Eric over 5 years ago
BASEketball is a 1998 American David Zucker comedy starring South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, along with Dian Bachar, Robert Vaughn, Ernest Borgnine, Yasmine Bleeth, and Jenny McCarthy. The movie follows the history of the sport (created by Zucker years earlier) of the same name, from its invention by the lead characters as a game they could win against more athletic types, to its development as a nationwide league sport and a target of corporate sponsorship. This is the only work involving Parker and Stone that was neither written, directed, or produced by them. At Game 6 of the 1977 World Series, Joe "Coop" Cooper catches Reggie Jackson's third home run in the stands and proclaims to his best friend, Doug Remer, that "One day, I'm gonna be a big sports star." 16 years later, Coop (Trey Parker) and Remer (Matt Stone) are 23 and unemployed and about to have their gas shut off. They arrive uninvited at a party hosted by a former high school classmate of theirs. After...
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