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Major League 2

Major League 2 ★½ 1994 (PG)

It's been five years since they won the series, and this plodding sequel finds the wacky championship Cleveland Indians ruined by success and once again struggling in last place. Limited charm of original is lost; dull and filled with so many lame jokes that you won't care if they manage to make it to the top again. Cast returns, with the exception of Wesley Snipes as Willie Mays Hays (now played by Epps). 105m/C VHS, DVD . Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen, James Gammon, Dennis Haysbert, Omar Epps, David Keith, Bob Uecker, Alison Doody, Michelle Rene Thomas, Margaret Whitton, Eric Bruskotter, Takaaki Ishibashi, Randy Quaid; D: David S. Ward; W: R.J. Stewart; C: Victor Hammer; M: Michel Colombier.

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