Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.
Two guys invented a game... and turned the sports world upside down!
Two losers from Milwaukee, Coop & Remer, invent a new game playing basketball, using baseball rules. When the game becomes a huge success, they, along with a billionaire's help, form the Professional Baseketball League where everyone gets the same pay and no team can change cities. Theirs is the only team standing in the way of major rule changes that the owner of a rival team wants to institute.
Making the sports comedies of the Happy Madison gang ("Happy Gilmore," "The Benchwarmers," etc.) look like high art, David Zucker's "BASEketball" leaves much to be desired. Powered by Matt Stone and Trey Parker of "South Park" fame, the film swings for the fences with a blend of inane humor, low-ball gags, and gross-out shenanigans. The comedy offers a few semi-solid laughs, but it strikes out again and again.
Revolving around a duo who invent a sport and see it attain heights of glory, Stone and Parker attempt to bring the humor of their quaintly animated TV show to the big screen. While it is amusing to see creators of the famed voices live and in person, the story is pure…
The guys who created a bunch of animated school kids which either created controversary or made people laugh in their homes. Then created a movie which had me in stitches all the way through. Another movie which had me in tears was the Puppet's that sung tunes and battled Kim-Y-S.
This movie was funny in places but too damn silly for its own good. It's a great idea and the pair work well together. Some of the jokes come thick and thin but mostly not funny.
Nice to see Trey does the voice of Cartman in one scene.
Stick to the animation please fellas.
"We gotta get jobs. Then we get the khakis. Then we get the chicks."
Completely ridiculous - the best kind of comedy.
This isn't the funniest movie in the world, but it's so goofy and non-serious that I could watch it every day, probably.
Silly, stupid, puerile humor. Dumb premise. Amateurish acting. I adore this film, which is loaded with typical Parker/Stone humor.
This is a pretty decent comedy film with memorable characters and a bunch of witty gags.
However I felt that the film started to drop off a little in the second half.
Some of the skits are very good - pity about the rest.
"You want to know where Coop is? Just look for the most heinous, vile, and horrible exploitation of children on the planet."
"Scenario Two: Coop went to Disney World."
i watched the Greatest Movie of All Time on acid and it didnt disappoint. i love matt and trey throw me into a trashcan please!!!!
Fun dumb comedy by David Zucker(the Naked Gun series) based on a game he and his friends created for fun. Matt Parker and Trey Stone, the creators of South Park, seem to have alot of fun in this. Love the swipes at professional sports which is even funnier now that just about EVERY stadium is an advertisement for major corporations and excessive celebrations have become so commonplace. I needed a good laugh today, it's still fun but I didn't laugh as much as I recall in my teenage years
Sadly for the inner rude teen in me. BASEketball has not aged very well. The humor is very hit and miss now for me, which still doesn't make it a bad or unfunny film. There are a lot of shots at athletes and sports franchises which are still sadly relevant as well.
Even with it's silliness I still had a good time watching this film. Bad jokes or not. Still a great late night comedy.
Matt and Trey make some of the funniest stuff. BASEketball hasn't aged well, but watching it brings me back to a simpler time.
One of my guilty pleasure comedies.
Two childhood friends with absolutely nothing positive going for them find themselves thrust into sports stardom after creating a new sport in the driveway of their home. A combination of baseball and basketball, it quickly catches the attention of a huge audience who cheers for the average joes who stand for everything that is missing in sports today. A pursuit of the elusive championship trophy isn't the only obstacle they will have to face as a greedy businessman is circling for the kill at any moment.
I mean what is there to say about this film? Trey Parker and Matt Stone are entertainment geniuses and you can definitely see the South Park fingerprints that put them on the map. The…
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