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This long forgotten movie is a perfect companion piece to Artie Lange's "Beer League". This movie has its moments, and while not as funny as Beer League, it is still quite entertaining. There is an actress named Precious Colquist who is in the beginning of the movie who delivers a killer line, wanted to see more of her. She rocked! Has she done anything else? The female softball players were all hot, especially Jenni Hetrick .The only person I recognized was Al Corley from "Dynasty". This film is basically in the R rated comedy genre but more reminiscent of "Porky's+ than say Animal House. Should get another push on DVD. It seems right to see it now with the success of Beer League.
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