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Mr 3000 (2004)

Aging baseball star who goes by the nickname, Mr. 3000, finds out many years after retirement that he didn't quite reach 3,000 hits. Now at age 47 he's back to try and reach that goal.

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Stan Ross was a baseball superstar who turned his back on the game years ago when he finally hit 3,000 hits. Years later, he's now a successful, self-made entrepreneur whose many businesses revolve around his title: Mr. 3000. But a clerical error has proven that Stan is just short three hits of his spectacular hit record. Now, with time on his side and the potential to be inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame, Stan must return back to the game and get back his title. But things have changed with age, and as Stan finds out, it's not too easy to get back into the game when he hasn't played for years, and he's nearing 50. Written by monkeykingma

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Big league. Big mouth. Big time. See more »

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Comedy | Drama | Romance | Sport

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content and language | See all certifications »
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17 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Mr. 3000  »

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$30,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$8,679,028 (USA) (17 September 2004)

Gross:

$21,800,302 (USA) (17 December 2004)
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Trivia

Christopher Noth and Paul Sorvino were partners in the original Law & Order franchise. See more »

Goofs

The Brewers retired Stan's #21, yet 21 is not on the rafters next to the other retired numbers. See more »

Quotes

Stan: Stan, you're going to be the best looking cat in the Hall of Fame, that's for dog gone sure.
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Without sports, this would have been a short film. See more »

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References Eddie Murphy: Delirious (1983) See more »

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Whoomp! There It Is
Written by Stephen Gibson, Cecil Glenn
Performed by Tag Team
Courtesy of DM Records, Inc.
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i liked it
8 December 2005 | by (Richardson, TX) – See all my reviews

If you like baseball, here is a good film for you. Bernie Mac is perfect in the title role as a Brewers baseball player with an ego the size of Milwaukee who retires just after he thinks he gets his 3000th hit, which he assumes will make him a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame. Many years and no induction later, he learns that three of the hits did not count, and he returns to the game to get those three hits. Mac does a good job and actually fleshes out the character, as his return helps him learn more about being a team player. I really liked this film when I saw it.

*** out of ****


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