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In the 12-years-since comedic sequel to 1993's The Sandlot, a new group of kids have moved into the sandlot: David Durango (Max Lloyd-Jones), Mac McKing (Brett Kelly), Saul (Cole Evan Weiss), his deaf brother Sammy "Fingers" (Sean Berdy), Tarquell (Neilen Benvegnu), Scotty's younger brother Johnnie Smalls (James Willson), and a surprise for The Sandlot 2, a girl in the group Hayley Goodfarier ('Samantha Burton'). When Johnnie mistakenly sends a model rocket over the junk fence in The Great Fear's yard, the gang must retrieve it. Even with the help of The Retriever (Griffin Reilly Evans, the director's son), a kid who steals dog tags and finds The Great Fear's a challenge. Yes, complete with another psychotic name-calling scene with Mac and little league captain Singleton (Reece Thompson). And, of course, with James Earl Jones as Mr. Mertle. Written by
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The opening monologue is based almost entirely upon Gladriel's opening monologue from "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" (2001). See more »
At the end of the movie, the narrator explains that Hayley grew up to be a supermodel and a pitcher on the Olympic softball team. Women's softball did not become an Olympic sport until 1996. Hayley would have been around 35 years old in 1996, a very unlikely age for an Olympic softball player. See more »
I can completely agree with Italia_Babe on this one... but I do have one other suggestion. I'm the biggest fan of the original, but watching the second one only made me laugh at how terrible it really was. Give Sandlot 2 a chance. Given, it is an awful sequel, but if you really love the first, this one will only make you laugh at how poorly it was made and at how much effort they put in to try and put current references to famous people into it. So sit back, grab some popcorn, and enjoy this retched film that completely destroyed the credibility of the original.
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