In 2002, two rival Olympic ice skaters were stripped of their gold medals and permanently banned from men's single competition. Presently, however, they've found a loophole that will allow them to qualify as a pairs team.
Three guys, all their lives, have been living in the shadow of bullies and are determined not to take it anymore. Now they must train with the help of Mel to take on the most offensive and meanest youth baseball teams.Written by
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Cincinnati Reds pitcher Jon Moscot was a fourteen-year-old extra in the film. He was not credited, as his parents were concerned his college eligibility could be adversely impacted. Moscot has said that he gave up seven home runs to Rob Schneider during the filming. See more »
As Clark jumps into the bushes during the first doorbell ditch, you can see a boom mic reflecting in the window. See more »
[after Salad Girl gives back a video]
Well, I am management, so I'm gonna waive the late fee.
Oh, they're not late, but thank you.
[Richie laughs nervously]
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Originally, the end credit sequence had a series of alternate takes, outtakes and deleted scenes. These were removed for the DVD release and were restored for its airings on the STARZ Network. See more »
Fire It Up
Written by Victor Beasley, Brandi Nicole Adams, Victor Clark, Asani Charles and Bryan Bonwell
Performed by King Ashoka featuring Ambush
Courtesy of Spirit Music Group o/b/o Bzee Roc Music Group See more »
This is the story of three grown men playing internet broad-casted games as The Benchwarmers against 4 or 5 different teams of Bullies.
David Spade (Richie) plays a Smart-mouthed scaredy-cat that plays to impress a lovely lady fan of the Benchwarmers. John Heder (Clark) plays a dorky lovable mama's boy who needs to get out more. & Rob Schneider (Gus) plays a tough guy who carries the team who fights (plays baseball) for all the poor nerds that never got to before, so that his kid will someday be free from bullies.
The movie contains some crude humor so be aware when taking small children, but otherwise this is a Hilarious story of the way that life should be, not that it will change, but still so that adults see how truly cruel children can be.
I loved this movie, I laughed hard but lets not miss the message.
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