Mr. 3000
Mr. 3000 (2004)

Directed by Charles Stone III, Mr. 3000 revolves around over-the-hill baseball star Stan Ross (Bernie Mac), who retired after making what he thought was his 3,000th base hit for the Milwaukee Brewers (i.e. the exact amount of hits it takes… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: February 1, 2005
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54%
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Critic Score: 54% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Bernie Mac demonstrates he can play the game even if the movie's a few innings short of a complete game.

Bruce Diones
New Yorker

This fuzzy baseball story about a conceited player (Bernie Mac) who comes out of retirement to fix his record (he's three hits short of the magic three thousand) is a major letdown.

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J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader

There are no big surprises, but Mac and director Charles Stone III hit all the right dramatic notes, and Angela Bassett is reliably smart and sexy as Mac's love interest.

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Sloan Freer
Radio Times

An arrogant former sportsman learns a lesson in humility in this predictable comedy.

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Christy Lemire
Associated Press

Bernie Mac plays a baseball-star version of his corrosive TV-show persona in Mr. 3000, a comedy that's essentially an extended ad for ESPN. Ironically, though, the insertion of real-life media provides the film's few laughs.

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Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

This one's out of the park.

Dennis King
Tulsa World

Mac's rascally charm and deceptive gravity give promise of more substance than the movie finally delivers.

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Scott Tobias
AV Club

A mild and forgettable baseball comedy.

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Jonathan Crocker
Time Out

Deliberately Louisville-slugs its audience over the head.

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Adam Nayman
eye WEEKLY

This feature-length commercial for Major League Baseball covers all the cross-marketing bases.

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Flixster Audience Score: 30% Flixster User Reviews
Apeneck Fletcher
Essentially a "Major League" "rethinking" (meaning they blatantly stole the plot), with the story emphasis concentrated mainly on the old… More
Aaron Neuwirth
Big Horse Borelli: You know, a lot of people said that Stan only looked out for himself, that he wasn't a team player. But I'm here to tell you, if… More
Alex roy
As far as baseball comedies are concerned, Mr. 3000 is nothing compared to the likes of Major League or The Sandlot but is nonetheless a worthwhile film to… More
Andrew Fillmore
I really can NOT stand Bernie Mac. He really annoys me. I liked the movie concept, but it just wasn't done right.
Coxxie Mild Sauce
"Bernie Mac is perfectly cast in Mr. 3000" thats like saying Paris Hilton was perfectly cast in 'the simple life'
Curt C
Interesting premise leads to a disappointingly typical sports comedy.

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