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|Artie Lange's Beer League|
Actors: Artie Lange, Ralph Macchio, Anthony DeSando, Cara Buono, Jimmy Palumbo
Beer, broads and softball combine with hilarious results in ARTIE LANGE'S BEER LEAGUE, and over-the-top comedy about a group of misfits whose weekly softball games descend more into fights for macho dominance than making h... more »
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Samantha B. (brown0187) from WASILLA, AK
Reviewed on 1/6/2010...
This is a very funny movie with a cute happy ending :)
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Great low budget film
Black Cat | 01/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a film that isn't for everyone,if you don't like blue collar type sports comedies..you may want to skip this.Surprisingly well acted this comedy really gives you a glimpse into softball beer leagues all around the Tristate(NJ,NY,Conn.) area..some people here seem to rate this movie negatively because they dont like Howard Stern(or Artie Lange on the Stern show) or they follow other lame morning radio shows but you can always rent this film and judge it for yourself."
Laugh-Out-Loud, Side-Splitting Funny
Nicole Turner | Claymont, DE United States | 01/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm a huge Stern fan and saw this opening weekend. I laughed so much that I was in tears and my face and stomach hurt. This movie's not for everyone, but if you love raunchy, politically incorrect, nothing is sacred comedy, then you'll love this movie."
Best Comedy Nobody Saw
E. White | USA | 01/02/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie didn't get the wide release it deserved. Horrible comedies are released nationally every month and very few have more laughs than Beer League. It just may end up gaining some post-DVD release notoriety, such as "Office Space" did a few years ago. This movie needs to be judged *as a comedy*. That is to say, it really isn't fair to criticize the intricacies of the plot. Take it for what it is: A good, raunchy, R-Rated comedy with enough great one liners and sight gags to entertain you for 90 minutes.
When Ralph Macchio's character orders an overly healthy lunch in front of his regular-guy Jersey buddies, who wouldn't laugh when Artie says, "In Massachusetts that order could marry a dude."?
By the way, it's easy to spot the Opie And Anthony losers that have come here to crap on this. They're the ones speaking broken English and have "Hoo Hoo" somewhere in their name or message."