She reminds me of the smart-mouthed little leaguer played by Tatum O'Neal in the original Bad News Bears
These consensus values would be challenged in the 1960s by three elements exemplified in The Bad News Bears
: multiculturalism, the women's movement, and the individualism of the counterculture.
Think of The Lord of the Rings or The Bad News Bears
Favourites staged on the diamond range from the mystical wonder of The Natural and Field of Dreams, to the gritty drama of Eight Men Out and the laughout-loud fun of The Bad News Bears
With easily recognizable riffs on classic "bad team makes good" sports films (The Bad News Bears
, The Mighty Ducks, Slapshot), it also rehashes familiar sports redemption films (Rocky, Karate Kid, The Rookie) in which a mainstream Anglo concept of believing in oneself helps one transcend perceived limits.
The movie review site Rotten Tomatoes adds some interesting entries, including The Bad News Bears
(the original, with Walter Matthau, thank you) and The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, starring Hank Greenberg.
They're like the Jewish Bad News Bears
only with more losing.
THE TOPIC: When Wang Xingjiang--"Boss Wang"--a wealthy steel baron and the owner of China's Taiyuan Brave Dragons, decides to transform his Bad News Bears
of a basketball team into a league contender, he brings in manque American players and hires former NBA player and coach Bob Weiss to lead the way.
Billy Bob Thornton has been there twice - with Bad News Bears
(after Walter Matthau got there before him) and Bad Santa, while Milla Jovovich in Bad Luck and Ray Liotta in Bad Karma are new films to look out for.
When the media bad news bears
are in full sway, maybe it's a sign to invest.
Coming in a close second is the original (and best) version of The Bad News Bears
(1976), in which Amanda Whurlitzer (Tatum O'Neal), a 12-year-old with a whale of a pitching arm, rescues an inept Little League nine.
When Joel tries to coach a sales team right out of The Bad News Bears
, he learns that the roots of Micro Drip's sales problems run far deeper.