|Writers:||David Zucker, Robert LoCash, Lewis Friedman and Jeff Wright|
|Director of Photography:||Steve Mason|
|Music:||James Ira Newborn|
|Production Designer:||Steven J. Jordan|
|Producers:||Robert LoCash, Gil Netter and David Zucker|
|Universal Pictures; R; 103|
|Cast:||Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Yasmine Bleeth, Jenny McCarthy, Robert Vaughn, Ernest Borgnine, Dian Bachar, Bob Costas, Trevor Einhorn, Al Michaels and Marc Allen Goodson|
This screwball comedy from the director of Naked Gun and Airplane is vulgar – and arguably hilarious, depending on ones' sense of humor. Two loser guys (Parker and Stone) make up a new sport combining basketball and baseball that becomes a national sensation. Lots of great cameos from sports stars but a word of warning to those who haven't the stomach for crassness; South Park creators Parker and Stone go for the politically correct jugular with potshots at short people, gays and disabled kids.
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