The Replacements (2000)

 


 

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Genre: Comedy,Sport

The Replacements (2000)
   
Release Date: 11 August 2000 (USA)
Country: USA
Director: Howard Deutch
Cast:
  • Keanu Reeves
  • Gene Hackman
  • Brooke Langton
  • Orlando Jones
  • Faizon Love
  • Michael Taliferro
  • Ace Yonamine
  • Troy Winbush
  • David Denman
  • Jon Favreau
  • Michael Jace
  • Rhys Ifans
  • Gailard Sartain
  • Art LaFleur
  • Brett Cullen


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33 Responses to The Replacements (2000)

  1. sugafree
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    My husband is watching this stupid movie again! He’s actually laughing and explaining it to me- ’cause I might not get it.

  2. dronkersmike
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    Let’s play football bitch

  3. TartanMayz
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    TBOJ ranked this as the #2 movie that is always on TV! Haha!

    http://blog.theboxofficejunkie.com/2009/10/10-movies-that-are-always-o n-tv.html

  4. vlaks-0
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    I like this movie quite a bit, but I always wondered why Washington didn’t seem to have any back-up QB’s. I mean with the amount of times he got sacked, it must have occured to somebody that he could’ve gotten injured. Even if you take into account that for some reason they couldn’t find an extra QB before, couldn’t they have just kept Falco as the backup when Martel returned?

  5. kobie173
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    This movie simply has too many plot holes to be taken seriously.

    * The movie takes place in Washington, D.C., yet it appears to be summertime during the late part of the season.

    * The team feels the need to hire new cheerleaders when the players go on strike? WTF?

    * The last game of the season takes place on Thanksgiving Day? Pro football goes on for another month after that.

    * As was in the goofs section, they wouldn’t get rid of Falco when Martel came back, and even if they did, they couldn’t just suit him up at halftime if they wanted to. There are roster rules.

    * Orlando Jones’ character would have gotten penalized (and probably kicked out of the game) for the stickum incident.

    * There are VERY strict rules regarding players fraternizing with cheerleaders. Annabelle would have lost her job in a New York minute.

    Maybe this movie is good for people who don’t know anything about football, but for someone who has a clue about the game, this movie is just too stupid to be funny, poignant, or even cliched. It’s just DUMB.

  6. FloridaSunshine
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    supposedly the player strike happened late in the season, they mention they only have 4 games left. The cheerleader squad should have been in place from the beginning of the season. As far as I know, cheerleaders don’t strike if the players do.

    I know it’s just a movie and they needed a way to introduce the strippers as cheerleaders but it’s just something that’s always bugged me about the movie.

  7. TheTitan101
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    Ok I love football but I’m sick of all the high school and prison football movies crap. What are some other professional football movies. I don’t really mind if there good or not as long as they are professional football!

    "What do you do when you spill carpet cleaner?"

  8. imfyne5262
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    After Falco showed up in the locker room during the Dallas game some of the Sentinels grabbed Martel. What happened to Martel after that? I would like to think they locked him in a locker and urinated on him. Wouldn’t be the first time – it’s how we used to treat the rookies.

  9. charles_stein
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    what was it that shane was afraid of? wasn’t spiders or quicksand…

  10. metalrox_2000
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    Though the NFL refused to allow NFL teams to be used for the movie, there are some keys to references to the NFL strike of 1987.

    First, Redskins quarterback Edd Ruppert wore number 16 as a starter with the redksins through the strike games. Ruppert remained with the redskins through 1990, and has a super bowl ring from the 1987 season. Where Falco went to Ohio State, Edd Ruppert was the starting quarterback at Louisville.

    The Redskins did have a player on the team named Tony Robinson who had served time in prison.

    The teams that Washington plays in the film are the cities of the NFL teams that the Reskins played in 1987. Randy White crossed the line and played with the scabs through out the replacemtn games. The entire cowboy team returned shortly there after, and are the only team to play with regulars during the strike period.

  11. Darth-Malfoy
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    Can SOMEONE PLEASE tell me where to find the version of the song "Heroes" that plays at the end of the movie?

  12. i_scipio
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    After their first loss and Martel is making fun of the deaf guy, there’s a song playing in the background. Any one know what that song is?

    "I am Jack’s complete lack of surprise…"

  13. tkandy18
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    Who is the really hot blonde cheerleader? She isn’t any of the main cheerleading characters. Her big role comes during the sexy dance scene during one of the games when she starts rubbing her breasts and stuff.

  14. hoeforabuck
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    This is easily one of my favorite movies to watch over and over again, but for the life of me I can not even remember it at the theater.

    Did anyone actually see it in the theater or at home like me on DVD……

  15. kyleb18940
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    I don’t think that would of counted. Even though it was a deflected pass, as the active center, he would be an ineligable reciever, therefore not allowed to touch the ball before another offensive reciever

    At least I think. Anyone confirm/deny i’m right? I’m just curious and would like the answer please

    Also, when Shane tackled the linebacker on the onsides kick play, wouldn’t he not be counted down, even though he was tackled, because he wasn’t touched down by an opposing player. And the clock would stop the moment he was tackled down, not have it keep running

  16. dudemonkeydan
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    Who else loves this movie more than any other? The story was great and the acting phenomenal. Here’s my top 5.

    1. The Replacements

    2. Citizen Kane

    3. The Godfather

    4. Taxi Driver

    5. Pulp Fiction

  17. Rockhound6165
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    I laughed at this when the Dallas defender said this. Um, genius. You crossed the picket line. This makes you a scab.

  18. mojoo
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    This is one of those movies I just love, cinematic importance aside. I’d say every film buff, or person who at least appreciates the good movies without getting their panties in a bunch over the Fantastic Four or Spider Man 3, has a few head turners on their favorites list. You know, the cliche ridden, badly reviewed movies that you just can’t help but watch over and over. This is definetely one of mine. I love the scene where Falco and his cheerleader GF are in her bar, and just as he’s about to leave, he turns and looks at her. They approach each other slowly, and suddenly you hear John Madden on commentary. You realize it’s obviously in the context of a football game, but the situation on the field mirrors what’s going on right then and there, as they kiss passionately! Wow, so corny but great! What other "bad" movies do you have in your collection that you are sorta embarrased by?

  19. sohkfinest
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    Who was Dallas’ head coach?

  20. Martini_Boy
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    Live 100 yards from the stadium? He made it there pretty quick for that Dallas game…

  21. ascribe31
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    Don’t get me wrong. I love this film. I think it’s a slick comedy with great actors (Hackman!!!) and funny sequences.

    However…

    I never really got the fact that they had to replace the cheerleaders too…most NFL franchises don’t even really pay their cheerleaders very well (they make most of their money from promotional appearances, etc…) and they certainly don’t have anything to do with players’ unions or organizations.

    So why did one cheerleader have to go out and recruit a whole new squad? Did the cheerleaders go on strike too? Why was it so hard to get decent cheerleaders in a big city? There must have been plenty of colleges in the area with qualified women for the job! That was one element that was just too silly to ignore…

    …or maybe I could have.

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  22. rhandofgod
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    I know it’s a movie and all, but even in the small scenes on the field. Like the first game when they take a knee in the endzone the ball would be on the 20. and after two delay of games (10 yards) the ball should have been on the 10 except i wasn’t. I think it was on the 12 or 7. regardless. and then after a kickoff and they take a knee they suddenly get on the 40? That’s Hollywood i guess.

    "Just because the guys got a library card doesn’t make him Yoda"

  23. tiredeyes
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    Still one of the finest football films made in the last 10 years. Part of this comes from the humor and human honesty that shines through in the script. Sure–it’s a fantasy. Couldn’t happen, right? But we wish it could. While we sit glassy eyed watching real Pro teams who play more like robots then humans with real emotion and sponsors break up the tempo of play by sandwiching endless commercials between almost every play, we can dream of the days when Pro Football was entertaining the whole season, not just at playoff time. Stripped of real drama, sanitized of all cheerleader allure to accentuate violence, penalized for almost any minor infraction, real pro football now has a difficult time staying in the game against pure entertainment like ‘The Replacements.’

  24. DKKnows
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    At the end of the movie, McGinty’s voiceover talks about how, after that final game, the players had no endorsement deals, etc., implying that those four games were all they were ever going to get. To which I can only say, "Ha!"

    Sure, some of the players might have been blackballed in the aftermath of the strike (Falco being most likely, if Martel had any real influence), but Gruff, Wilkinson/Smith, Bateman and several others would have NFL teams breaking down the door to sign them. Those guys were just at the START of their careers, not the end.

  25. JamieFSC
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    I think this movie is awful. Just a complete waste of time and money. The fact that Keanu Reeves followed Neo up with this blows my mind and I’m still holding out hope that this is a Gene Hackman look-a-like in the movie. It has a 6.2 though, so clearly people liked something about it. Help me out. Please point out some of the moments of this movie you enjoyed.

  26. slowmoe1080-1
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    I know there is a list of names in the cast list but hardly any pics. does anybody know which actress/extra this was?

  27. Rockhound6165
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    Am I the only one who thought she was ultra hot in this? I liked the cheerleader with the long blond hair as well.

  28. w_wiggins
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    In the last game, just before Nigel was going to kick, why did he shake his head when Falco asked him if he was ok? Was it something to do with the gambling?

  29. Binkconn
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    It was smart for the Stones to get several songs from the underrated ‘Voodoo Lounge’ album in this movie; now they will live on every time a network like TBS runs this movie like right this minute.

    (now if only they’d do the theme song to a Bond movie…)

  30. ahrenbej
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    The Replacements was SUCH a ripoff of Necessary Roughness! They had the wide receiver who could run fast but not catch, the sumo wrestler center, etc…

    The STOLE this movie!!

  31. weirdmonkeydude
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    Probably the worst thing you could ever say to someone in sports. What winners should want, is to do what’s best for the team.

  32. Byteknight
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    the coach said winners always do. But then, in the game saving play, Shane passes it to the deaf guy.

    If he "wanted the ball," why pass it instead of making a run for it?

    Something I’m not getting.

  33. burruezoboy
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    the same of the wannabe cheerleader wearing a blue shirt and a black skirt?? she did a cheer about peaches or some thing, and grabbed her tits…

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