Ganz and Mandel's most successful outing was arguably this one, and it's the highest-concept story of them all: City slickers go on "vacation" to work a real cattle drive, and of course they'' also find themselves along the way. In this case, Billy Crystal takes the reins (ho ho!) after coming off the huge success of When Harry Met Sally... He's a down-in the-dumps advertising executive named Mitch Robbins who is tasked by his equally dour wife to "find his smile." Naturally, herding cattle's the place to do it.
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For those who wish ESPN never existed, Major League is easy to love because it's very funny and its characters are likeable beyond their athletic ability. For a movie that focuses on a sport that has long ceased to be the national pastime, anyone can love Major League.
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