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Mr 3000 (2004) Soundboard

Mr 3000 (2004) Soundboard

"Mr. 3000" is a sports comedy film released in 2004, directed by Charles Stone III. The movie revolves around the life of a former major league baseball player, Stan Ross, famously known as "Mr. 3000." The film sheds light on the struggles and personal growth of this larger-than-life character, played by the iconic Bernie Mac.

The story follows Stan Ross, who abruptly retired from baseball after getting his 3,000th career hit, entering the pinnacle of his career. With this accomplishment, he believed his place in history was secured. However, years later, it is revealed that he was mistakenly credited with three extra hits, thus making his iconic achievement invalid. Realizing that he needs to prove his legacy, Stan decides to make a comeback at the age of 47, despite being out of shape and out of touch with the game.

Bernie Mac delivers a remarkable performance as Stan Ross, portraying a flawed and egotistical character with hidden vulnerabilities. Mac's natural comedic timing and charisma make the character relatable and endearing, even at his most selfish moments. His transformation throughout the film, from a self-centered former athlete to a more humble and compassionate person, is both heartwarming and comical.

The supporting cast includes Angela Bassett as Maureen "Mo" Simmons, a sports reporter covering Stan's journey back to the game. Bassett's strong and no-nonsense portrayal adds depth to the film, as she serves as a catalyst for Stan's personal growth. In addition, Michael Rispoli and Evan Jones portray Stan's teammates, T-Rex Pennebaker and Boca, respectively, providing comic relief and camaraderie.

The film delves into the theme of second chances and the power of redemption. Stan Ross seeks validation for his past achievements, pouring his heart and soul into reclaiming his title as Mr. 3000. Along the way, he learns valuable life lessons about teamwork, humility, and the importance of relationships. The story emphasizes that success isn't solely measured by individual accomplishments, but rather by the impact one has on others.

"Mr. 3000" captures the spirit of baseball, celebrating the game's history while also presenting its flaws. The dynamics between the players, the intensity on the field, and the love and dedication of the fans all contribute to the nostalgic atmosphere of the film. It showcases America's favorite pastime as a backdrop for personal growth and transformation.

The film's soundtrack adds an extra layer of entertainment, featuring a mix of classic baseball tracks and contemporary songs. From popular tracks like "Centerfield" by John Fogerty to uplifting tunes like "Who's Your Daddy" by Toby Keith, the music amplifies the emotions and energy of the film. Listening to the soundtrack brings back memories of the movie's funniest and most heartwarming moments.

If you're interested in reliving the laughs and triumphs of "Mr. 3000," you can play and download the film's soundtrack and watch the movie itself. These sounds will immerse you in the world of baseball, comedy, and personal growth that make this film a cherished gem among sports comedies.

So grab some popcorn, settle into your favorite chair, and prepare to root for Stan Ross as he embarks on a hilarious and heartwarming journey to reclaim his place in baseball history.

A big swing and a slow roller towards short.
A list of every one of his 3,000 hits
Aah! Oof!
Adidas or Nike?
Against the rookie right hander Billy Earll,
Ain't nothin' like hittin' in the major leagues.
All alone and empty, like you are right now.
All right, guys.
All right.
And I know you don't know a lot of immortals
And T Rex isn't stopping at third.
And that ball is crushed.
And that candy ass Cy Young.
And then you have a sensible meal for dinner.
And they're there for one reason and one reason only.
And we've got two very long months ahead of us
Another mistake.
Are we ready to roll here?
As Norton gets his sign.
Base hit, dinner's on me
Because T Rex is the best in power and performance.
Before that, I was a young black kid
Begging Norton to challenge Ross with a decent pitch.
Bein' a part of that great tradition
Boca decided he wanted to swing away.
Boca's getting ready to bunt. The manager didn't call it
But an opportunity to drive in the winning run
But didn't say I was gonna do it,
But I didn't stay for breakfast, did I?
But they never taught him to cuss worth a damn.
But wait. There's more
But who said girl push ups don't count?
But you got that extra practice.
But you love me.
But you, my friend,
Come here
Come on, baby!
Come on, just drive the man in. A good fly ball, okay?
Come on, with that noise. I'm tryin' to watch a game.
Come on, y'all. Here we go, Stan.
Come on!
Couldn't you wait until after the season?
Crazy for asking you to give me a hand!
Did he go for it?
Dip, grip, curve ball.
Do your thing, man.
Don't get personal.
Don't look at your daddy
Don't you think you owe it to the fans to do it here at home?
Every time Ross steps to the plate.
First baseman, number 21, Stan Ross.
Following a correction in the record books
For turning this team into a laughingstock.
From reclaiming his cherished 3,000 career hits.
From those things that weren't getting me anywhere.
Fukuda checks his sign.
Give me my 3,000 hit ball
Got bitches all around and counting all his money.
Grab some, bitch!
Half the American League underneath the table.
He here to carry you home?
He laughin', man. He laughin'
He look like he's ready for Boca Raton with them tracksuits
He lost his slider. He lost his fastball.
He might not want to do this, you know what I'm saying?
He scrambles. It's gonna be close
He threw my Hall of Fame ball in the stands.
He was a middle reliever
He's a senior citizen
He's embarrassing him. He should give it up.
He's out!
He's the boss!
Help me out, please, with the zipper.
Here it is. Uh oh. Lineup!
Hey! Let's get a Brewers on three!
Hold on, man. Chill out, baby.
Hold on. A man could be wrong.
Honey, stop chasing the butt.
How about an exclusive?
How about an interview after the game?
How many is that?
How you want to pay me, cash or check?
I am.
I can't let them take away my legacy.
I could always count on you to do your thing, you know?
I don't think Stan cares.
I got ball games to play.
I just hit a home run, son.
I own this place, and I own all the stores next door.
I said I'm gonna hit
I was young.
I'm gonna play those games, and that's it.
I'm gonna start producing next year.
I'm on third base, right?
I'm right here!
If all this talk is just talk
If you lead the league in batting for three years,
Inside fastball,
It looks like it could be a long night for the King of Swing.
It'll probably take me maybe four at bats.
It's a damn shame!
It's Amigas y Rivales.
It's called modern technology, Stan.
It's deep to right field and carrying well.
It's not like we're in the American League anymore,
It's to the warning track.
Just get on.
Just one out and the winning run at third base.
Koron, how long has this pitcher been in the league?
Ladies and gentlemen, number 21, the great, the fantastic,
Ladies and gentlemen, we're here today to retire number 21,
Last year, I was just 4 votes away
Let him play to you, baby. Come on.
Let me hear it again!
Let's go!
Like Walter Johnson and Christy Mathewson,
Listen here.
Listen, Stan's playing like he's frozen.
Located on Peacock Street in Waukesha County
Man, what type of shit is this?
Mike Tyson didn't know when to get out.
Miller Park, standing room only.
Milwaukee's own Mr
Mo, Mo, Mo, Mo. Wait, wait.
Mow him down, Fu!
Mr. 2999 very likely will be making
My team lost, huh?
No pitcher wants to be the one
No pun intended, kids.
No, no, I started the love.
No, we're not doing Spanish shows, man.
Not really.
Not the day Stan Ross or the Milwaukee fans had in mind.
Not the way I remember
Now batting, shortstop, number 46,
Number 21,
Oh, 6 3! 6 3, man!
Oh, I don't know. I'd say 40, 50
Oh, look at them arms starting to shake.
Oh, man!
Okay, there was a game in May 1982 that was called for curfew
Once in May, once in August
One, two, three strikes, you're out!
Ooh, take a bite out of crime.
Pi what?
Recently, the Brewers have incorporated new methods
Reclaim his rightful place in baseball history.
Ross, you suck!
Say Hall of Fame!
Say, You're the man!
So on behalf of all of us who played alongside of you,
Stan is embarrassing. He's embarrassing me.
Stan Ross called for an extra practice?
Stan! Stan!
Stuart Scott with you. We got some more baseball.
Sweetheart, I'm goin' national.
Tell them about Toronto and the history you left there.
Thank you, Mr. Schembri, and the Milwaukee Brewers organization
That left him three hits short of the magical 3,000
That right there?
That shit should sound like a cannon!
That was a good game, y'all.
That's for doggone sure.
That's my point exactly.
That's not always how it works.
That's T Rex Pennebaker
The Arizona Diamondbacks
The Brewers win!
The King with the Swing, the right arm they call The Gun,
The man was safe!
The right hander from the stretch,
Then you can come on down there and talk to me.
They're gonna retire your number someday,
This looks like some punishment
Throws to first and picked him off.
Two out!
Viagra, man. You'd be the spokesman
Wait a minute. What do you mean?
Watch him. Watch. Watch. Watch him.
Way to go, Stan.
We go out there every day, but there ain't no nine guys.
We run the numbers
We're going for third place.
Well, we'll see in a few hours, won't we?
Well, why mess with perfection?
Were you glad to get number 3,000 here in Milwaukee?
What about the sleepin', talkin', and hangin' out part?
What connection did you make
What do you mean, quitting?
What the hell they doing?
What you call that, then?
What you gonna do?
What you know about the game? You played in the majors?
What you think, Boca?
What's up, baby?
When we got out of school till it got dark,
When you get a base hit in this millennium,
When you think of Mr. 3000, you think of Mr
Who aren't 47 years old, have been fooled by Hamilton.
Who is now just one hit
Who's the old man, baby? Huh?
Why are we getting on this Mama stuff?
Why do you care so much about it?
Why does the media hate this guy so much?
With that kid who caught the ball tonight?
Yeah, I swing a 36 myself.