The Sixth Man Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for The Sixth Man the Movie

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College basketball star Antoine Tyler (Hardison) dies but returns as a ghost to help his brother (Wayans) lead their team to the NCAA finals. Basketball seems to be the sport of choice for Hollywood lately, so you'd think they'd be able to get one of these movies right. Once again, they blow the layup. The first half features the requisite flashback and tearjerker death scene, both of which are surprisingly effective. But then the focus turns to "hilarious" on-court hijinks and the all-time sports cliche champion: the second-half rally from an impossible deficit. Hardison and Wayans are the bright spots, displaying fine comic and dramatic chemistry.

Distribution

Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521-1120, Toll-free: 800-723-4763, URL: http://www.bvhe.com

Available on VHS
Running time 107 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Supernatural Comedies, Ghosts, Ghouls, & Goblins, Basketball, Brothers & Sisters, Campus Capers, Front Page, Team Efforts, Death & the Afterlife, Sports Comedies
Screenplay
Christopher Reed, Cynthia Carle
Cast
Kadeem Hardison, Marlon Wayans, David Paymer, Michael Michele, Kevin Dunn, Gary Jones, Vladimir Cuk, Chris Spencer, Kirk Baily, Saundra McClain, Lorenzo Orr, Travis Ford, Harold Sylvester
Cinematography
Michael Ozier
Director
Randall Miller
Music
Marcus Miller
Producer
David Hoberman, Jody Savin, Touchstone Pictures, Mandeville Films, Buena Vista

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