'It Is Unwatchable': Charlie Sheen Despises the Sequel To His $50M Movie

'It Is Unwatchable': Charlie Sheen Despises the Sequel To His $50M Movie
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The actor's opinion of the movie is even more critical than that of the viewers.

Charlie Sheen is a movie actor who became popular thanks to his participation in such movies as Red Dawn, Platoon, Hot Shots! and Wall Street.

In 2010, he was named the highest paid actor, as his salary was $1.8 million for each episode of the sitcom Two and a Half Men.

While the actor's career is full of worthy roles, there are some he regrets about, and that list includes the Major League sequel.

The first movie was an undeniable success, receiving positive reviews from both critics and the general public. It is still considered by some to be one of the best baseball movies ever made.

Major League tells a story about the Cleveland baseball team, which is a dead weight on the new owners. Therefore, it must be sold.

To do this, team owners have to hire the worst players, who will not be able to win, and then the team can be safely transferred to other hands.

As usual, on the wave of success, the second and even the third movie were made, and last one was filmed already without Charlie Sheen.

It turned out to be a typical average sequel, obviously not reaching the level of the first movie. The reviews were devastating, and Charlie Sheen himself takes a critical view of the sequel.

In a recent interview with Audacy's 92.3 Afternoon Drive on The Fan, the actor was honest about what he thinks about the sequel to one of the best movies in his filmography.

"Parts of two are unwatchable. Two was a crowded house. There were too many characters, they tried to cover too much ground, and they were trying to give everybody an arc. It just was muddled," the actor commented.

Major League 2 crashed and burned with only a 5 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Many admitted that the movie was far-fetched, ill-conceived, and just plain boring.

While the love line in the first movie was absolutely everyone's heart and soul, Rick Vaughn's love triangle was terribly trite.

The only thing the movie was praised for were the really gripping and well filmed baseball scenes. Unfortunately, this is not enough to bring the movie up to at least an average level.

While the first Major League raised $50 million, the second one only managed to crawl up to the $30 million mark.

Source: Audacy's 92.3 Afternoon Drive on The Fan