A movie with a message about anti-bullying starring Rob Schneider?? The movie itself was just okay the message or heart of the movie was unexpected. Jon Heder---plays an adult nerd that still wears a helmet and for an acting choice he basically just plays the character like Napoleon Dynamite with a helmet (what range). David Spade is basically just nerdier version of his exact same character he always plays with a bad haircut and Nick Swardson is basically wasted as Spade's brother that is afraid of the sun. They all play a bunch of losers that never got picked to play ball back in the day that stand up to a bunch of young bullies that are picking on a kid. This brave action and the help of another former nerd that is now a billionaire (Jon Lovitz) leads them to band together to take on little league teams and get payback. The humor in the movie is pretty average---nothing special or exceptionally funny. The message was actually pretty heartfelt one about anti-bullying which was a bit of a surprise coming from Deuce Bigalow and Joe Dirt. Rob Scheider --who to me is usually a throw away character with a few funny moments in Adam Sandler movies actually does a pretty good job as the main character that isn't exactly what he seems. That plot point was predictable-but worked well anyway. All in all it was a so-so comedy that was only slightly more than I expected it to be.