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A 3-parts 80's or 90's comedy movie about two guys who investigate something

The movie is about two guys (one of them i guess was mexican, the other is american). The american is referred to as Hardball. The third part of the movie is about a hacker guy who asks his girlfriend to lend him a laptop and he breaks into some system. I guess it is a detective comedy.

Does that sound familiar? =)
asked Nov 16, 2016 in Name That Movie by aordev (8 points)

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"Grand Slam"

John Schneider ( plays Dennis 'Hardball' Bakelenoff. Paul Rodriquez ( plays Pedro Gomez, the Latino dude.

"San Diego is home to Dennis and Pedro who work for competing bail bond companies. They decide to team up as bounty hunters which puts them in dangerous situations and numerous auto pursuits but they enjoy the exhilaration."
answered Nov 16, 2016 by casspir (18,801 points)
selected Nov 16, 2016 by aordev
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