These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
A testament to the soundtrack's awesomeness: it was certified 6x platinum in 2001 (meaning 6 million copies sold), and it's listed as one of the top twenty best selling movie soundtracks of all time.
The song Hit 'em High, the theme song of the Monstars, has some of the most popular rappers of the 90's - B-Real, Coolio, Method Man, LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes - putted together for this one song to sings on how badass and awesome the Monstars are and that no one stands a chance against them.
Fridge Brilliance: All the other affected players were both popular and had great statistics. The lone exception being Shawn Bradley. So why is he in the movie? The Nerdluck who stole his talent had the least going on upstairs, so naturally he would go for one of the tallest out of his league players rather than, say, Shaq or David Robinson.
Nightmare Fuel: The sudden art-shift to Swackhammer fantasizing about Michael Jordan as his slave in the dungeons of Moron Mountain, and the implications of this (never seeing his family again, living the rest of his life in misery, etc.)
Also the Nerdlucks transformation into the Monstars is pretty intense.
A extreme close-up of Taz during the ultimate game.
The Scrappy: Stan. Even the other characters think he's annoying, Michael especially.
Lola Bunny is this for a certain number of Looney Tunes fans. Positive Discrimination is a big factor. Since she was female, she could never participate in slapstick or display any flaws, making her seem like an unfunny Mary Sue.note However, this doesn't apply to her depiction in the Looney Tunes comic book or The Looney Tunes Show, where Lola is as slapsticky and flawed as everyone else. The whole "furry" thing certainly doesn't help, either.
What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: It's a movie about Michael Jordan training the Looney Toons to defeat aliens in basketball. It's a movie about Michael Jordan training the Looney Toons to defeat aliens in basketball. Somebody sat down and said, "You know what would be a good idea? A film about Michael Jordan teaching the Looney Tunes characters how to play basketball. With aliens."