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action & adventure, comedy

Once inseparable pals, Archie Moses (Sandler) and Rock Keats (Wayans) find themselves on opposite sides of the law, each feeling betrayed by the other.

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0 star

You know a film is bad when it becomes apparent that canned laughter would actually be beneficial. It's not funny, it's not clever, the editing is bizarre and quite frankly James Caan should be ashamed. It's odd, this film could only be enjoyed by people who are at least 10 years too young to see it legally. Avoid at all costs.

- SirPant, Wednesday, March 23, 2011

0 star

What a brutally bad film. I blame marketing to pre-teens (like me, at the time) for anyone ever making the mistake of watching this movie. Or for it still being on TV once in a while (which is where I finally saw it). Man am I glad I didn't pay for this! There is one - count it, one, ah ah ah! - laugh in the whole thing. The rest is just a spiralling, formulaic story that culminates in a shootout that looks like it cost about ten bucks to shoot. DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE. IT WILL ONLY LEAD TO ADAM SANDLER MAKING MORE MOVIES, OR WORSE, THE RETURN OF DAMON WAYANS!

- danperry17, Sunday, September 5, 2010

3 stars

24/01/2013 (Quickflix, PS3)

- EightThirty, Thursday, January 24, 2013