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Monday, October 17, 2005 

Movies - Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo


I had been waited for this movies for months. I will be expect this movie better then the 1st and i did. I personally felt this movie had more funny scence and etc.. you have to watch this movies and laugh until your vomit...

If you have watch some korean movies and you had expect this type of plot. I do not know why the westerns at imdb.com rate this is a bad flim?

TODAY, Friday, 14th October, 2005
DEUCE, YOU STINK!
-----------------
You know a movie is terrible when you enter the cinema leaving all
pre-conceived notions of cinematic art behind, and you still come away
feeling like you've watched something awful.
This is a movie so bad, it's just begging to be massacred by the
critics.
In fact, it's so very, very bad that watching it felt a lot like a
punishment.
The sequel to Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999) carries on from where
its
predecessor left off. Rob Schneider reprises his role as the inimitable
Deuce, the most unlikely male gigolo on the planet.
The woman he married in the first movie has died and carrying her
prosthetic leg around with him to keep her memory alive, he finds
himself
in Amsterdam where good friend T J (Eddie Griffin) is a pimp.
Deuce is forced to go undercover as a gigolo when T J gets implicated
in
a series of murders involving Europe's top gigolos and he must clear
his
friend's name.
The jokes are mostly rehashed from the first movie and the only thing
new
about the humour is how utterly tasteless it has become.
If you remember the first movie - which was poor but not vomit-inducing
-
Deuce services freakish women.
This time, one of these women has a fully functional male appendage for
a
nose because her mother was involved in the Chernobyl accident.
Such ludicrous humour aside, there are also the lame gay jokes - an
irritating favourite of such comedies - and a prestigious awards
ceremony
for man-whores called The Golden Boner Awards.
To recount anymore of the film's so-called plot would be like digging
through a bag of terrifying memories. Save your money - and your sanity
-
by avoiding this piece of dire film-making.

TODAY, Friday, 14th October, 2005
DEUCE, YOU STINK!
-----------------
You know a movie is terrible when you enter the cinema leaving all
pre-conceived notions of cinematic art behind, and you still come away
feeling like you've watched something awful.
This is a movie so bad, it's just begging to be massacred by the
critics.
In fact, it's so very, very bad that watching it felt a lot like a
punishment.
The sequel to Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999) carries on from where
its
predecessor left off. Rob Schneider reprises his role as the inimitable
Deuce, the most unlikely male gigolo on the planet.
The woman he married in the first movie has died and carrying her
prosthetic leg around with him to keep her memory alive, he finds
himself
in Amsterdam where good friend T J (Eddie Griffin) is a pimp.
Deuce is forced to go undercover as a gigolo when T J gets implicated
in
a series of murders involving Europe's top gigolos and he must clear
his
friend's name.
The jokes are mostly rehashed from the first movie and the only thing
new
about the humour is how utterly tasteless it has become.
If you remember the first movie - which was poor but not vomit-inducing
-
Deuce services freakish women.
This time, one of these women has a fully functional male appendage for
a
nose because her mother was involved in the Chernobyl accident.
Such ludicrous humour aside, there are also the lame gay jokes - an
irritating favourite of such comedies - and a prestigious awards
ceremony
for man-whores called The Golden Boner Awards.
To recount anymore of the film's so-called plot would be like digging
through a bag of terrifying memories. Save your money - and your sanity
-
by avoiding this piece of dire film-making.

sometimes u cannot believe movie reviews too much. life is so stressful in SG. we need more movies like deuce gigolo to lighten things up :/

I think i agree with Mrs Kucinta

Movie critics are supposed to be critical. Afterall, they watch movies for a living. The thing is the more you watch movies, the more critical you will become. So the key to enjoy a movie is, watch as few as possible. Maybe like one or a few a year. If one does that, chances are, he will come out of the cinema satisfied each time ;)

I saw on IMDB.com review and they are critis by normal people by ur=s you and me and most of them are place at US...

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