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When the Rockmore family car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, Kenan and Kel go to the nearest town to find help. Little do they know the town they entered is the home of the dreaded Headless Knight who plans to use their heads for his own! Written by
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When they are at the campfire and getting up to go look for the headless knight, Kel seems to get up twice. See more »
[In a pouring rainstorm]
That's it. I'm going outside to get the luggage!
[as he goes]
Roger-what are you... no! Get BACK IN HERE! Get...
[Roger is struck by lightning]
ROGER! GET IN THE CAR! GET BACK IN THE CAR!
COME ON! WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF BEING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING TWICE?
[Is hit with more lightning]
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This film is quite good for a low budget, made for TV movie. The acting and sets come across more like a daytime soap opera than a polished Hollywood production - which suggests that there wasn't that much effort put into the movie. At times the action gets sidetracked, with several scenes that seem out of place, as if their main purpose was to fill time. The movie more than makes up for it with its humor. Although predictable, I found many of the gags got stuck in my head only to come out days later and bring a smile to my face. This movie seems to be one of those Halloween specials - and would be good to watch or rent around mid October. In some ways, the totally stupid title describes the film well. If you think its as funny as I do, then you will probably enjoy the film. Don't expect too much and you won't be disappointed. I rated it a "6" out of 10.
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