Donald P. Sinclair has placed six separate gold coins in different slot machines in his casino. The lucky six who find these coins discover an opportunity of a lifetime. The chance to own $2 million. Locked up in a locker in New Mexico, these six contestants must now race each other, to be the first to the cash. There are no rules in place and everything that could possibly happen, does. Whilst, behind the scenes, Sinclair's associates are placing their bets. Written by
As Blaine is climbing the tower trying to outrun the truck, the rope pulling the truck changes position (relative to him) several times. Sometimes it's behind him, sometimes in front, sometimes to his left, sometimes to his right. See more »
[to the woman on the motorcycle driving next to him]
Hi, I really like your dike... Bike.
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Randy Pear plays the harmonica found in Hitler's Mercedes-Benz. See more »
A guiltless pleasure that is funny simply because it doesn't rely on a boatload of fart jokes
After seeing the first trailer for this film, I thought
it would too hokey for my tastes. However, like has happened on many other occasions, I was surprised by the humor in the film. While the principal characters were important in the movie, why didn't Wayne Knight get any billing? He's probably one of the best overweight actors since John Candy, and this guy can't get any work!? He was the only good reason to watch Seinfeld. Anyway, I felt this movie was quite a departure for some actors, and a great one for those who have made a movie such as this before. Jon Lovitz was excellent in this film, along with Mr. Bean (or Rowan Atkinson as he is called by non-Mr. Bean fans, who must be a sad group of people). The only downside to this film was the ending, which had yet another bad song by Smashmouth (and it was All-Star once again!). Overall, a good movie.
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