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The Deviants (2004)

R | | Comedy, Romance | 29 May 2004 (USA)
A comedy about a matchmaker for people with hilarious dating problems.

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Tamara 'Gingir' Curry ...
Monique (as Tamara Curry)
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Jerry
Jeff Pierce ...
George / Oswaldo
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Zoe the Yoga Girl
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Marina the Nudist
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Chad the Pool Guy
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Rosey the Cleaning Lady
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Ivan the Wheelchair Guy
Randy Becker ...
Kevin the Self Lover
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Cecilia the Sex-crazed Woman (as Angel Boris)
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Brent the Cat Guy
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Mrs. Jones
Pierre Sauvé ...
Phillip the Inadequate Guy
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Norm (Doug Dezzani) and Monique (Tamara Curry) are two matchmakers who employ rather unorthodox methods while playing cupid. With their knowledge of interested and lonely parties personal sexual preferences, they specifically target those who might be potential love matches. Written by Larry B.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity and language

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Also Known As:

Dime qué buscas y te daré... sexo  »

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[as Norm wakes up after she knocks him out]
Cecilia the Sex-crazed Woman: [at gunpoint] Don't even think about stopping!
Norm: Simultaneous orgasms...
[faints again]
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Dismal, Dire and Dreadful...
4 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

I cannot see why anyone would make such a movie. From start to finish this film is really, really bad.

The characters are all very shallow, terribly acted and downright annoying. There is absolutely nothing going on below the surface at all with either characters or plot.

The 'humour' if you can call it that is aimed at an adult audience ( I presume from the language and nudity) although it comes across as mainly toilet humour and would have problems even drawing a smile from a half-witted 16 year old.

I would recommend avoiding this excuse for a comedy. It has nothing whatsoever that would appeal to a film fan. Non-existent laughs and a plot that barely exists lead me to ask "Why has this film been made, why, why, why?"

I expect in the fullness of time to see this film topping the top 100 worst films.


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