A weak con man panics when he learns he's going to prison for fraud. He hires a mysterious martial arts guru who helps transform him into a martial arts expert who can fight off inmates who want to hurt or love him.
Deuce Bigalow ('Rob Schneider') goes to Amsterdam after a little accident including two irritating kids and a bunch of aggressive dolphins. There he meets up with his old friend TJ Hicks ('Eddie Griffin'). But a mysterious killer starts killing some of Amsterdams finest gigolos and TJ is mistaken for the extremely gay murderer. Deuce must enter the gigolo industry again to find the real murderer and clear TJs name. Written by
Upon learning that the film received 5 Golden Raspberry ('Razzie') Award nominations, 'Rob Schneider' himself took out a full page add in the trades, boasting that the film was nominated for Worst Picture, Worst Actor - Rob Schneider, Worst Remake or Sequel, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Screen Couple - Rob Schneider and his diaper. Schneider later won the Worst Actor award. See more »
When Deuce and T.J. stop to talk after leaving Chicken & Waffles, the same red-headed lady in blue can be seen behind each one of them even though they stand facing each other. See more »
We're gonna prove that you didn't kill anyone.
I don't give a damn about that. It's the "extremely gay" part that's bothering me. I mean, if I'm a murderer, they'll welcome me home with open arms. Get out of jail and become a huge rapper. But a gay pimp? Like, where am I going? Vermont?
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Rob Schneider tries too hard to be controversial, but the film is not as bad as some people make out.
If you have read the majority of reviews for this film, people will haver you believing that this film is the worst comedy to ever be made, but let me tell you, it is nowhere near as bad as that. Schneider actually tries his best to give a very entertaining performance in the title role, and often the gags actually work, although they are very offensive at times. Schneider appears to be having a great time in his role, and the supporting cast also give the film their best, and the film is never boring. It drags in certain parts, particularly when explaining redundant character back stories and the like, but Schneider always manages to carry the story on the strength of his performance. Well worth seeing. This film will by no means change the world of comedy, but if you want simple entertainment and nothing but, you could do a lot worse than this movie.
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