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I ain't gay! I was just looking down his pants 'cause i heard his shlong was so big, and juicy! No wait! That didn't sound right!
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Cute and likable despite being silly and politically incorrect
This film was about Deuce Bigalow in the liberal Amsterdam to find the killer of man whores. Through the process, he was in for some culture shock and some man whoring.
The plot was silly and very politically incorrect. There were plenty of gross moments, such as vomiting wine through a tracheostomy hole or eating chips submerged in the toilet bowl.
However, I did not stop laughing throughout the film because Rob Schneider was so funny. He gave Deuce Bigalow a cute and innocent charm which was important in making Deuce Bigalow likable. The film was good for some light and non serious entertainment.
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