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The line "got any more daughters" was ad-libbed by 'Larry the Cable Guy'. See more »
'Larry the Cable Guy' is wearing his Christian name on his chest lapel - he should be wearing his surname. However, he has no surname in the movie, he is just Larry, so there couldn't be a surname. See more »
Forget it, I've got a wife and kids to think about.
And if Connie and the boys were living in a place like this, would you leave them?
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I've seen a lot of really bad movies in theaters. Sat through them and suffered. This was only the second movie in my life time that I've actually walked out on. I wish I had left sooner than what I did (I sat through nearly an hour and a half of this crap), I could have gotten a lot more done that day. Seriously, it was nothing but vague references to overdone jokes by both Larry the Cable Guy & Bill Engvall - two comedians who haven't changed their routines in nearly a decade, who by some fluke of nature, still have careers. At one point the movie actually paused to zoom in on Larry, covered with ammo, so he could say "Git-r-done" and rile up all the rednecks in the audience.
Every aspect of this movie was terrible. The acting, the fight scenes, the comedy, even the explosions were terribly boring and pathetic.
What it boils down to is this: Bill Engval & Lary TCG are nothing without Jeff Foxworthy and Ron White. No, the movie wouldn't have been much better with those two on the bandwagon, but it might have at least had some laughable humor in it.
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