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There is an extra scene with Kanye West being interviewed at a hockey game to which Mike Myers has brought him. Each time the interviewer gives the microphone to Kanye, Mike Myers leans in and keeps repeating, "Don't say it, don't say it!" Mike Myers was onstage with Kanye West when Kanye made his infamous George W. Bush does not like Black people,' statement. See more »
During the first game between Toronto and LA, Roanoke and Grande get into a fight. The referee informs Roanoke that he has been suspended. Referees cannot suspend players from future contests, and would order a game misconduct in this situation. See more »
[opening line, spoken in Morgan Freeman voice]
When I was a child in India, growing up in the tiny village of Harenmahkeester, I found a voice over machine which I still use to this day.
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One outtake with Verne Troyer is shown during the end credits. See more »
Jumping the Shark is too kind a phrase for this mess!
If you hate Mike Myers then this movie will be your holy grail...the one you hold high and proclaim loudly "See, I told you this A-Hole wasn't funny!"
If you love Mike Myers (as I do, in a totally manly non-ancient-Greece type way) then you'll just have to hang your head and silently agree.
What in Krishna's name went wrong here? How could these people have sat in an editing room and watched this hundreds of times during the final cut and not said to themselves " I have to save Mike Myers from himself!" I only had to watch the first fifteen minutes ONCE before I was ready to walk out.
How do I hate thee, let me count the ways; BAD acting, BAD casting, BAD writing, BAD directing, BAD dialogue, BAD excuse for a hockey mask (What is this, 1975?)
Is there anything good in this movie? YES! Romany Malco (Weeds, The 40 Year Old Virgin) rises above the dreck by playing a real person in a comic book universe. He's funny, sympathetic and believable; in short, everything this movie IS NOT.
I did get some good laughs though, out of the previews for "Tropic Thunder" and "Hamlet II". Do yourself a favor and miss this one (throwing up popcorn is a painful experience!)
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