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Blonde and Blonder (2007)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime | 18 January 2008 (USA)
Comic mayhem ensues when two lovely blondes, Dee and Dawn, are mistaken as international mob killers.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Agent Campbell
Agent Gardenia
Ad Pilot / Ken
Leo (as Kevin Farley)
Mr. Wong
Patrick P. Pon ...
Hugo (as Patrick Pon)
Phoenix Ly ...
One Eye
Douglas Newell ...

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Dee and Dawn are two dim-witted, pink-clad, blond ladies whom meet by accident and try to make a living with their dull lives, until a series of circumstances ensue when after they unwittingly take jobs at a local strip club, they are mistaken for two deadly female brunette assassins known only as the Cat and the Kit whom are hired to kill the club owner whom is a mobster in a witness protection program. With two persistent, but inept, FBI agents on their tail, the ditsy Dee and Dawn try to stay one step head of the law, as well as try to figure out what is really going on. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual material, including suggestive dialogue | See all certifications »




Release Date:

18 January 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ataque das Loiras  »

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Box Office


$8,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$26,815 (USA) (18 January 2008)


$42,183 (USA) (8 February 2008)

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Bob Clark in fact directed the film, including additional re-shoots in Los Angeles. Due to the fact that his Canadian citizenship had lapsed he was unable to receive director's credit. He was still fighting to get the credit when he was killed in a car accident. See more »


Dee's "highest" heels turn into flat shoes during the chase scene and appear again afterwards. See more »


[first lines]
Dee Twiddle: Oh, something's back there.
[pointing at toilet paper]
Dawn St. Dom: Oh, you've got one, too.
[grabbing paper seat cover]
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Weak opening and silly humor, but somewhat amusing
15 October 2014 | by (Ohio/PA border) – See all my reviews

"Blonde and Blonder" (2007) stars Pamela Anderson and Denise Richards as two blonde bimbos who are mistaken for notorious assassins. They're chased by the FBI, the real assassins (two sharp brunettes) and others.

I personally find air-headed bimbos annoying and neither Anderson or Richards trip my trigger in this movie (on a physical level). Anderson was 39 and Richards 35 when it was shot, with Anderson looking past her expiration date. But they're likable enough as the ditzy blonds. The first 25-30 minutes were pretty bad with literally nothing striking me as funny or interesting, but then the duo meet the mob boss at the Beaver Patch (a so-called "gentleman's club") and the sequence was so over-the-top I couldn't help but laugh. The movie won me over, sorta, as I laughed both with it and at it.

Emmanuelle Vaugier and Meghan Ory play the assassins, Cat and Kit, dressed in tight black leather outfits practically the entire film. Vaugier in particular is effective.

The locations are good, shot in Los Angeles & Santa Clarita, CA, Niagara Falls and British Columbia. There's a boat chase at the end reminiscent of "Live and Let Die," albeit no where near as good.

"Blonde and Blonder" is only worthwhile if you like the stars and appreciate really dumb humor. Most of the jokes fall flat, but it's consistently fun & zany and without idiotic toilet humor, except for the farting turtle. The biggest problem is that the entire first act is weak and seriously tempts the viewer to tune-out, but if you can resist it you'll catch the groove and be amused, IF you like dippy humor.

The film runs 95 minutes.


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