Miami scam artist Pest Vargas is on the run from the Scottish mob and a German headhunter, the mob after 50,000 dollars, the German guy after his head. Pest dons many disguises in an attempt to evade their clutches.Written by
Adam "Mr. Movie" Hakari <email@example.com>
Charles Hallahan who was in this movie and in Dante's Peak were both released on the same date February 7 1997 See more »
When Pest is having his toast with Gustav, and is presented with his weapons, the camera cuts back and forth between Pest and Gustav. Sometimes when the camera is on Gustav, you can see it is raining, even though in other shots it is a sunny day. See more »
[Leo, Gustav, and Himmer are driving in a VW Beetle]
Couldn't you have picked a better car?
I thought you'd like it. It's German.
Haven't you ever heard of BMW, idiot?
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If a friend recommends this movie to you, shoot them. Well, not really, but you should reconsider your friendship. The Pest is, without a doubt, the worst movie I've ever seen. EVER. And before you say "Oh, she just loves chick flicks!", let me say this: I hate chick flicks. I love comedies. But the only funny thing about this movie is that it ever got made.
Wait, I take that back, there are a lot of funny things. It's funny that The Pest is considered a good movie by some people. It's funny that some people find the jokes to be funny, whereas they are incredibly unintelligent and contrived. It's funny that anyone with an IQ over 2 would like this movie. Perhaps it appeals to some, but I simply cannot see why.
I watched this movie when I was in junior high, and even then, I found it to be juvenile and pathetic. In short, never watch this movie. Within the first minute I wanted to strangle the Pest to death and put him out of his misery. Because, truly, it would be misery to star in a movie this horrid.
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