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Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy | Video 16 July 2015
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When happy family man Joe Dirt finds himself transported to the recent past, he begins an epic journey to get back to his loved ones in the present.


Fred Wolf





Cast overview, first billed only:
David Spade ... Joe Dirt
Brittany Daniel ... Brandy / 1965 Ashleen
Patrick Warburton ... Foggle / Guardian Angel
Mark McGrath ... Jimmy Yauch / 1965 Rory Yauch
Dennis Miller ... Zander Kelly
Christopher Walken ... Clem
Toby Bronson Toby Bronson ... Toby
Ron Flagge Ron Flagge ... Blake
Rhonda Johnson Dents ... Galinda (as Rhonda Dents)
Tracy Weisert ... Woman
Natalia Cigliuti ... Dr. Sue
Scott L. Schwartz ... Giant Man
Erica Ibsen ... Nurse Finch
Jeff DeRouen ... Anesthesiologist
Dan Mott ... Janitor


Many of the original actors will be reprising their roles as the Iconic acquaintances to the perpetual underdog of the films Namesake. According to Spade this film will be aired Directly to the website Crackle in the summer of 2015. He also stated his decision to don the Mullet once again was due to fan pressure as the original encroaches on cult status. Written by Nick Marmolejo

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Joe Dirt uses a reference to Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003), calling a biker gang member "Nucking Futs". See more »


When Joe first learns that he is back in 1965 he says he was born in 1965. Then when he meets Lynyrd Skynyrd he says he was 8 years old when he heard about the plane crash that killed Ronnie Van Zant. This cant be so because Joe would've been 8 years old in 1973 and the plane crash that killed Ronnie Van Zant didn't take place until 1977. See more »


References Starsky and Hutch (1975) See more »


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the subtlety and innocence of the character was completely gone.
30 July 2015 | by reaseltbimSee all my reviews

The reason I liked the first Joe Dirt a lot was because Joe Dirt was a likable and kind of an innocent character. The first movie had some crass jokes and it had some dark humor in it, but Joe Dirt was always the shinning star of the story. He felt like a real character that was just down on his luck, the humor might have been silly and gross at times but Joe Dirt was still an innocent, Naive, good person looking for his parents. That was the core of the story. A good guy that did not have the best life and wanted to find his family. What do we get here? Just a cynical version of that character.

the subtlety of the character is completely gone. This felt more like am actual mean spirited Parody of the first Joe Dirt. there was nothing deeper to this movie than just the jokes and the cameos. Say what you will about the first movie but it at least tried to have a heart underneath all the jokes. What happened to "Life is a garden, Dig It" what happened to that? that's my point. This movie felt like if it was written and Directed by Robbie (Kid Rock) from the first one. The same exact thing happened to the Dumb and Dumber sequel and the Vacation sequel. any kind of innocence and naiveness those characters had was replaced by foul humor. Not sure what is happening to comedy anymore. Everything is just loud and obnoxious today.

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16 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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