The Whole Ten Yards (DVD)

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The Whole Ten Yards (DVD)

In hiding in Mexico, hit man Jimmy The Tulip Tudeski (Bruce Willis) has become a veritable Martha Stewart, cooking and cleaning up a storm. Meanwhile,...

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Provery funny!!

Consnot many at all!!

The sequel to "The Whole Nine Yards" was definately just as funny if not funnier then the original. If you asked yourself how could they make a sequel with the way it ended in the first one, then your not the only one. But they simply picked up where they left off. Matthew Perry as "Oz" is now...

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“A Let Down”

published 07/06/2008

ProEntertaining Scenes, Excellent Cast

ConsPoor Storyline and Script

When i heard the sequel to 'The Whole 9 Yards' was out I was expecting another well timed comedy, with lovable characters, intelligant humour, slapstick and an impressive storyline. What I saw was a mess of characters, with a seemingly overstretched stroyline and basic humour. This sequel lacks...

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Proits another Bruce Willis movie

Consnot funny, reused same jokes from first movie

No doubt you are reading this because you saw (and loved) The Whole Nine Yards, and are wondering why The Whole Ten Yards all but went straight to the video stores. Well quite simply, its because it is not worth cinema ticket prices to see this movie. I watched the Whole Nine Yards over and over...

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“the sequel is finally here!”

published 10/05/2005

Proall great actors involved

Conspoor sequel

yes, the sequel is finally here, but unfortunately its very disappointing. the plot/storyline is poor, and theres a distinct lack of humour! if you liked the 'chandler-inspired' wisecracks and laughed at clumsy nature that matthew perry portrayed his character to be in the whole nine yards then...

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“Comical”

published 15/02/2007

Pro Didn't Realize they made sequel!

ConsIT's Like a sequel to a different film.

The whole ten yards is like a different film altogether, it seems more comical and joky and i'm not sure it suits it. In the first film it was funny but in a classy way. this film seems to be more tacky. For example the gangsters in film one was more realistic and everything seemed normal where...

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ProBruce Willis cooking!!

ConsLacks that something which it desperately needs

I loved the first film "The Whole Nine Yards" it was well written, with a good story line and believable gangsters, unfortunately this sequel let itself down and will leave viewers unsurprised at the fact that the film was released on DVD so soon after its short lived cinema appearance. The story...

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In hiding in Mexico, hit man Jimmy The Tulip Tudeski (Bruce Willis) has become a veritable Martha Stewart, cooking and cleaning up a storm. Meanwhile, his new wife Jill (Amanda Peet) is distraught that her own career as an assassin has yet to take off. When Jimmy's ex-wife Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge) is kidnapped by Hungarian mobster Lazlo Gogolak (Kevin Pollak), her husband, klutzy dentist Nicholas Oz Oseransky (Matthew Perry) turns to Jimmy for help. Soon, Jimmy, Jill, and Oz are involved in a game of cat and mouse with Lazlo and his men trying to trade Cynthia for Lazlo's dim-witted adult son, whom the trio has kidnapped. But do Jimmy and his ex have a secret that they're not sharing with their spouses

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