The Dukes of Hazzard
Cousins Bo and Luke Duke are two good ol' boys who, with the help of their Uncle Jesse and cousin Daisy, give grief to Boss Hogg and Sheriff Coltrane in Hazzard County. View more >
sexual content, crude and drug-related humor, language and comic action violence
Starring Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Jessica Simpson... View more >
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I didn't expect too much when I went into the theater, and I wasn't disappointed. Very poor all the way around. If you thought it was lame on TV, this is worse.
The film is "The Dukes of Hazzard," and I saw this television show many years ago, I didn't like the TV show, so watching the film version is pretty hard to take. This is one of the dumbest movies I ever sat though. the people in this film had IQ's in the minus range. The entire cast is lame, ever Jessica Simpson's acting is terrible. She walks around wearing tight cut-off jeans and utter lines that wouldn't be spoken by an established actress. Watching cars jump off stuff is lame. There's nothing to like about this film. Nothing! It's an ill-fated attempt to revive the rural comedies of the 70's and 80's. "the Dukes of Hazzard" is an accident waiting to happen on the big screen.
I love anything with Johnny Knoxville it so I thought it was great. It wasn't the greatest but it was good, plus the guys will love Jessica!!!
The movie is not at all like the series the characters do not have the same personalities, the car chases are good and car jumps are really good. The acting is pretty bad.
I knew right from the beggining when I saw the preview this was going to be a "B" movie.
Then when my fiancee said he was looking forward to seeing it, I really new it was a "B" movie.
He seems to love all the cheesy movies that come out.
I had to go into the theatre with this state of mind.....
He's paying for it...enjoy it for what is worth.
I did laugh a few times and I am grateful for getting out of the house.
Advice for all of those thinking about seeing it on the big screen.
Wait until the DVD comes out.
The movie doesn't warrant $10.00 for watching it.
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