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  • Actors: Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, DJ Qualls, Michael Rose, Glenn Morshower
  • Directors: C.B. Harding
  • Writers: Bear Aderhold, Tom Sullivan
  • Producers: Alan C. Blomquist, Emily Wolfe, J.P. Williams, Jennifer Novak, Maggie Houlehan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Lionsgate Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 4, 2007
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000T5O494
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,835 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Down on his luck after losing his job and his girlfriend on the same day, Larry decides to join his neighbor, Bill (Bill Engvall), and his combat-happy buddy, Everett (DJ Qualls), for a relaxing weekend of drinking and target practice. But when the three hapless guys are mistaken for Army Reservists by the hard-nosed Sergeant Kilgore (Keith David), they're loaded onto an army plane headed for Fallujah, Iraq - and mistakenly ejected in a Humvee somewhere over Mexico. Convinced they're actually in the Middle East, the clueless wannabe soldiers save a rural village from a siege of bandits and become local heroes. But when Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo), a ruthless, karaoke-loving warlord, strikes back, Larry, Bill and Everett have to lay down their beers and take up their arms - and prove they just might be real soldiers after all...

Customer Reviews

Very funny movie.
L. Jones
Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall and DJ Qualls star as three imbecilic army reservists who are accidentally dropped off in Mexico on their way to Iraq.
Roland E. Zwick
If this movie had been my first exposure to them I would probably never have watched anything else of theirs.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By John on November 3, 2007
Format: DVD
That is exactly what this movie is. Its not an intellectual comedy. There is very little plot development, the characters don't evolve much, and its not filled with special effects or hard-core action scenes to make up the difference. So why in all the world did I give it four stars? I liked it because although not hilarious, it is funny. The characters are actually likeable. And the story wasn't really important to pay attention to. It is very mindless. You don't need to think while you watch this movie so its perfect for the work day from h-e-double hockey sticks. I would classify it more as a wind down movie. If you want a gut-wrenchingly funny comedy, this isn't the movie you're looking for. If you are just looking for something simple to watch, this is an excellent choice.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Hermit on March 20, 2009
Format: DVD
First, let's make one point clear: THIS
IS A STUPID MOVIE. God, is it stupid. But movies this stupid aren't often as funny as this one. I should have been more generous with the star rating, as I doubt they intended this to be taken seriously. If you take it too seriously, you will be bitterly disappointed. But any movie that features Larry The Cable Guy has a stamp on it.

But despite the names of Engvall and "Larry," the real show stealer is DJ Qualls. This guy's a mess, a real train-wreck. Yes, he's the stereotypical trigger-happy clueless American, but what people don't understand, is it is an intentional low-brow comedy which relies on insensitivity and stereotypes. Hence the hard-drinking Mexicans, the over-the-top "No Closet Can Hold Me" gay nephew of the town thug, the thug himself, and the beer-guzzling "redneck" Americans. Lighten up, people, it's just a silly movie.

And to all you politically correct busybodies, who still want to subject yourself to politically incorrect misery, that of the right to personal expression, go to "Features" and watch the interview with Lisa Lampanelli, the "Queen Of Mean." As Mencia often says, "...FREE SPEECH, BABY!!!" My god, get a sense of humor...

Also in the features, one sees how Danny Trejo got into acting. He is often typecast in bad guy roles, but as he says here, he has done time in every California penitentiary at one time or another. He lost nine years of his life to prison sentences. Coming to the point where he said to himself, "enough is enough," he finally did straighten himself out, and managed to break into films, as an extra at first. This isn't really relevant to the film, but "Bonus Features" never really are.

Back to the movie at hand.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Spottedfeather on September 8, 2007
Format: DVD
The reviews, with the exception of John Nelson's, are way off. I've found that 99% of the time, when someone doesn't like or hates a comedian is because they don't understand the humour. This has to be the case here. Larry and Bill Engvall are two of the funniest comedians alive. They don't have to work blue to get millions and millions of people to like them. Maybe people don't like this movie because of several reasons ---
A. They don't understand funny things (most probable)

B. They know/are related to rednecks (ie. real people) and are embarrassed

C. They think that to be funny, a movie/comedian has to be really intellectual, high brow, and dry-witted. What's wrong with fart humour ? As my favourite DJ says about his morning show "booger, booger, fart, fart, weiner"

D. They're jealous because they're just like Larry or Bill and aren't famous themselves

E. They think that every movie has to be Oscar quality. This isn't the case. Not every director makes a movie thinking that it's going to win a million awards. Most of the time, people make movies because it's fun and they think people will like it.
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Larry The Cable Guy, Bill L and what-his-name are 3 red neck week-end warriors. Meaning there in the army, but only on the weekends, where they bum around and have no military experience what-so-ever. There pretty much the lowest rank of ranks for the US Army.

They end up receiving orders to take on a mission in Iraq that the real army does not want to waste real troops on, so they have scraped the bottom of the barrel to send in these guys.

They meet there new drill sergeant who is the guy from Men At Work, almost playing the same character he did in that, and they find themselves on a plane heading to Iraq.

However these three dopes end up trying to sleep in a military vehicle on the plane, and the Sargent looks for them as the plane hit's bad weather and the pilot end's up lightning the load by dropping the vehicle and the 4 guy's out of the plane, not knowing they are in the vehicle sleeping.

When they awaken, they think they are in Iraq, but they are actually in Mexico. They then find themselves helping out a small Mexican village free itself from a group of Bandits and there leader, Carlos Santana. Not the singer, he's a banditto.


Overall, this is very much a "seen it before" situation. Nothing is new, and to be honest, the comedy is not all there. It tries to swing to a more adult audience in some scenes, but for the most part, if they cut out the cuss words, this is a PG rated movie.

They really needed to find the balance of which direction to go with it. Should it have been a PG rated family comedy, or let Larry and Bill ad lib and make it a more adult scenario movie.

I think most people like myself expected a lot more of the Blue Collar dirty humor to it.
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