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Dukes of Hazzard (DVD) (WS) (Unrated)

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The teaming of Johnny Knoxville (Jackass: The Movie) and Seann William Scott (Dude, Where's My Car?) as well as the presence of the '70s-flavored car chases that were a specialty of the TV series guarantees that The Dukes of Hazzard will be even more lowbrow than the CBS TV series (1979-85) that inspired it. However, this brain-damaging comedy is more "rehash" than "remake," as good ol' Georgiaboys Luke Duke (Knoxville) and his cousin Bo (Scott) are frequently upstaged bythe General Lee, the Confederate-flagged '69 Charger that they drive, jump, race, and fly in as they smuggle moonshine for their Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson). Meanwhile, cousin Daisy Duke (Jessica Simpson) is reliably available to model her short-shorts (aka "Daisy Dukes") and awesome figure (and let's face it, Simpson's talents pretty much begin and end right there), while corrupt honcho Boss Hogg (Burt Reynolds, who should know better) recruits a local NASCAR star to advance his wily scheme of converting Hazzard County into a strip mine. Director Jay Chandrasekhar (Super Troopers) manages to mine some good-natured humor from the movie's oval-track detour and a few colorful supporting players (notably Kevin Hefferman as the Duke's pal Sheev). Otherwise, consider yourself warned: The Dukes of Hazzard is shameless Hollywood product at its most forgettable, trafficking in shameless white, rural Southern stereotypes. If you can make itto the end, there's a blooper reel to reward your endurance. --Jeff Shannon

DVD features
Yes, the unrated edition of The Dukes of Hazzard has nudity... but no, it's not of Jessica Simpson, but topless sorority girls. There are also two sets--"PG-13" and "unrated"--of deleted scenes and bloopers. The four minutes of unrated deleted scenes (supplementing the 25 minutes of "PG-13" deleted scenes) include more sorority girls and a menage à trois for Johnny Knoxville . The five minutes of unrated bloopers (the same amount as the "PG-13" bloopers) feature a few more girls but mostly bad language. Featurettes discuss the Daisy Duke short shorts (and show how you can make your own), car stunts, and the making of the movie (narrated by a cast member of the original TV series). --David Horiuchi


Special Features

Additional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional Scenes: DVD contains both unrated and rated additional scenes Featurette: Featurettes include: Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts (Learn how they made the shorts so short and how to make your own); The General Lee Lives (A close look at the beloved car); How to Launch a Muscle Car 175 feet in 4 Seconds (How they pulled off such a large scale car jumping stunt) Gag Reel: DVD contains both unrated and rated gag reels Music Video: Jessica Simpson's sizzling "These Boots are Made for Walking" music video Other: The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes lookAdditional

Product Details

  • Actors: Johnny Knoxville, Seann Scott, Jessica Simpson, Burt Reynolds, Joe Don Baker
  • Directors: Jay Chandrasekhar
  • Writers: John O'Brien (Ii), Jonathan L. Davis
  • Producers: Bill Gerber, Eric McLeod, Dana Goldberg, Bruce Berman
  • Format: Dolby, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 4, 2007
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (278 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BKJ758
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,122 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Dukes of Hazzard (Unrated Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Stavy34 on June 24, 2011
Format: DVD
I grew up with and was a fan of the original television series so I gave this movie a try, and was incredibly disappointed. If it ain't broke don't fix it! "The Dukes of Hazzard Movie" is not good enough to be called bad. Every thing about this movie is horendous, the character portrayal, the storyline, the affects. My advice to anyone thinking about getting this movie is not to waste your time or money. Trust me is isn't worth it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Guy De Federicis on January 21, 2006
Format: DVD
If you used to say, you only watch this TV show because it's on before "Dallas",and you always watch Dallas, c'mon, fess up! You love "The Dukes of Hazzard". You love Daisy Duke, The General Lee, moonshine, Uncle Jesse, and you think the Waylon Jennings theme song is just about the best damn song ever written. You can name the character cousins who replaced Bo and Luke Duke during their brief contract dispute with CBS, (the question stumped me during a recent Trivial Pursuit bout). You said a silent prayer when you heard two of the series stunt drivers were killed during a filming of one of the episodes, ending with, 'that great dirt back road in the sky'. You owned a Dukes of Hazzard T-shirt, the board game, official '69 Charger model kit, and you periodically check the secondary market of your Dukes of Hazzard lunch box.

This movie loves the Dukes too. The cameras treat The General, that legendary orange '69 Charger, like a star in a fashion shoot, with long, loving, slow-motion shots and spectacular flying sequences, not only over country creeks, but highflying like a witch on a broom over highways in downtown Atlanta. Yee-Haw! There's more love here than a possum in springtime. A minor beloved character smiles directly into the camera after his bit, and who would have imagined that Daisy Duke's short shorts could become shorter? I can reluctantly admit that all essential characters, and then some, are accounted for, and the script is taken directly from episodes of the series, particularly the one about the successful hometown Hazzard boy who comes home to win the big race.

The movie Dukes are a little dumber than TV's clean-cut Bo and Luke.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tom Benton on January 16, 2006
Format: DVD
Not surprisingly, "The Dukes of Hazzard" bears little resemblance to the classic TV series on which it's based. Sean William Scott and Johnny Knoxville play cousins Bo and Luke Duke, who lose their brains from the TV show and become crazy young-'uns with raging hormones. The plot of this film involves Bo and Luke out to stop Boss Hogg (Burt Reynolds) from stripmining Hazzard. Also, Bo wants to win the Hazzard Racing Tournament for the 4th year, but faces tough competition from Billy Prickett (James Roday).

Let me start off by saying that fans of the TV show will no doubt be disappointed. The characters in this film bear little resemblance to those of the series. In the last few years, many TV shows have been remade as movies (namely "Charlie's Angels" and "Starsky & Hutch"), and while these remakes may have been entertaining, there's little resemblance to the series that they are based on. The key to enjoying these films is to seperate them from the TV series. I did that for "Dukes of Hazzard", and I had a great time.

The film has a great cast. Scott is very funny as Bo Duke. Michael Weston makes a very likable Enos. Burt Reynolds is enjoyable as Boss Hogg. Jessica Simpson is actually pretty good as Daisy Duke. Then we have the great Willie Nelson as Uncle Jessie, who is very funny in many of his scenes. Lynda Carter has a small part as a friend of the Duke family.

The script isn't top-notch, but who'd expect it to be? For that matter, who'd WANT it to be? This film can be summed up in three words: simple, silly fun. The script is fun. The cast is funny. There's a great soundtrack, including the classic "Good Ol' Boys" theme. And there's the General Lee.

If you're looking for a bright film, this would probably not be a wise choice. But if you're looking for a simple, fun film, this might be a good choice.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark on February 11, 2006
Format: DVD
Never before in my life have I wished that someone would shoot me until I watched this movie. There are way too many different plot lines to this movie, none more entertaining than the other. One of the questions I found myself asking was: Why would someone take a terrible television show and make it into a movie? Every actor in this movie gives the worst performance in his or her career, especially Jessica Simpson, whose Daisy Duke is the most over the top, albeit gorgeous, characters I have ever seen. The movie is filled with scenes of the Duke boys screaming at the top of their lungs, once again proving that neither of them could have possibly made it into middle school. The scene where they impersonate Japanese people is just plain laughable (not in a good way) and you have to wonder how the kid who believed them ever got into college. Willie Nelson's Uncle Jesse is one of the most annoying characters in modern cinema, telling terrible joke after terrible joke. Burt Reynolds was born to play the part of Boss Hogg and he drags the rest of the movie down to the lowest bowels of bad cinema. Please do not waste your time, effort, or money watching this movie. All of the copies of this movie should be burned in a bonfire. This is the absolute worst movie of the year, and definitely in the top five worst movies of the last ten years. Shame on all of the people that had a hand in this movie.
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