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Is he a cable guy or a health inspector?,
This review is from: Larry the Cable Guy - Health Inspector (DVD)
To be fair, anyone reading this review should know that I was only able to sit through half of this movie. That is saying a lot seeing as I was able to sit through all of the train-wreck known as Manos, the Hands of Fate.
That being said, this movie isn't horrible: The acting is passable, the plot is... well, it exists, and the cinematography is decent. The reason it was so hard for me to sit through is that it is just so boring. The jokes in this movie are unoriginal, bland, and dry. To top it all off, they use the same jokes over and over. So, much so that it is hard for me to believe this thing needed a writer, all you'd have to do is just copy and paste "Larry farts then laughs wile everybody else acts disgusted" over and over and over and over again.
Larry, in contrast with his stage act, is very politically correct in this film. While there are characters with mental retardations, physical disabilities, etc., there aren't to many jokes aimed at them. They are more-or-less just there. In fact, Larry seems to be nicer to them than any other characters almost like he was trying to avoid being lampooned by critics for being insensitive.
If you are the type of person who can be entertained for an hour and a half by a 40-year-old guy farting and throwing some boring plot on top of it, then this movie is for you.