The Dukes of Hazzard (Unrated) [HD DVD]
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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:In-movie Experience The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes look
- Unrated version includes footage not seen in theaters
- In-movie experience: the folks who made the movie take you on a unique in-movie viewing experience
Top Customer Reviews
This is the story of Bo and Luke Duke, and yet another one of their misadventures running into Boss Hogg. You really need to see the original TV series to get this movie, but that's ok. We loved this show when I was a kid in the '80s, but I have to say that this movie barely captures any of what made the TV show great. The Duke boys are always running afoul of the law, but in a very innocent and justified way. They are moonshiners, and the only law enforcement out there to stop them is the far more corrupt Boss Hogg, and his band of crooked officers. This is another episode of JD Hogg trying to catch them, but Hogg is pulling yet another scam in which he seizes all of the farmland in a certain area of Hazzard County, including the Duke boys' farm. Why is he seizing all of this land? That's the mystery.
That is such a cool, tight plot that sounds so great, and plots like this were so great when this was a TV show, but like I said above, this movie fumbles most of the things that were handed to it by the TV show. The whole premise of the TV show was so cool as well: the Dukes were a couple of bad boy "Robin Hood" types that were on a rebellious, righteous crusade that allowed them to have blistering car chases and to fire off exploding arrows. They were rebellious, yet doing the right thing, and every episode plot was really tight and had a vivid and succinct feel to it. It had a storytelling that has been lost by 2015. Every TV show just feels sensationalist and CGI-ish by 2015, with bland characters and thin plot lines.
However, this movie adaptation largely falls flat. It wasn't a miserable failure, it's just that it under impressed.Read more ›
I loved the TV show & still do, but loyalty to that still doesn't demand my hatred for this waste of celluloid. It needs to be hated for SO MANY other reasons. Let's face it. Broken Lizard couldn't make a good film to save their lives. Club Dread was good (thanks to Jordan Ladd), but Super Troopers, that Puddle movie, & Dukes were all horrible pieces of... you know.
I can watch the General Lee race around all day & that's the only thing that kept me from yacking up my popcorn. Jessica Simpson... nice, but repeating everybody else that commented on this, she's no Daisy Duke. And what did Nancy Sinatra ever do to deserve her song being decimated?
There is hardly any funny moments in this movie. There is a cheap cameo of the "supertroopers" character and this felt like a Broken Lizard movie with all the actors; after all, the director is one of the Broken Lizard guys. Unfortunately, this movie was beginning to bore me and it's only 95 minutes. The only good scenes were the chases as you see some fantastic stunt driving and drifting.
This time I agree with the critics, this is a terrible TV remake!!
The stunts are cool and real, not that computer-animated crap. I LOVED that about the movie and watching the extras on how they did the car jumps was great. Obviously, my family liked the movie and we decided to buy it as a gift for our friends. Can't beat the price on here and the shipping was lightening fast with Prime.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty fun. Had some good moments. Pretty corny over all. But then, hey, it's Dukes of Hazard. What would you expect.Published 2 months ago by Scott Purcell
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