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The Dukes of Hazzard (Unrated) [HD DVD]

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Action Comedy based on the hit television series that ran from 1979-85. Set in present day, The Dukes of Hazzard follows the adventures of "good old boy" cousins Bo (Seann William Scott) and Luke (Johnny Knoxville) Duke, who with the help of their eye-catching cousin Daisy (Jessica Simpson) and moonshine-running Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson), try and save the family farm from being destroyed by Hazzard County's corrupt commissioner Boss Hogg (Burt Reynolds). Their efforts constantly find the "Duke Boys" eluding authorities in "The General Lee," their famed 1969 orange Dodge Charger that keeps them one step ahead of the dimwitted antics of the small southern town's Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane (M.C. Gainey).

DVD 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:In-movie Experience The Hazards of Dukes - Behind the scenes look
Theatrical Trailer


Special Features

  • 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

Product Details

  • Actors: Seann William Scott, Johnny Knoxville, Jessica Simpson, Alice Greczyn, Steve Lemme
  • Directors: Jay Chandrasekhar
  • Writers: Gy Waldron, John O'Brien, Jonathan L. Davis
  • Producers: Bill Gerber, Bruce Berman, Dana Goldberg, Eric McLeod
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 11, 2006
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (334 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000E5KJGG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,496 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Dukes of Hazzard (Unrated) [HD DVD]" on IMDb

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Let me be clear: I'm giving this 2.5 stars instead of 3.

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.
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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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This movie has virtually *nothing* to do with the original TV show. Yes, there is the car, the General Lee. Yes, all of the names are correct (Bo, Luke, Daisy, Boss Hogg, Hazzard County, etc.), but the similarities basically stop there. In fact, virtually everything else depicted in the movie is basically the exact *opposite* of the TV show. It's as if everything that made the TV show so fun was turned around and turned on its head, not in some comedic send off to the original TV show, but as an utter rejection and undoing of the original TV show.

It is painfully obvious that the writer(s), producer(s), and director of this movie either didn't know anything about the original TV show or they don't care.

But I have a partial theory as to what may have happened. I'm guess that the writer(s)/producer(s) and director started off with *no basic knowledge of the original TV show*. Someone or someones at Warner Bros ordered them to make a Dukes of Hazzard movie, and so the writer(s)/producer(s)/directed said to each other, "We'd better familiarize ourselves with this show so we can make a movie somewhat faithful to the original TV show."

What I think they did next was that they started from the beginning, grabbed Season 1 of the Dukes of Hazzard, and watched the first few episodes or so. Then they said, "Ah, we know what this show is about!" and then they proceeded to make a movie. BIG MISTAKE. HUGE MISTAKE. COLOSSAL MISTAKE. Now, I don't know for sure that this is what happened, but all the evidence seems to fit.

Why do I say this? Because the first several episodes of the Dukes of Hazzard are *very, very, very different* from the remaining 6 and a half seasons of what made this show so fun and beloved.
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When this came out in theaters didn't see it. When this came out on DVD, didn't see it. Fast forward quite a few years I decided to purchase it here for a penny, before shipping, and finally saw it, yeah, it's not good.
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This movie missed the mark. Its got some funny parts, but the only really funny parts are the Broken Lizard cameos. Jay Chandasakar directed this movie so he found a way to get all of the Broken Lizard actors involved.
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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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