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Leonard, Part 6

3.5 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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Bill Cosby is a retired master secret agent-turned-restauranteur who suddenly finds himself in the midst of a perilous madcap action-adventure to save the world from lobsters, frogs, ostriches and other denizens of the animal kingdom. This comedic action-adventure co-stars Tom Courtenay, Joe Don Baker, Moses Gunn.

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  • Actors: Bill Cosby, Moses Gunn, Joe Don Baker, Tom Courtenay
  • Directors: Paul Weiland
  • Producers: Bill Cosby
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 26, 2005
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007SMGT8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,654 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Leonard, Part 6" on IMDb

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Leonard Pt. 6 is one of the single worst movies I have ever seen. That is what makes it so great. Low budget cable TV stations would probably choose to go off air instead of showing this garbage. But for some reason, I still enjoy watching this movie. For the balance between trash and enjoyment, I give it 3/5 stars.
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I first saw this movie when I was a kid...maybe 8 or 9. At that age you can't really distinguish good from bad movies, so I had no complaints. I didn't know that it had such a terrible reputation until recently though. I watched it again and I was amused that I remembered so much of the movie from when I was a kid. But yeah, I can see why Bill Cosby disowned it. However this movie will always hold a spot in my heart for sentimental reasons. :)
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I have seen a lot of trash cinema in my day, most of it poorly funded and made by people without much inherent talent. Neither is the case here, which is why "Leonard Part 6" is a painful embarrassment. It's a given that this is my least favorite Bill Cosby vehicle in history, but that it's also the worst Joe Don Baker film I've seen reveals more. Don't get me wrong, I like Joe Don Baker ("Mitchell!") and he's the best actor with the most nuanced performance here without question, but even his performance as Snyderburn can't save this mess.

The plot is about a megalomaniac vegetarian activist hiding out at her headquarters in the "International Tuna" building taking over the world by controlling animals. This sets up the hilarity for the protagonists to battle homicidally possessed but otherwise cute creatures (frogs, rabbits, lobsters, etc.) The film starts terribly (Cosby riding an ostrich anyone?) and quickly evolves to a death by hairball scene that you will not quickly forget. The whole mess is narrated by Leonard's butler, as it makes the unfolding continuity disaster easier to follow. I mean, how else could you rationalize Bill Cosby racing through the streets in a rocket-powered camouflaged Porsche with roof cannon confronting evil vegetarians and a hostile anteater segueing into a terrible modern dance spectacle? Along the way there's romance gone awry and righted, largely through the therapeutic application of a tureen of soup to Bill Cosby's suit and hair. (Seriously, how was the food on Cosby even supposed to be funny? Anyone?) But if that's not enough to keep your interest, how would like to see Bill Cosby perform surgery on himself? Sounds hilarious, right? No?
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If you like your cheese nice and moldy, try Bill Cosby's Leonard Part 6. Never has riding ostriches and evil vegetarian supervillianesses been so howlingly bad! So bad, Bill Cosby denounced it before it was released -- then went on to make Ghost Dad.

Oy.
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It's popular to call "Leonard Part 6" one of the worst movies ever made and it's certainly not a good movie, but it's far from the worst movie ever made.

The main problem with the movie is that the script is so disjointed. The main plot revolves around how ex-CIA-agent Leonard Parker, who now owns a restaurant, goes out of retirement to fight some killer animals controlled by the evil Medusa Johnson (entertainingly played by Gloria Foster (today better known as "The Oracle" in "The Matrix"). Then there's a subplot about how Leonard tries to reconcile with his wife who's left him, and there's a subplot that involes his daughter wanting to get married to a much older man and wanting to be an actress, so Leonard has to go see her show. All of this is more or less irrelevant to the main plot.

The main plot, then, is very silly but that's to be expected from a comedy. But it's only occasionally funny. There's a recurring joke about how Leonard's wife pours food on him that is just weird and hard to believe anyone would find funny. But still, the movie is watchable and certainly not as bad as, for example, Charlie's Angels. It's more on the level of "Spy Kids" (except for the disjointed plot). So Cosby fans may want to check it out, others needn't bother to seek it out, but it's not so bad it's not worth watching on TV if there's nothing better on.
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After reading the former reviews on this movie and finally seeing it after having it recommended by my dad...I was entirely unimpressed. Pretty silly, with a few slapstick gags, classic Cosby humor and an overall stupid feel. Still it's great for numbing the mind and will make you think, "Wow! I'm so glad I never have to deal with this sort of thing in real life!"
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Seven years after his retirement, Leonard Parker (Cosby) gets forced back into CIA service after an agent is assaulted and killed by a rogue rainbow trout. Turns out, a madwoman named Medusa (Gloria Foster) is controlling animals with a new technology and using them to commit crime the world over ... from her headquarters, The International Tuna Factory. Leonard is reluctant to re-enter the spy business at first, but after a failed attempt to reconnect with his estranged wife, he decides that his formidable fortune (turns out he's a famous San Francisco restaurateur) and hair-brained efforts at comedy would be better spent in pursuit of saving the world.

The supporting cast of characters is straight out of a poorly-written Dr. Seuss book. First off, there's the killer henchman Man Rey (David Maier) who has a penchant for saying "Quellish," the code word used to make his fish and frogs go for the kill. Second, there's a Romanian lady who lives in an Oakland "trailer park" and speaks absolutely no English ... or Romanian, for that matter. Leonard, however, goes to see her before every mission ... and she slaps him in the head a few times while spouting gibberish, then gives him various objects - hot dogs, ballet slippers, meat patties, and more.

Ya know what? I can't write anymore ... this movie's horrible. It's bordering on so-bad-it's-good, but not on the good-side ... it's strictly terrible, and at times, VERY FEW TIMES, it approaches something resembling a movie that's funny in a ironic way. If you like Cosby, you'll hate him after this. If you don't, whatever expectations you might've had for him and his brand of comedy will be shattered, as mine were. He actually helped to write this piece of garbage.
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