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The Whole Ten Yards
- 1h 38m
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This sequel to the $55 million-plus box-office success is written by Mitchell Kapner ("Romeo Must Die") and directed by Howard Deutch ("Grumpier Old Men," "The Great Outdoors," TV's "Gleason"). Retired hitman Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski is spending his days compulsively cleaning his house and perfecting his culinary skills when he's pulled back into the mayhem by the return of Oz begging for Jimmy's help in rescuing his wife from the Hungarian mob. The returning all-star cast includes box-office champ Bruce Willis, Emmy-nominated Matthew Perry, Kevin Pollak ("Grumpier Old Men," "The Usual Suspects"), Natasha Henstridge ("Species I & II," "Ghosts of Mars") and Amanda Peet ("Something's Gotta Give," "Changing Lanes") in the continuing comedic saga of the mob hit man and the dentist next door.
© 2004 MHF Zweite Academy Film GmbH and Co. KG and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: A strained, laugh-free sequel, The Whole Ten Yards recycles its predecessor's cast and plot but not its wit or reason for being.
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Common Sense Says
This appalling mess of a movie just isn't funny.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Whole Ten Yards is quite violent, with characters who are hired assassins. There is fighting and gunplay and characters are shot and killed. Some of this is intended to be humorous. Characters use strong language and drink, including getting drunk. This is supposed to be humorous. Characters use strong language. There are sexual references and situations, including off-screen sex vividly portrayed through sound and two naked men waking up in bed together wondering what happened. This is supposed to be humorous. It isn't.
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- Genre:Drama, Comedy
- Release Date:April 9, 2004
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD