Dimension Films | Release Date: July 27, 2007
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Generally unfavorable reviews based on 36 Ratings
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jerrykAug 4, 2007
Effective use of N-word. Fat guy is the new Charleton Heston. Why didn't they bust a cap in the child molester guy?
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RayofLiteAug 2, 2007
Will win the Best Picture Oscar, hands down. A sophisticated portrait of competition and the emotional scars one gains and suffers from conflict. A thoroughly engrossing and illuminative piece of film. Ranks among the top ten movies of the Will win the Best Picture Oscar, hands down. A sophisticated portrait of competition and the emotional scars one gains and suffers from conflict. A thoroughly engrossing and illuminative piece of film. Ranks among the top ten movies of the decade, if not the century. A meditation on the horror of losing, or even at times, winning. This will be remembered for years to come. The theatre applauded nonstop for thirty minutes after the credits rolled. A+. 10 stars. The absolute finest that cinema has to offer these days or any day. Expand
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ABAug 26, 2007
Few movies are as free of comedy as "Who's Your Caddy?" The film is an offensive, stereotypical, predictable, and forgettable tirade that any viewer should skip. The fact that people actually watched this film is more comedic than the Few movies are as free of comedy as "Who's Your Caddy?" The film is an offensive, stereotypical, predictable, and forgettable tirade that any viewer should skip. The fact that people actually watched this film is more comedic than the movie itself. Expand
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RobertC.Aug 2, 2007
You know, at the theater that I work at, you know how many people saw this out of four showtimes? FOUR. That's it. And you know who they were? An old white couple and two old white women. Talk about a complete failure to connect to your You know, at the theater that I work at, you know how many people saw this out of four showtimes? FOUR. That's it. And you know who they were? An old white couple and two old white women. Talk about a complete failure to connect to your audience, and a complete failure to achieve anything resembling comedy. Expand
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oscar52Feb 25, 2012
An instantly forgettable movie. I can't stand those characters who were just loafing around and making offensive, sick jokes. How this stuff can be a movie? Conclusion: Epic fail.
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ScottM.Sep 4, 2007
Ray of lite makes me laugh.
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