The Whole Ten Yards

2004

Comedy / Crime

2
IMDb Rating 5.5

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Kristine 7

After the fun time I had watching The Whole Nine Yards, I was looking forward to seeing The Whole Ten Yards. But I watched it last night and I was pretty much disappointed with where they took the story. It just seemed like they took the characters and turned them into something completely different. For me, I&#39;m such a Bruce Willis fan, so when I saw him growing and acting like a bull while he was drunk in one scene, I didn&#39;t laugh, I actually wanted to cry for him, it was pretty pathetic what they did to this cool, smooth, charismatic hit man that we knew and loved in the first film. The script and story was just up to par like the first film was, in fact, I would&#39;ve appreciated it if they just left The Whole Nine Yards alone if they really felt like this one had a chance for a great comedy.<br/><br/>Jimmy has changed from this tough guy hit man to a Martha Stuart and Jill is not happy with it. Oz and Cynthia are in a quiet life in hiding from the gangsters. Lazlo is out of prison and wants revenge, so he &quot;kidnaps&quot; Cynthia and now Jimmy, Jill, and Oz get together to save her only to find out there are more twists and turns than they expected. But Jimmy has to go deep back into his roots of being the tough guy, not Mr. Clean.<br/><br/>Now don&#39;t get me wrong, The Whole Ten Yards has a few laughs here and there, but for the most part I just actually felt bad for Bruce Willis with the silly attempt to be a soft like Martha Stuart type of guy, he&#39;s just such a great tough guy, it&#39;s hard to see him as anything else. Matthew Perry wasn&#39;t as fun as he was in the first movie and neither was Amanda, it just seems like everyone lost their magic and chemistry with each other in this film. I really wish that I loved this film, but I&#39;m having a hard time, I&#39;m sorry.<br/><br/>4/10

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Reviewed by Lucas Ellis 4

When Oz&#39;s (Matthew Perry) new wife Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge) is captured by the mob, he is no one else to turn to but his old friend Jimmy the Tulip (Bruce Willis). Teaming up with Jimmy and his new wife (Amanda Peat), Oz experiences another crime filled adventure with the mob.<br/><br/>Although not nearly as funny or as exciting as the original, The Whole Ten yards will surely entertain?for the most part. About half of the movie is clever and entertaining and would have deserved my recommendation, but the twist at the end is terrible and made the movie seem worthless. After the twist, follows a ridiculous display of events that are horrible, making the movie in my opinion a failure but still not absolutely terrible. Overall, the movie follows in the footsteps of an entertaining comedy but falls short of what could have been.<br/><br/>I do not recommend this film.

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Reviewed by Frank Rizzo 3

The Whole Ten Yards (2004) is a comedy dead zone. You watch in complete disbelief as scenes appear on the screen and die. Every moment in this movie, begs for a single laugh, and it&#39;s as if the actors- -some who were all so promising in the original film, The Whole Nine Yards (2000)- -were promised big paychecks if they were able to tag along with the film&#39;s script.<br/><br/>The Whole Ten Yards assumes that the viewer has some familiarity with the first movie. Bruce Willis returns as Jimmy &quot;The Tulip&quot; Tudeski, who&#39;s now living in obscurity with his wife, Jill (Amanda Peet). Both are having problems in their marriage due to (a) Jimmy&#39;s erectile dysfunction, (b) Jill&#39;s inability to fulfill her lifelong ambition to become a contract killer and (c) Jimmy&#39;s transformation into a male-like Martha Sterwart.<br/><br/>Meanwhile Nicholas &quot;Oz&quot; Oseransky&#39;s (Matthew Perry) finds that goons have kidnapped his wife, Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge), and that they are led by Lazlo Gogolak (Kevin Pollak), the father of the mob boss (also played by Pollak in the original), who was eliminated in the original film. Oz tracks down Jimmy and convinces his old pal to give up cooking and house cleaning and help him in a rescue attempt.<br/><br/>Warner Bros. has been unsuccessful in making mobster-comedy movie sequels. Analyze This (1999) was a funny film, but the idea to make a sequel was unnecessary. The sequel, Analyze That (2002), was an attempt to stretch an idea beyond its natural shelf life.<br/><br/>But you have to wonder why the filmmakers felt it was a good move to make a sequel to The Whole Nine Yards, or why Matthew Perry, who is playing Chandler (from &quot;Friends&quot;) again, is unlikely to have a movie career, and why the film has been toned down to a PG-13 rating (the film cheats us of another view of Peet&#39;s breasts).<br/><br/>Screenwriter George Gallo, on the DVD commentary, evidently has no regrets. &quot;I think this movie is very funny,&quot; he insists, &quot;I wrote 80 pages of genius.&quot; Apparently the scathing reviews and paltry box office have done little to humble him, as he adds, &quot;It&#39;s like a homicidal Three Stooges.&quot; <br/><br/>When Hollywood lackluster sequels are meant to be made, Howard Deutch is the man to call. He&#39;s responsible for Neil Simon&#39;s The Odd Couple II (1998) and Grumpier Old Men (1995). Deutch has also directed John Hughes-produced film such as The Great Outdoors (1988), Pretty in Pink (1986), and Some Kind of Wonderful (1987). <br/><br/>In The Whole Ten Yards, there is a scene that makes a reference to Hughes&#39; Planes, Tranes &amp; Automobiles (1987), but let&#39;s just say that it was more funnier when Steve Martin and John Candy did it.<br/><br/>But, if you don&#39;t laugh at that, there&#39;s Kevin Pollack (again) in one of the most singularly bad performances I have ever seen in a movie. It fails by calling attention to its awfulness. His accent, his voice, his clothes, his clownish makeup all conspire to create a character who brings the movie to a halt every time he appears on the screen.<br/><br/>There&#39;s also the propensity of a 107-year old woman able to pass gas. Surely by now, you must be rolling in the aisles? No? Then, I will mention that Bruce Willis&#39; character is often unpleasant. He puts on an apron and a head cloth during the early scenes, as if such a disguise would do anything other than call attention to himself.<br/><br/>Deutch, on the DVD commentary, is quietly apologetic as he points out all the things he wished he&#39;d changed. &quot;I was always sorry we didn&#39;t cut this out, &quot; he says of one scene, &quot;I think the joke is over.&quot; And I should mention that some of the film&#39;s elements such as the film&#39;s violence (for example, a scene where a woman gets a slap to the face) don&#39;t blend well with the film&#39;s light &quot;comedy.&quot; And if you&#39;re planning on seeing or watching The Whole Ten Yards someday, let me tell you, it&#39;s not worth seeing for a whole ten bucks on the big screen.

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