What's most amusing about this so-called comedy is how aggressively unintelligent its humor is. I just sat there in awe as each frame filled with some obnoxious joke that wasn't even remotely accurate in what it was poking fun at. It felt like a bunch of uncultured middle-schoolers sat down in a room writing down every stereotype and deformation they could think of, without actually ever finding out the truth about the issues. And who wrote this shit-pile of a screenplay? None other than Rob Schneider himself (as well as the guys who wrote CORKY ROMANO... *shudder*). If you have any respect for poor ol' Rob (which is unlikely), go ahead and throw it out the window. He's unfunny, stupid, and annoying. Now Eddie Griffin, on the other hand, comes through in spades, delivering every stale joke with enough gusto to make you think it's actually funny. If (God forbid) they make another sequel, lets hope it consists of Griffin bitch-slapping Schneider for being such a lame human being (I would say "actor" or "comedian", but that's being a little too kind).
The Making of "Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo" (52:27): This fairly lengthy 2-part featurette contains plenty of on-set production footage spanning across a large portion of the shoot. Fans (if they're out there) should get a kick out of it.
The Casting Lounge (4:19): If you're like me and enjoy seeing girl's boobies, then you should enjoy this. A short featurette showing the casting of "that one girl with the wet T-shirt." The character had about five seconds of screen time. Hmmm...I wonder why they chose to showcase the casting of such a small role. Toughie, ain't it?
TJ's Float Crib (5:09): A not-so-interesting tour of the flooded boat from the film.
So You Want to be a Man-Whore (2:57): Four unfunny joke commercials advertising stuff like the "Cock Cleanser 3000" and other services. All of them are poorly made and written.
Comedy Central's Reel Comedy Special (21:11): An unnecessary making-of featurette made simply to promote the film on Comedy Central. Skip it.
A Burger and a Bentley (2:25): This extra includes a TV commercial for the film, as well as how it was made. The brief trailer parodies the Carl's Jr. ad with Paris Hilton, except instead of Paris, Ron's the one rubbing up against the car. What a riot...
Man-ho 101 (3:51): A dumb discussion of what some of sexual terms referenced in the film actually mean.
Deleted Scenes (4:56): There are two of them, neither of which are funny. To be honest, I'm surprised there weren't tons more.
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