Review Date: January 04, 1999
Director: David Zucker
Writer: D. Zucker, R. LoCash, L. Friedman, J. Wright
Producers: David Zucker, Robert LoCash, Gil Netter
Also, if you're a fan of TV's "South Park", I'm sure you'll want to see it for the big-screen debut of the creators of that show, Stone and Parker, who actually work perfectly in this film, and really seem at ease and very natural before the camera. So if you don't think the premise of this movie is cute, and you don't care for either one of these two individuals, I suggest you skip this hit-and-miss comedy, and check out the funnier THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY. Also, keep in mind that most of the humor in this film is based in the pool of "stupid humor", which I personally enjoy, but others might not. All in all, a so-so time at the videostore. By the way, if you do get to see this film on video, there are about 15 minutes worth of outtakes at the end of the film, which you could definitely skip out on. They are absolutely NOT FUNNY, and actually carved away from the little smile that I had at the end of the movie. Dude, why would you even put those unfunny outtakes there to begin with? Dude? Duuuuuuuuude ????