A movie review written by Lee Sonogan
1h28min (2007) Comedy, sport
Rod Kimble: I used to be legit. I was too legit. I was too legit to quit. but now I’m not legit. I’m unlegit. And for that reason, I must quit.
Using that quote from above this time from the original source, in my opinion, this is a comedy underrated film. And the best humorous performance I’ve seen of Andy Samberg other them some of his songs. The Lonely Island takes this movie and makes it random in a good way while parodying stuntman everywhere. Even far to say that this is a cult classic for more people than just me.
Surely a love it or hate it vibe, I will explain why you should give it a chance. The expected goofiness is well done also pulling off some charm. Dialogue is enough well-timed to keep you engaged. Characters such as Danny McBride, Bill Hader and Ian McShane get brutal! Then you could compare the overall plot to The Jerk meets Billy Madison but even better.
Writing-wise many jokes deliver to a point where I have to recommend it to you guys. It is not overly a thinker and gives you entertainment altogether. Do not listen to the negative reviews as the positive ones are more accurate in convincing you to consume it. In conclusion, I was not disappointed so judge it for yourself.
Rod Kimble: Have fun being married to SATAN!
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