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The Whole Ten Yards
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Directed By
Howard Deutch

Written By:
Mitchell Kapner

Cast:
Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry, Kevin Pollak, Amanda Peet, Natasha Henstridge, Frank Collison, Johnny Messner, Silas Weir Mitchell, Tasha Smith, Johnny Williams, McNally Sagal, Carlos Zapata, Elisa Gallay, Tallulah Belle Willis, George Zapata, Carlos Zapata

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The Whole Ten Yards (2004)
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Movie Review by Seth C
October 22nd, 2006

"The Whole Ten Yards" is a continuation of a story that never needed to be told in the first place.

This film is a muddle that is not entertaining, nor funny, but then again neither was the original, "The Whole Nine Yards." Yet where "Nine Yards" had some shallow points of originality, "Ten Yards" tries to pull something out of an already empty and dry barrel. The writer of this clutter is George Gallo who gave us the first "Bad Boys" film and the classically dull, butt of all Nic Cage jokes, "Trapped In Paradise." If Gallo never writes another film in his lifetime, I may just go to my grave happy.

The only entertaining person/thing in "Ten Yards" is it's star, Matthew Perry, however his humor in this film is harder to find that what his career might be after the ending of his hit sitcom "Friends" later on this year. "Ten Yards" also stars Bruce Willis, who should only be allowed to star as every man's idol John McClane in the "Die Hard" films until the day he dies. Amanda Peet also returns for "Ten Yards," however unlike in the original, she stays fully clothed for this one - Bummer, huh?

Maybe an unbare Peet is why "The Whole Ten Yards" fails so miserably. Then again maybe it's just because the film completely stinks. Usually with sequels or continuations that seem more of the same, I would just advise you to save your time and see the original. With the "Whole" saga, however, I ask you to please just safe your time.

- SCF / April 2004

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