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Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector
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Written By:
James Greer, Jonathan Bernstein

Joanna Cassidy, David Koechner, Joe Pantoliano, Tony Hale, Larry the Cable Guy, Thomas F. Wilson, Lisa Lampanelli, Brooke Dillman, Bruce Bruce, Iris Bahr, Iris Bahr, Megyn Price

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Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector (2006)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
June 6th, 2008

Dickweed. Dickweed. Dickweed!

There was absolutely no way that I was going to approach this film as a comedy. Anyone who dresses like Larry the Cable Guy cannot possibly be funny. Pathetic? yes, I'll give you that, but not funny.

I saw that it was filmed in Orlando and it was about a Florida Health Inspector. So, I looked upon it as a documentary about checking out all those folks that sell boiled peanuts on the side of the road. Have you seen those things? People actually put them in their mouth! 89 minutes of farting, bathroom jokes, and a whole bunch of derogatory remarks about women, those with developmental disabilities, gays and lesbians, you get it. This is the same thing that you find in the small minds of people who watch NASCAR. I am sure they are the biggest fans of this movie. Not one laugh in 89 minutes.

Ties with Beerfest as one of the lamest excuses for use of film stock that I have ever experienced.

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