Ernest in the Army (1998)

PG   |    |  Family, Comedy


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Ernest joins the Army reserves so he can drive the bigrigs, but ends up being sent into combat!


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Director:

John R. Cherry III

Writers:

Jeffrey Pillars (screenplay), Joseph Dattorre (screenplay), John R. Cherry III (story)

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22 May 2002 | Agent10
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| Give it up John Cherry!
After watching Ernest Goes to Africa, I never felt another Ernest movie would come out. What a visceral surprise to see this movie on the video shelves. Moronic and only occasionally funny, I was surprised they didn't do an Ernest in Space or something like that. Jim Varney should have stepped in and said something before this movie was made. I mean, if he was that hard up for money, why couldn't he ask the loyal Ernest fans of the world to help him. A sad pitiful chapter in the life of Ernest P. Worrel.

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