The Whole Ten Yards (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Thriller


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Jimmy the Tulip's (Bruce Willis) quiet new life is shaken up by his old pal Oz (Matthew Perry), whose wife (Natasha Henstridge) has been kidnapped by a Hungarian mob. The Tulip and his wife Jill (Amanda Peet) spring into action.


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20 August 2006 | Sully320
4
| A big disappointment
I really liked the Whole Nine Yards. Perhaps a little overdone, but very enjoyable. And Natasha Henstridge was gorgeous! The Whole Ten Yards was a disappointment. The plot was a retread, and the chemistry between Jimmy and Oz was watered down from the first movie. And as others have pointed out, Bruce Willis' crying was both poorly done and poorly conceived. Also, Jimmy's rotten behavior towards Oz and his wife was so out of character from what was established in the first movie, and his bizarre behavior in the beginning was inadequately justified. Furthermore, Kevin Pollack was more incomprehensible in this movie than in the previous one, which is saying something. I actually regretted seeing this movie, because it to some extent spoiled the nice feeling I got from watching the first one.

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