Big Stan (2007)

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A weak con man panics when he learns he's going to prison for fraud. He hires a mysterious martial arts guru who helps transform him into a martial arts expert who can fight off inmates who want to hurt or love him.

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  • Rob Schneider in Big Stan (2007)
  • Rob Schneider at an event for Big Stan (2007)
  • Rob Schneider and Jackson Rathbone in Big Stan (2007)
  • Rob Schneider at an event for Big Stan (2007)

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17 August 2008 | Gordon-11
A comedy that celebrates the good side of human nature
This film is about a swindler learning to be tough to prepare for gong to prison, and while in prison he creates a series of changes for the better.

Stan worries about being raped in prison, so he get a Kung Fu master to teach him martial arts to protect himself. In no time, he becomes the king in the prison, with the ability to command all the gangs. The plot is straightforward, simple and easy to digest. Three are many funny jokes and hilarious scenes. There are some gross humour, but they all stop before becoming cheap or disgusting. The best of all is the positive message about tolerance and acceptance. He manages to promote peace and unity in the prison, which is heartwarming and uplifting.

Rob Schneider should be commended for making this human and uplifting comedy. Just like his previous films, his characters have hilarious adventures, but in the end there is a touching message that brings out the good side of human nature. "Big Stan" is a warm and funny film. I recommend it.

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