Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)

PG-13   |  Video   |    |  Adventure, Comedy


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Zach talks Ben into taking off time to go on an adventure of a lifetime. Our two fiends head out on the river, along with an uptight Brit to find Ben's long lost love.


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  • Amber McDonald and Madison Riley in Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)
  • Rik Young in Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)
  • Amber McDonald and Madison Riley in Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)
  • Amber McDonald and Madison Riley in Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)
  • Kristopher Turner and Oliver James in Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)
  • Kristopher Turner in Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)

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11 April 2017 | vchimpanzee
Not great but entertaining
I am aware this is a sequel.

But if you haven't seen that one, this is a fun movie. No one will win awards for acting, but Kristopher Turner is quite likable and Rik Young eventually shows he is more than just a spoiled brat, although he is quite appealing in a way from the time we meet him. Oliver James has kind of an uptight clueless quality but eventually shows us some degree of substance.

The guys learn a lot about each other, and this movie turns out to be more than just silly comedy.

The villains have a lot in common with The Three Stooges, which is good news for our heroes, but things do get kind of scary.

The girls are gorgeous and do an okay job of acting.

And what about the Sasquatch? Fans of football great Jerry Rice may be the only ones to appreciate him. He does not have a future as an actor.

One thing is certain: this movie hammers home a pro-environment message. The scenery is gorgeous like the girls, and the idea is to keep it that way.

Can the entire family enjoy it? Maybe. More cautious parents might not care for the suggestive dialogue, and it is implied the girls are more than just friends. On the other hand, there is more sexual humor that suggests otherwise. There is cartoon violence including the favorite type of fans of the longest-running show that had Tom Bergeron as a host. The difference is that it really does hurt and we see what happens afterward.

Also ridiculous: the animated squirrels. It's great work for those who produced them, but this movie is too naughty for the young children who might just be the only ones to enjoy their antics.

It's a fun adventure.

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