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McHale’s Navy - *

McHale’s Navy is yet another recycled sitcom turned feature film, and is about as appealing as a failed television pilot. Tom Arnold portrays Quentin McHale, a now retired Naval officer who makes a living providing contraband goods to the local … Continue reading

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Touch - *

Touch is an uneven satire that wastes a potentially intriguing topic. Bill Hill (Christopher Walken) is a con-artist preacher who had a successful practice in the south, but after moving to L.A., he has found himself reduced to selling RVs. … Continue reading

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Carpool - 1/2*

A rather inane and dull family comedy, Carpool is merely a bundle of chase cliches surrounded by unappealing characters. Daniel (David Paymer) is a harried and overworked ad executive, and on the most important day of his business life (these … Continue reading

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