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The Dukes of Hazzard (24-Jun-2005)

Director: Jay Chandrasekhar

Writers: Jonathan Davis; Kevin Heffernan; Steve Lemme; John O'Brien; Paul Soter; Erik Stolhanske

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Moonshine, Archery, Explosions

Film adaptation of the television series of the same name follows the adventures of a group of wild Southerners and their beloved car.

Adapted from the long-running CBS television series of the same name, The Dukes of Hazzard follows Hazzard County, Georgia cousins Bo and Luke Duke, uncle Jesse, and bombshell cousin Daisy as they operate a moonshining business and roll around in their beloved "General Lee" Dodge Charger, running into trouble with sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane and working to foil corrupt county commissioner "Boss" Hogg's plans to steal the family farm out from under them.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joe Don Baker
12-Feb-1936   Walking Tall
Lynda Carter
24-Jul-1951   Wonder Woman
Jay Chandrasekhar
Film Director
9-Apr-1968   Super Troopers
M. C. Gainey
18-Jan-1948   Sideways
Johnny Knoxville
11-Mar-1971   MTV Jackass
David Koechner
24-Aug-1962   SNL alumnus, character actor
Willie Nelson
Country Musician
30-Apr-1933   The red-headed stranger
Andrew Prine
14-Feb-1936   Gettysburg
Burt Reynolds
11-Feb-1936 6-Sep-2018 Moustached Cannonball Run actor
James Roday
4-Apr-1976   Shawn Spencer on Psych
Seann William Scott
3-Oct-1976   American Pie
Jessica Simpson
10-Jul-1980   MTV Newlyweds
Rip Taylor
13-Jan-1934   Walking confetti fountain


Review by Nic (posted on 27-Sep-2005)

This movie was entertaining at times, but it failed to funny, as it failed to do a lot of other things. This movie proves that Jessica Simpson should stick to her day job, and would be nothing without Seann William Scott's funny one-liners. I went to this movie expecting a non-stop laughfest, instead I got a crapfest, full of jokes that are not funny, and singers who just can't act (Jessica Simpson, Willie Nelson). I'm not saying the movie was bad, but it was sure close to it. It's a sad excuse to drive fast cars and blow stuff up.

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