Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo

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A silly comedy that’s not that bad, but not that good is Deuce Bigalow. In this nonsensical film a fish doctor named Deuce Bigalow, played by Rob Schneider, is invited to the beautiful home of a male gigolo named Antoine to examine an exotic fish that was very sick. Deuce tells Antoine that the fish needs attention every day for in order to survive. Antoine is concerned because he was leaving for Europe and would not return for three weeks so he asks Deuce if he will stay at the house and take care of the fish. As soon as Deuce has the house to himself, women begin calling and offering him money for a “date.” Now, Deuce is nothing to look at, but when the lights go out – he’s still nothing to look at. But that’s okay because the ladies he “sees” are not ordinary women. There is a 400 pound black woman, a woman over 7 feet tall, a girl with Tourrettes Syndrome, and a woman with narcolepsy. Although these women may be physically or mentally challe nged, they are not intellectually challenged like Deuce. When Deuce takes the ladies out, he finds out they don’t need a gigolo, they just need someone to talk with. In my opinion, a therapist may have also helped. The run time for this movie was fine at just over one and a half hours. In fact, if it would have lasted any longer, I may have needed a therapist myself. This film consists of slapstick comedy, toilet humor, and light entertainment. I don’t think we have to worry about Deuce Bigalow winning any academy awards. I give it a C rating.

This movie has been given an R rating by the MPAA

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