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Delta Farce

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He stars as one of three numb-nuts Army reservists who end up in Mexico and think they're in Iraq. An unforeseen irony is that Larry and his idiot buddies make better combat decisions than the professional soldiers in "28 Weeks Later," which opened on the same weekend. "Delta Farce" is crude and makes fun of everyone "” Arabs, gays, Latinos and especially rednecks. It's actually more subversive this way than you'd ever expect.


Larry the Cable Guy may be an idiot, but Dan Whitney (the guy behind the character) sure isn't. I can't quite fully recommend this one, but I sure wish I could. PG-13


-Doug Bentin  


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