The Whole Ten Yards


Action / Comedy / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten4%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled40%
IMDb Rating5.41056538


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Bruce Willis as Jimmy
Amanda Peet Photo
Amanda Peet as Jill
Natasha Henstridge Photo
Natasha Henstridge as Cynthia
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906 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 3 / 11
1.82 GB
English 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 0 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by The_Void6 / 10

Far from brilliant; but fun despite being superfluous

I found The Whole Nine Yards to be a surprisingly fun film, which worked thanks to its engaging plot and interesting characters. One thing I didn't think the film needed was a sequel; but I decided to sit down and watch it anyway, and to my surprise; it's a lot better than I thought it would have been. I can certainly understand why it hasn't received glowing praise; as many of the jokes are recycled and the whole film does feel like an excuse to give the likes of Mathew Perry something to do. That being said, original script writer Mitchell Kapner has managed to put together a film that makes good use of its absurd plot and characters, and somehow manages to be enjoyable despite feeling completely superfluous. The plot this time starts when Oz's wife Cynthia is kidnapped by a Hungarian mob boss. Oz decides to contact Jimmy the Tulip; Cynthia's ex-husband and hit man to help get his wife back from the mob. Along with Jimmy's wife and aspiring assassin, Jill, the trio attempt to thwart the mob boss, and help Oz get Cynthia back.

Just like the first film, this one relies on the talents of its lead stars to pull it through. Matthew Perry's wisecracks are mostly amusing, and he is in his element the wrong guy in the wrong place at the wrong time. Amanda Peet is still naive, and sexy, as the aspiring assassin; while Bruce Willis sleepwalks in a role that is a spoof of what he's used to doing. Kevin Pollack chews the scenery with his silly accent, but provides some laughs; and just like the first film, Natasha Henstridge is the spare wheel. The plot isn't very well done, as it mostly features the lead stars hanging around and waiting for someone to shoot at them; so it can become a bit boring. However, the film is never far away from a one-liner or comedic set piece to keep it moving and there are a number of big laughs. Sequels like this often don't work; Ocean's Twelve being the case in point, but I'm pleased to say that The Whole Ten Yards isn't a complete waste of time as it delivers what you would expect of it. It's not particularly deep or clever, but the film offers a fun time and the ending is rather well done.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird4 / 10

A disappointment

As a sequel to The Whole Nine Yards, this film was a disappointment. Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry reunite as the retired Mafia Hit-man and the nervy dentist, as does Amanda Peet as the aspiring hit woman. The thing is this time around the acting wasn't that great. Willis is usually good with comic timing but it isn't there here, while Peet looks bored. Only Perry really stands out, his slapstick schtick makes me want to watch an episode of Friends pretty much.

The film is stylishly shot, and has a good soundtrack, and there is evidence of some solid pacing. However, the plot is very contrived, the direction haphazard and the script weak. So overall, this film was a disappointment, it wasn't completely awful but I would be lying if I said it was great. 4/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho7 / 10

A Very Funny Sequel of "The Whole Nine Yards"

The Hungarian mobster Lazlo (Kevin Pollak) is released from the penitentiary after serving his sentence. He kidnaps Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge),the wife of the dentist Oz (Matthew Perry),trying to reach Jimmy (Bruce Willis),who is calmly living in Mexico with his wife Jill (Amanda Peet). I liked this sequel of "The Whole Nine Yards": I found it very funny, I laughed a lot and I found this movie very underrated in IMDb. The chemistry among the wonderful cast works perfectly, highlighting the scenes with Matthew Perry, who is one of the best comedians of the cinema industry. In the end, "The Whole Ten Yards" is a great comedy without having any further pretension. It is recommended to see "The Whole Nine Yards" before watching this sequel, since there are many references to situations in the first movie. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): This DVD has not been released in Brazil yet.

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