The Whole Ten YardsAfter faking his death, former killer-for-hire Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski retires to Mexico with his new wife, while his ex-wife settles down with Nicholas 'Oz' Oseransky, Jimmy's old pal. Jimmy's life is shaken up by Oz when his wife has been kidnapped by a Hungarian mob...
Actors of "The Whole Ten Yards"
Characters of "The Whole Ten Yards"
Directors of "The Whole Ten Yards"Howard DeutchBirthdate: 14 September 1950, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "The Whole Ten Yards"Mitchell Kapner
Critic Reviews of "The Whole Ten Yards"Chicago ReaderJanuary 08, 2007
Every joke is stretched to the breaking point, and no one seems to be having any fun.ReelViewsApril 17, 2004
Inconsistencies in tone are minor when compared to the confusion created by the editor's butchery.Village VoiceApril 13, 2004
A heavily made up Kevin Pollak -- (over)playing a Hungarian gangster -- best sums up the mood: 'Thees ees reminding me of my favoreet soup opera.'Ebert & RoeperApril 12, 2004
... an utter disaster.Washington PostApril 09, 2004
Will go anywhere for a gag.Washington PostApril 09, 2004
Leaden, laugh-free, lacking anything resembling a heart, mind or soul.Common Sense MediaDecember 29, 2010
This appalling mess of a movie just isn't funny.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
Unfunny, badly acted, and made solely for the purposes of big paychecks this film is just utterly embarrassing and nonsensical. This is mindless drivel, without being able to call itself a guilty pleasure.ColeSmithey.comApril 19, 2009
Proof that most sequels should be avoided, "The Whole Ten Yards" vaporizes the humor of its superior 1999 precursor.Urban CinefileOctober 18, 2008
Mostly overacted and overblown, the script tries to make 'outlandish' into outrageous but hardly ever manages it. Missing is the element of some discernible sense of reality that is essential to black comedy.Empire MagazineApril 01, 2006
The script is so bland it barely musters a whole ten laughs.Zertinet MoviesOctober 05, 2005
While most sequels have nowhere to go, this sequel has nowhere it wants to go, and while most movie failures are unoriginal, this mess is simply uninspired.
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