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Toilet humor proudly descends to new depths in the sequel to the original Rob Schneider vehicle. The film opens with Deuce Bigalow (Schneider) at the beach doing research on fish, where he is bullied by a couple of kids. The situation quickly escalates into a catastrophe involving elderly blind people and dolphins. So when he gets a call from an old friend, T.J. Hicks (Eddie Griffin, MY BABY'S DADDY), with an invitation to join him in Amsterdam, Deuce deems it wise to accept. Accompanied by the prosthetic leg of his recently deceased bride (she was eaten by a shark on their honeymoon), Deuce shows up in Europe only to find that a mysterious killer is knocking off the city's man-whores. Worse, T.J. is implicated, so Deuce is forced to go undercover and search for the killer on his own, hoping to clear his friend's name. He suspects the killer is a woman, and so he has a string of flawed dates--a woman with a penis for a nose, one with massive ears, and a hunchback, among others. Along the way Deuce makes ...
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CastJeroen Krabbé
DirectorMike Bigelow
Release Date:  2005
MPAA Rating:  R
DVD Release Date:  Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (November 29, 2005)
Runtime:  1hr 23min
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review by . August 11, 2005
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Pros: Very Funny.     Cons: No Story, may be to crude for some.     The Bottom Line: If you do not mind the crudeness, this is a blast.     Europe, the very name brings up images of rich traditions centuries old, stunning architecture, cuisine, art, and of course culture and sophistication. Europe has endured wars, plagues, and hordes of unruly soccer fans and has remained intact, but perhaps its greatest challenge is about to arrive in …
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