#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Irreverent as ever, Larry The Cable Guy plays a big city health inspector who’s happy with his usual beat of greasy spoon diners and low-rent ethnic restaurants. His easygoing life is turned upside-down when he’s saddled with a straight-arrow rookie partner (Iris Bahr) and assigned the biggest case of his career: investigating an outbreak of mysterious food poisonings at the city’s swankiest restaurants. Infuriating restaurateurs with his bad manners, Larry still manages to charm a sweet, shy waitress (Megyn Price) into a budding romance. But when his unorthodox methods cost him his job, Larry has to go undercover to bring the conspirators to justice and ‘Git-R-Done!’
Plot: A slovenly cable repairman becomes a big-city health inspector and is tasked with uncovering the source of a food poisoning epidemic.
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1.4 Rating for this movie is being very generous
I saw this movie with my wife, 12 year old daughter & 13 year old son, it was on a Monday and there were 8 people total in the theater! (Should have been my first clue). The toilet humor was over done, while at times it fit the storyline, pissing in the shower was a little overboard and unnecessary. I loved Larry and gang on the Blue Comedy Tours, but this was raw sewage.
All the funny lines were in the T.V. commercial!
I did notice a major blooper. During one fresh scene (next day) and the few that followed it, the shirt of Tom Wilson had a large, wet stain on the pocket of his shirt – how did it get there and did we miss a cutting room floor funny?
An Ernest P. Worrell for the 21st Century ?
I played on a Baptist College baseball team over twenty years ago with Dan “Larry the Cable Guy” Whitney. Even back then he was only a part- time pitcher but a full time clown. I wish he had shifted his focus and concentrated more on his curve ball. If he had then perhaps we would have been spared his first feature length film—“Larry the Cable Guy Health Inspector”.
As a “starter” project this movie echoes the transitions made by other comedians– most notably Jim Carrey (Ace Ventura -Pet Detective) and less notably Rob Schneider (Deuce Bigelow-Male Gigolo). However Dan’s talent is probably better compared to the late Jim Varney and his alter ego– “Ernest P. Worrell”. Still, I can much more appreciate Varney’s eccentric talents than Dan’s stubborn assault on our sensibilities by offering repeated renditions of a stock version of a crude redneck character(or has he broadened this into being somehow representative of “blue collar crude” in an effort to pull some of the population living north of the Ohio River into this movie’s prospective demographic?)
In “Health Inspector” Dan manages to exhaust most of the material found in his stand up routine. He also comes up with some new bits- most of which are only incidental variations on his old bits. It’s true that he does break some new ground also. We get to see Larry in love through an indirect appeal to pathos. But the sum total of this film, in the end, is that it serves as little more than a woeful compilation of “Larry’s the Cable Guy’s” rather sloppy rise into the national consciousness.
The touchstone for deciding whether or not you should give “Health Inspector” a chance can be found in Dan’s signature stage utterance—“Git r Done”. If the humor buried in that expression appeals to you —then by all means check out the movie. But if the phrase leaves you lost, cold and empty—you had best give the film a pass. For my part, I have never been able to translate “Git r Done” into anything that quite registers as “funny” on my tired brain. But I still went and saw the show anyway. After all, like I said –I used to play ball with this guy in school.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Trent Cooper
Writer Jonathan Bernstein, James Greer
Actors Larry the Cable Guy, David Koechner, Michael Papajohn, Phyllis Alexion
Awards 3 nominations.
Production Company Parallel Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (negative ratio), 1.85 : 1 (intended ratio)
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm