Adventure • 2001 • 1 hr 52 min
this movie is freaking funny snd cool wanna know whhy becahse seth green js in it yep hes pretty cool and funny in this one he like almost k
Without Rowan Atkinson this is a 3/5 film, with Rowan Atkinson this is a 5/5
A very funny concept for a movie. A lot of different personalities in this. Really silly if you like that style.
Such a fun comedy that has a stacked cast! Highly recommend!
This film is a comedic masterpiece. The comedy is not so over the top and it actually supports the plot.Keeps you intrigued with shenanigans
Atkinson has a sort of effortless comedic effect no matter what he does. Unfortunate but I sometimes find myself laughing ridiculously
I don’t care what people say it’s one of the funniest comedy movies because of its pure variety of humour and jokes.great,story,plot,charact
You'll never know what to expect. Some scenes were highlyover the top but over all still funny
Hilarious movie with something for everyone and a feel-good round ending :)
I think it was an ok comedy movie for its time. Good to watch on a Sunday afternoon when you have nothing better to do.
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