Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo
After a six-year absence, Rob Schneider returns in his comedic role as Deuce Bigalow. While working as a professional fish-tank cleaner, Deuce reluctantly returns to his pleasure-for-pay profession after an idiotic event involving visually-impaired, senior-citizen swimmers. His former manager, T.J. Hicks (Eddie Griffin), is under suspicion for the murders of several European gigolos in Amsterdam. To clear Hick’s name, Deuce goes back to work as a gigolo to find the real killer. He goes up against the powerful and unfriendly European Union of Prosti-dudes. His work brings him female clients who have a host of abnormal issues, much to Deuce’s dismay. After finding the black book of one of the gigolos, Deuce desperately searches for each of the women listed in the book to see if he can find the real killer.
Deuce Bigalow is a poor attempt at humor. This film is intentionally politically incorrect in every way imaginable. When reviewing movies, it is our custom here to list the offensive language. Well, I am going to save you from a lengthy list of words and phrases and just say that their were over 100 offensive occurrences of bad… really, really, bad dialog. Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider made a film in such poor taste, I caught myself slipping lower and lower in my seat hoping that no one would see that I was in the theatre. The only savings grace to the film was that it wasn’t much longer than the previews of upcoming attractions. I guess it really doesn’t take that long to offend every race, religion or creed on the planet.