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An action comedy only a family would love.
Paul Gray | 04/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What can I say? This is the BEST Ernest film ever! All the
other Ernest films are funny too, but this one has a more
believable script, an awesome chase scene and an interesting
plot. When Ernest finds a piece of a revoloutionary war cannon
named "Goliath",(mistaking it for a prehistoric telivision
antennae component) he and his proffessor friend DR. Abner
Melon are off to find the cannon and prove that the green
mountain regulars stole the crown jewels and hid them in
the cannon somewhere in virginia. But when an evil colleague
from Abner's university goes after the jewels, Ernest and Abner
will have to face there greatest fears and foil the colleague's
plans. And escape from his mob, Britain's top agents who want
to return the real crown jewels to there rightful home and worst
of all, Abner's wife. you will LOVE this movie! So buy it!!!"
The Importance of Being Ernest P. Worrell
Paul Gray | Melbourne, Florida, USA | 04/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This ranks among my most favorite of "Ernest" movies. The bumbling janitor Ernest P. Worrel (Jim Varney) and his wishy-washy, history-professor friend, Abner Melon (Ron James), stumble upon an old revolutionary-war cannon known as "Goliath," that Abner has been searching for his whole life. Unbeknownst to them, other people are also interested in the cannon because it contains the crown jewels of England: a history professor and Abner's boss (Tom Butler), who moonlights as a penny ante crime boss, and a British secret agent (Alan Robertson) who wants to recover the jewels for England.
"Ernest Rides Again" is a bit more serious in plot, but it is filled with laughs nevertheless, especially in the scenes where Varney plays against straight-man Ron James. Don't miss the hilarious cannon "chase" scenes!
The relative seriousness of the plot makes the laughs that much funnier. Definitely a "must see," especially for those who have never seen an "Ernest" movie!