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Actors: Kenan Thompson, Zachary Levi, Fran Kranz, Darrell Hammond, Jenny McCarthy
Director: Mark Steilen
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Genre: Feature Film-Comedy Rating: R Release Date: 10-JUN-2008 Media Type: DVD
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Bart D. from SYOSSET, NY
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Wieners is just about a winner
Richard Lanoie | Canada | 05/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is your basic straight to DVD stupid comedy but it is a good little stupid comedy. Three buddies drive a wienermobile cross-country to get one of them out of a serious depression.
The jokes are fresh and do not get milked which is why I think it is a nice little movie.
Fans of Jenna McCarthy will be disappointed as she only appears in one scene and it is the lowpoint of the film.
The R rating is for "offensive language" and occasional partial nudity.
Aside from McCarthy the weak point is the finale gets stretched out a bit too much.
This is not Animal House caliber but better than all the other National Lampoon stuff"
Ottawa Citizen review of "Wieners"
Charlie | Beverly Hills, CA USA | 06/08/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Wieners Rating 3 out of 4 stars
While the idea of three men taking a road trip in a Wienermobile may not sound all that appealing, there's more than rubber meeting the road and mustard meeting the meat in this surprisingly funny effort featuring Fran Kranz, Kenan Thompson and Zachary Levi.
After being humiliated by a Dr. Phil-styled TV shrink, Joel (Kranz) decides he's going to get even. With his buddies by his side, they venture off with a quest for justice, but find it's not easy to make people listen when there's a giant wiener in the picture. Definitely stupid, but thanks to some sweet buddy moments, this movie steers away from the typically silly genre moments and finds some original flavour.
DVD features are sadly lacking on this disc, but there is a Thai dub -- in addition to Spanish, French and Portuguese ones."