Comedy superstar Rob Schneider is back once more as Deuce Bigalow, the big-hearted male gigolo with the least down below. Fleeing to Europe following a near run-in with the Malibu PD, Deuce finds himself thrust back into t... more »he pleasure-for-pay profession when his former pimp (Eddie Griffin) is wrongly accused of murdering Europe's highest-priced man-whores. Working under-the-covers, Deuce seduces a bevy of super-freaky female clients (as well as Dutch supermodel Hanna Verboom) to learn the identity of the real killer in this outrageous laugh-orgy that will have you screaming with delight from start to finish!« less
MIchael S. from PRESCOTT VLY, AZ Reviewed on 11/27/2012...
I shouldn't be shocked. This movie is not for the faint of heart. Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo is so over the top in political incorrectiveness,male sexploitation, and other assordid (yes, spelled that way)sequences, I'm surprised it even got released let alone an "R" rating. It makes me wonder if this movie was released by a low budget film company, would the MPAA have given this film the dreaded NC-17. or simply not allow the film a rating. The MPAA has done that before. Ah yes, the major studio motion picture and the ratings system. Am I shocked, offended, or disgusated? Nah, I still have Night Patrol w/Linda Blair, Revenge of the Cheerleaders,and God knows how many other assordid films in my collection, so I really can't complain. Those movies did make me laugh as did this film. Just don't expect a fluffy French farce.
Funny But Revolting
Kevin Killian | San Francisco, CA United States | 08/13/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Deuce is back and, depending on how bad your sense of humor is, you'll either be giggling like a loon or walking out, as I saw three people do this afternoon at the first show at the Metreon here in SF. If you stay, you'll hate yourself, but you'll have a big idiot grin on your face and a good appreciation for the lows that actors will sink to.
Well, if you thought that Deuce was happy when the first picture ended, happily married to the right girl, and you wondered how they were going to bring him back for a sequel, worry no more. Right away it develops that his marital bliss didn't extend past the honeymoon when his wife was eaten by Jaws! Now, lost in sorrow, he's a likely target when TJ (Eddie Griffin), even funnier than in round one) lures him into Europe where he says the appetite for white American man meat is huge. You know what that means! TJ's living in a purple houseboat on the Zuyder Zee, labelled, Da Pimp in Da Sea. Kind of like Jessica Simpson not knowing if Chicken of the Sea is chicken or tuna. The movie starts out dumb and just gets dumber.
And Europe isn't any safer for our boy Deuce than the good ole USA! For one by one someone is killing the great man ho's of Europe--Deuce's Euro competition. Each of the dead gigolos has a weird kind of lipstick kiss imprint on their faces, and CSI works out that this lipstick is no longer being made or distributed.
The low point of the movie is when Deuce goes on a date with a woman who had been in Chernoybyl during the big atomic power plant meltdown. Now she can't get a date because she doesn't have a nose. Instead what she's got in the midle of her face will gross you out for sure. It's the kind of sight you don't usually see on the screen, except in a porn movie. You will not believe your eyes, and some people in the audience got physically sick! Guys, you've all seen this appendange between your legs, but few but Deuce has ever dated a girl with one bobbing out of her nasal cavity.
I felt sorry for the actress playing the part. It is thoroughly disgusting. However, hopefully they paid her enough money to justify the fact that for the rest of her career, she'll be known as, oh she's the one with the penis nose in EUROPEAN GIGOLO.
The laughter rocked the ceiling of the auditorium. At times you couldn't even hear the dialogue. What's next for Deuce and TJ? How about shipping them to a harem in the Middle East as they did for Bing Crosby and Bob Hope back in the days of their Road Movies."
I laughed really hard.
deora ar mo chroi | MI United States | 12/01/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There is a lot of crude humor in this movie, so if you are easily offended, I wouldn't suggest watching. Otherwise, if you are like me and can relax and handle the humor, this is a great movie for that. I laughed so much that I had wet eyes at one point. I was slightly disappointed in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and I wasn't even going to rent this one, but I decided to and I'm glad that I did. If you're unsure, at least rent this, it's worth it."
Snowbrocade | Santa Barbara, CA | 02/20/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I like the Deuce Bigelow character--a low achieving guy who has a gift for genuinely connecting with others. There were enough laughs in this for me to recommend it. In particular I liked the political humor.
However, there were some uncomfortably ridiculous moments and some gross-out humor that I did not enjoy and felt detracted from the film. Despite this, there is a pervasive sweetness to the film and to the Bigelow character that makes me like him anyway."
Very Stupid, But Funny
Joshua Miller | Coeur d'Alene,ID | 08/10/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"OK...Is this a sequel that needed to be made? No. Is it a movie that takes the same crappy sequel formula (move the location, use the same things that made the first one good). Yes. Is it bad? Yes. Is it funny? Yes. Is it better than the first? Amazingly, yes. It is a bad movie in the sense that critics (and a majority of the audience that thinks like critics) don't like it. It's bad in the fact it's a politically incorrect comedy starring the Happy Madison crew. Rob Schneider returns as Deuce Bigalow; Deuce is no longer a gigolo and hasn't been since he got married. Problem was his wife was eaten by a shark. When his old buddy T.J. (Eddie Griffin) calls from Amsterdam, telling Deuce to join him. Deuce does, but only because he caused an accident involving elderly blind people and dolphins. When Deuce gets to Amsterdam, he discovers that the gigolo market is a huge cash cow and that someone is hunting down and killing the gigolos. In an attempt to catch the killer, Deuce resumes his previous job...And finds love to. Yeah, it's a pretty stupid movie. But I actually liked it better than the first one; It's very funny (the chick with the wang for a nose was priceless) and some of the dialogue (especially the bits about America, homosexuality, and racism) were hysterical. The person who owns this movie, however, isn't Schneider...It's Griffin. Griffin as T.J. is freaking hilarious. There's a series of cameos that are very funny. Adam Sandler makes a brief appearance as a dead gigolo, but the few seconds he's onscreen are pretty damn funny. There's also Norm MacDonald, whose appearance wouldn't have been half as funny if not for the reference to his long defunct sitcom at the end. It's not a movie for everyone, but if you're a fan of the movies that are produced by Happy Madison productions (all of Adam Sandler's movies, "Grandma's Boy" etc.) then you should definitely dig this.
GRADE: A- "
Comedy Classic for ADULTS!!!!
L. Mintah | USA | 04/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Rob Schneider reprises his role as innocent Deuce Bigalowe. He goes to Amsterdam at the behest of conniving TJ, the pimp who is losing all of his "man-whores" because of fear of a serial killer who is murdering male prostitutes. TJ talks Deuce into taking on difficult cases ("I'm Deuce Big-Biggest Lady I've ever seen!) and working his magic. Can Deuce solve the mystery before the International Man Whore Awards? Deuce also meets a nice girl - but she has a secret.
There is some VERY raunchy but very funny humor. The most raunchy part is a Russian woman who lost her nose in Chernobyl but wears a veil because she now has something else in its place. See what I mean by tough cases?
The funniest scene involves a cat, fuzzy cat toys, and TJ.