PG13 90min 2006
“Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector” is Larry the Cable Guy’s feature film debut. He brings a truckload of one-liners to his role as a big-city health inspector, happily going form greasy spoon diners to low-rent ethnic restaurants. But his easy-going life turns upside-down when he’s teamed with a stiff, stright-laced rookie partner (Iris Bahr) and assigned the biggest case of his career: investigating food poisoning at the city’s swankiest restaurants. While running up against a hardnosed boss (Tom Wilson) and the shady Mayor (Joe Pantoliano) and an unscrupulous restaurant owner (Joanna Cassidy), his bad manners and unorthodox methods cost him his job. Larry is forced to go undercover to bring the conspirators to justice and “Git-R-Done!”
This is one of the worst films I have ever seen. I give that Larry the Cable Guy has funny “blue collar” humor but this was a waste of film. I want the time that I wasted on this film back and I can never get it. How does one get a disaster like this film made?
“Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector” is a train wreck from the very beginning. The only glimmer of light in this film was that it was full of Larry’s humor. This film is what happens when you try to tale a comedy routine and turn it into a movie. The story is absurd on a level that I have rarely seen.
This is a film that you rent or buy at your own risk. If you’re reading this review then you have been warned. If you have watched the film and are reading this, then apologizes to you. To Larry the Cable Guy PLEASE next time a script comes your way read it first and visualizes the final product.
I give it a rating of “End of Days”