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A Spy Hard review? What is it?

Spy Hard review

This review is left over from my planned-but-never-executed Leslie Nielsen Week…

Plot

There were plenty of laughs to be had throughout, but sometimes it felt like they were trying a little too hard (i.e. the Speed parody scene).

Characters

Leslie Nielsen is always fun, and it was surprising to see Andy Griffith in this kind of role. The point was taken off for that annoying kid that was supposed to be Macaulay Culkin.

Visuals

Even though they used the same gag twice, I still enjoyed the stretchy limbs thing. Otherwise, there wasn’t much to mention here.

Product Placement

A Coke ad on a bus and a joke involving Blockbuster. Not much else.

Rewatchability

I didn’t quite enjoy this as much as I was hoping to.

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2 comments on “A Spy Hard review? What is it?

  1. I have a real soft spot for Leslie Neilsen spoofs, even the lesser ones, like this or “Dracula: Dead And Loving It”, Loved him in “Due South” and adored the fact it became an unwritten rule that you couldn’t make a spoof movie without him making at least a cameo appearance. In fact, I think I’m going to go and watch “Repossessed” right now…

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