Strange Wilderness (tbc)
Friday 11 April 2008
Already a significant contender for Worst Film of 2008, this moronic guys-together comedy is mostly regrettable for the appearance of Steve Zahn, once the go-to guy for dopey charm but now just another name in exec producer Adam Sandler's stable of goons.
Zahn plays the son of a nature-TV presenter who has let the old man's show fall into disrepute; to save it from being axed he and his buddies saddle up in search of the legendary Bigfoot. Co-stars Justin Long (Dodgeball) and Jonah Hill (Superbad) seem to be competing with the rest of the cast over who can give the worst performance, while the screenwriters try to outdo one another for the worst joke – a turkey giving Zahn a blowjob may be the winner.
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