Red Green - Duct Tape Forever (2002)
Critic Reviews for Red Green - Duct Tape Forever
The series' good-natured, self-deprecating extended joke about male regression, handyman incompetence and Canadian humility are here in big-screen proportions, and it all works very well.
Smith forgot to include any of the subtle, language-based comedy that marked his career as an author and stand-up comedian, so that all we're left with are obvious sight gags and laborious moments of slapstick carnage.
A pretty solid movie ... one that should amuse casual admirers (present company included) while delighting the rabid fan.
The saddest thing about Duct Tape Forever is the fact that it's a sign of the direction commercial Canadian cinema is going: cheap comedies with name-brand appeal.
Audience Reviews for Red Green - Duct Tape Forever
Charming movie, as only the Canadians can do. Based on the "Red Green" television show. I like Steve Smith's character. It's dorky but got a lot of heart. They should've had a love interest for Red Green in this movie.
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