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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Kangaroo Jack cinematronic
  director

David McNally

cast

Jerry O'Connell, Anthony Anderson, Christopher Walken, Estella Warren

year

2003

rating rating cinematronic
  It's not as low as Hollywood will go, but "Kangaroo Jack" is heading in that direction. Hack director David McNally ("Coyote Ugly") and mega-hack producer Jerry Bruckheimer ("Armageddon") are behind the idiocy which they've touted as a side-splitting comedy. The only thing that should be splitting is the discerning viewer who will split the scene after a reel of this tripe. The premise is laughable (in the bad sense): Cronies Charlie (Jerry O'Connell) and Louis (Anthony Anderson) cross Charlie's mob-boss stepfather who forcibly insists that they deliver a $50,000 payoff to a remote Australian outpost. Driving through the bush, the two chumps hit a kangaroo in the road. Seizing a photo op, they dress the presumably dead marsupial in Louis's jacket. Only the kangaroo ain't dead. The wily creature hops away with all of the cash in one of the jacket pockets, and the un-merry chase is on. Note: It's not enough to have imbeciles scrambling after a pugnacious kangaroo. Apparently, you also need a hot babe as a wildlife conservationist (Estella Warren) -- uh-huh -- and a fine actor embarrassing himself as the evil stepdad (Christopher Walken).  
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