While the trailers look pretty goofy, the critics seem to like this movie. A parody of NASCAR is certainly better than taking it (or its fans) seriously.
My pack of teen age boys went to see it this weekend and loved it.
I saw it with my son and his two college mates this weekend and I laughed so hard they kept telling me to "stop laughing."The humour is sophomoric, the gags are predictable and you WILL recognize the personality traits of NUMEROUS Wise County-ites. If you have any patience for goofy humour, you will laugh until you choke.
I am so tired of the movie industry's dumbed down movies. It's really kind of scary. If you look back over the last few years, movies have become so vile and bathroom like in humor. On the comedic scale of humor, that would require very low intellect as opposed to satirical humor such as Doonesbury cartoon. Really good movies are becoming so few and far in between, it think it reflects a dumbing down of society. Think about how many times you've heard some kid brag about reading the Cliff's Notes instead of the book. Does it really pay off? Ever hear the phrase...use it or lose it?
This was supposed to be a spoof on NASCAR? Nobody told me.Dale, Jr.
I thought Bush was great as Ricky Bobby.
ANON 3:13 - Sometimes when we remove the corn cobs from our butts we can laugh a little easier.
Goodness sakes 3:13 lighten up!
I agree with 3:51!!
Anon 3:13 -- I lost you when you used "humor" and "Doonsbury" in the same sentence. And I had to dumb myself down to read through the horrible spelling and grammatical errors.
Uh oh...I think someone stepped on somebody's toes. Opps! Sorry for having an opinion. Didn't mean for ya to take it personally.
P.S. I think it is general consensus that we aren't writing in essay format here...if that is the case, I'd like to point out a few errors as well.
Be very careful cuz when you point a finger at someone, there's three pointing back at you!
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