Boss Hogg then heads to Atlanta, where he informs the Duke boys, in lock-up, that they are too late to stop him and reveals that the vote on Hogg's proposition is at the same time as the rally, explaining Billy Prickett's involvement. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. Daisy, Bo and Luke visit him in jail, and he tells them that Boss is as corrupt as anyone, and the best way to get Jesse off is to find evidence of this. But let me tell you, at no point was I tempted to walk out of the theater - I enjoyed almost every minute. When Daisy finds out Hughie is Boss Hogg's nephew and only dated her to find out about the family secrets, she is devastated. They threaten to drive into Hogg Ravine unless he tells them his plan. Its a well known Hollywood tradition to make horrible remakes of classic movies.
The casting is interesting, with Willie Nelson cast as a stoned Uncle Jesse, the family patriarch and moonshiner-in-chief. Storyline: Bo and Luke Duke are southern cousins. This was soon followed by a claim from screenwriter Gy Waldron. Joe figures for his home-movie battle sequences. Just recently we had the Poseidon Adventure, the Longest Yard, the Fog, War of the Worlds and the list goes on.
Cousins Bo, Luke, and Daisy Duke, and their uncle Jesse, egg on the authorities of Hazzard County, Boss Hogg and Sheriff Coltrane. The antagonists are worse than the Dukes: mean, arrogant, and corrupt. All three passed, because they hated the script. Most of the characters are grating, force-fed campiness takes the place of the low-rent charm of the original series, and there's not a single damn laugh in the movie. Hughie, the Boar's Nest bartender, says she is not the type of girl who should work there, and refuses her but she is smitten. He will turn the Boar's Nest into an ice cream parlor.
Meanwhile, the college girls head to the rally with Sheev to inform the townsfolk about the vote on the strip-mining ordinance. Bo and Luke quickly tire of farm work and take an interest in some of the local girls of Hazzard. But it doesn't take long for Bo and Luke to find a worthy opponent in the form of the cigar-chomping J. The male Dukes are bad-mouthed womanizers who don't respect the law, while young Daisy gives girls the wrong idea about beauty. He is too scared not to tell, and his confession is broadcast over the thanks to Daisy's manipulation of Enos at the station.
Written by I am surprised at how low the scores are for this movie. The acting in the movie was not too bad, the General Lee is still an awesome vehicle. Some stretches look spectacular, but the level of detail is inconsistent, although admittedly the differences between the most and least impressive moments aren't exactly dramatic. However, what was I to expect with Knoxville and Scott cast as the Dukes? To this end, he grabs the Dukes' farm, has the General Lee totaled, and brings in famous race car driver Billy Prickett to drive in the Hazzard County Rally. Score: 7 out of 10 The Audio Only one audio option is available for home-theater presentation of : English Dolby Digital 5. The film was directed by and released on August 5, 2005, by.
With local ace race car driver Billy Prickett in town to take part in the Annual Hazzard Road Race rally, Bo and Luke sets out to save their farm and foil Boss Hogg's scheme. One of 'em is a blindfolded tear through the backroads of Hazzard County, and there's also a cringe-worthy alternate ending. What disappointed me was that the cops of the show were non-existent in terms of depth, humor, and overall performance. One cousin regularly chases after girls, the other makes lusty references to his car; Daisy of short shorts fame displays cleavage. Sheriff's car at location in Thousand Oaks, California After retrieving the General Lee before Rosco can, the Dukes go to Atlanta to visit a local university geology lab, meeting with Katie-Lynn Johnson, a Hazzard county girl and the Dukes' love interest, and her Australian roommate Annette.
It wasn't exactly a great show to begin with, but the movie's much, much worse. Willie Nelson just didn't act the part smoothly enough of Uncle Jessie. It is a good vehicle for gratuitous sexy shots and a very un-subtle bunch of sex jokes and inferences, not much else. The unrated set is a lot shorter, consisting of just three scenes that don't even average a minute a pop. Rather than focusing on intellect, Daisy solely relies on her sexuality to coerce others. If you really need some sort of plot summary beyond that, it goes something like this: Bo Duke and Luke Duke Seann William Scott and Johnny Knoxville -- two cousins who're closer'n brothers -- careen around Hazzard County, Georgia in a '69 Dodge Charger deliverin' moonshine and defilin' the local farmers' daughters. On , the film has an approval rating of 20% based on 5 reviews, with an of 3.
Each reel clocks in around five minutes in length. However, I took the film differently. Boss Hogg, the mean and corrupt local county commissioner who hates The Dukes evicts The Dukes from their farm. Second Sean William Scott is one of my favorite comedic actors. The same can be said for having Willie Nelson as Uncle Jessie.
The film was followed by a direct-to-video prequel titled The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning 2007. It also had an adjusted-dollar rank of number 24 all-time for August releases. Now I have all 4. The extras are more interesting than the film, and include the birth of the General Lee, the tales of Dainty the pig, the story of Daisy Duke which is way less interesting that you would expect , and a music video which features a country-rap hybrid about the Duke boys. Jay Chandrasekhar's movie is essentially just a lame series of rowdy antics rather than a sustained storyline. Bo loves his car, as it provides not only transportation but a sense of identity and invincibility it wins races and seems to endure any manner of collision and hard landing. While financially successful, the film met with negative reviews from critics.