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Delta Farce

PG-13| 1 hr. 30 min.

Plot Summary
Three buddies (Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, D. J. Qualls) set out on a relaxing weekend of drinking and target practice, when a sergeant (Keith David) mistakes them for Army Reservists. The three men are deployed to Iraq, but a premature ejection lands them in Mexico. Believing they are in the Middle East, the bogus soldiers save a village and become local heroes, until a karaoke-loving warlord decides to strike back.

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Genres: Comedy

Distributor: Lionsgate Films

Delta Farce (2007)

Release Date: May 11th, 2007|1 hr. 30 min.

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  • June 25, 2008 cubbyduke
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    I have only one word to say, HORRIBLE!

  • May 22, 2008 xxxdisturbed666x
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    Bad. This movie was really boring. You can tell that they had a very low budget for this movie because everything looked so cheezy. I really wanted to see this movie because I love Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall. I was really disappointed when I seen this movie. Don't waste your time or money, not even to rent it or PPV, it's that bad.

  • May 22, 2008 madge452
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    maybe if a person goes to a movie entitled "Delta Farce" expecting literary genuis, one would be disappointed by the every day silliness of the thing. however, as someone who was looking for a light evening, I thought it was hysterically funny. we laughed so hard at some parts we were screaming. It has a certain silly charm that is missing from far too many movies these days. Yes, it would have been a better movie without the "urine in the canteen" and "eating of the spit can" scenes and the 1 gratuitous flatulence scene. Those things seem to appeal to the teenage boys I'm sure this was intended to attract. But I'm a middle aged, professional female and I loved its goofy charm. It pokes fun at lots of things that we often take much too seriously, and most especially ourselves. Maybe the critics take themselves much too seriously? go see it and stay to watch the credits. it goes about 5 seconds too long, but it's worth it. :)

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