|The Longest Yard 2005 PG-13, 113 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Peter Segal
Cast: Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Burt Reynolds, Nelly, Michael Irvin, James Cromwell, Walter Williamson, Bill Goldberg, Terry Crews, Bob Sapp, Lobo Sebastian, David Patrick Kelly, Nicholas Turturro, Dalip Singh, Steve Reevis
In this remake of the 1974 film about prisoners who square off against their guards in a game of football, Burt Reynolds is cast in the role of Coach Nate Scarborough, while Adam Sandler takes on the Burt Reynolds' old role of the former NFL pro, now prisoner, Paul "Wrecking" Crewe. Warden Hazen (James Cromwell) makes a deal with Crewe to help his prison guard team win the league championship. Crewe suggests that he train a team of convicts to play against the guards in a game that Hazen assumes will be an easy win for his team of guards. But, as Crewe and fellow prisoner Caretaker (Chris Rock) begin working with their team of convicts, Crewe decides to go for the win.
|Recipe for Disaster 2003 G, 94 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy
Director: Harvey Frost
Cast: John Larroquette, Lesley Ann Warren, Melissa Peterman, Margo Harshman, Devon Werkheiser, Andrew James Allen, Bill Dawes, Michelle Brookhurst, Ivan Fatovic, Melissa Schuman, Marion Ramsey, Michael Prozzo, Iva Hasperger, Buck Kartalian, Walter Williamson
When their parents (John Larroquette and Lesley Ann Warren) must leave to secure a missing license on the night their family's new restaurant opens, their children–Rebecca (Margo Harshman), Sam (Andrew James Allen), and Max (Devon Werkheiser)–attempt to save the day and take charge of serving up exotic meals to the customers.
|1. The Longest Yard (2005)|
2. Recipe for Disaster (2003)
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