Delta Farce

Delta Farce

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Director: C.B. Harding

Cast: C.B. Harding, Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, D.J. Qualls

     
 

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When a hard-luck blue-collar worker and his two best friends are mistaken for Army Reservists by a tough-talking Army sergeant, the plane set to fly them to the front lines of Iraq mistakenly drops them in the middle of Mexico to disastrous results in a freewheeling military comedy starring Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and D.J. Qualls. Larry (the Cable Guy) has

Overview

When a hard-luck blue-collar worker and his two best friends are mistaken for Army Reservists by a tough-talking Army sergeant, the plane set to fly them to the front lines of Iraq mistakenly drops them in the middle of Mexico to disastrous results in a freewheeling military comedy starring Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and D.J. Qualls. Larry (the Cable Guy) has lost his job and his woman in the short span of 24 hours. Convinced that some suds and target shooting are just the right remedies for a broken, jobless heart, Larry sets out with his next-door neighbor Bill (Engvall) and their trigger-happy pal Everett (Qualls) in order to blast off some rounds and down some brews. Their relaxing weekend soon takes an unexpected turn, however, when hard-case Army sergeant Kilgrove (Keith David) mistakes the trio as slacking Army reservists and loads them in a plane bound for Fallujah. Subsequently air-dropped over Mexico due to pilot error, the clueless, wannabe war heroes become convinced that they're actually in the Middle East and set out to save a rural village from what they assume to be an insurgent uprising. Though the thankful locals champion the noble but dimwitted trio for their heroism, the celebration is short-lived as ruthless warlord Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) pays a personal visit to the town with a plan to confront the fearless warriors who dared to challenge his iron-fist rule.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/04/2007
UPC:
0031398218098
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:29:00
Sales rank:
17,503

Special Features

Hacienda Confidential; All the Way to...L.A.?; The Queen of Mean Gets the Last Word; The Man Behind Carlos Santana; Commentary With Director CB Harding; 16x9 Widescreen; 5.1 Dolby Surround EX Audio; English 2.0 Digital Audio; English and Spanish Subtitles.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Larry the Cable Guy Larry
Bill Engvall Bill Little
D.J. Qualls Everett Shackle
Danny Trejo Carlos Santana
Marisol Nichols Maria Garcia
Keith David Sgt. Kilgore
Glenn Morshower General
Ed O'Ross Victor
Lisa Lampanelli Bill's Wife Connie
Christina Moore Karen
Michael Edward Rose Sgt. Major
Lorna Scott Woman at Cowboy Frank's
Parker Goris Bill's Boy
Michael Papajohn Bill'e Neighbor
Lance Smith Sgt. Adams
Bill Doyle Colonel
McKinley Freeman Airborne Soldier
Joel McKinnon Miller Pilot
Chris Spencer Co-Pilot
Alejandro Patino Juan
Luis Chavez Carlos
David Desantos Bandito #3 Ricardo
Nicholas Guilak Luis
Toby Holguin Bandito #1
Jimmy Ortega Bandito #2
Albert P. Santos Flaco
Emilio Rivera Jorge
Shelly Desai Farmer
Tony Perez Mayor
Danielle Hartnett Senorita Magdalena
Carlos Moreno Jaime
Jeff Dunham Amazing Ken
Rolando Molina Bartender
Joseph A. Nuñez Ruben
Esteban Cueto El Javelina
Tom Rosales Bandito Guard
Craig Susser Roger Grabowski
PJ Walsh Medic
Matt Riedy Colonel Dalton
Amy Powell Anchorwoman

Technical Credits
C.B. Harding Director
Bear Aderhold Screenwriter
Lynn Barber Makeup
Bryan Becker Stunts
Alan C. Blomquist Producer
Richard L. Bucher Stunts
Billy Burton Stunts
Mark Conte Editor
Dins Danielsen Art Director
Louise de Teliga Costumes/Costume Designer
Jayson Dumenigo Stunts
Eddie J. Fernandez Stunts
Eddie Fernandez Stunts
Dennis Fitzgerald Stunts
Richie Gaona Stunts
Anthony Gaudioz Camera Operator
Deborah George Casting
Brett Grant-Grierson Sound Mixer
Richard Graves Asst. Director
Vikki Griffin Makeup
Maggie Houlehan Associate Producer
James S. Levine Score Composer
Clint E. Lilley Stunts
Alex Madisen Stunts
Cabot McMullen Production Designer
Norman Mora Stunts
Marco Morales Stunts
Mark Munoz Stunts
Jennifer Novak Associate Producer
Joe Ordaz Stunts
Tom Ortenberg Executive Producer
Tom Priestley Cinematographer
Greg Rhineer Camera Operator
Mario Roberts Stunts
Jason Rodriguez Stunts
Monty Rowan Camera Operator
Crystal Santos Stunts
Peter Serraino Makeup
Sidney Sidell Camera Operator
Lisa Soltau Casting
Redwood Sound Sound Editor
Thomas F.X. Sullivan Screenwriter
C.C. Taylor Stunts
James Thornton Sound Mixer
Jose Vasquez Stunts
Paul Robert Veluzat Stunts
Mark Aaron Wagner Stunts
J.P. Williams Producer
Jerry Wills Stunts
Emily Wolfe Executive Producer
George Zamora Stunts

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Delta Farce
1. Free Salad Bar [:00]
2. Dark Before Dawn [:00]
3. Weekend Warriors [:00]
4. Land of Sand and Sun [:00]
5. Equipment Drop [:00]
6. Hot Zone [:00]
7. Lost in Iraq [:00]
8. Fighting Music [:00]
9. Camel Ass Tacos [:00]
10. Invaded Mexico [:01]
11. Squad Leader [:00]
12. Talent Show [:00]
13. Casa De Hooters [:00]
14. Grave Robbers [:00]
15. Change of Plans [:00]
16. Land of Miracles [:00]
17. Tonight's Main Event [:00]
18. Bag of Tricks [:00]
19. 6 Pack of Pain [:00]
20. Doing What's Right [:00]
21. Fighting Back [:00]
22. Winning the War [:00]
23. Bigger and Better Things [:00]
24. New Directions [:00]

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Delta Farce 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm sorry, but if you think this movie is funny then you will probably find those Clear Eyes commercials hilarious. It's got the same idea as Wild hogs with even less laughs "is that even possible?". And this is coming from someone who loves Bill Engvall, but this movie just doesn't cut it. The funniest part in the whole movie is when the bad guys name is Carlos Santana and eveyone keeps asking if he's the singer. Other than that minor chuckle, nothing funny. Not even the excessive use of Slim Jim jokes could save this flop. The blue collar gang try to add a couple of jokes from their stand-up careers, but they all come off as extremely cheesy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago