Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo

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Overview

Women of the world beware -- the world's least likely male pleasure machine is back in business and breaching international boundaries in this sequel to the comedy hit Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. Despite his lack of enthusiasm for his career as a lover-for-hire, Deuce once again played by Rob Schneider is back to work as a gigolo when his former manager T.J. Hicks Eddie Griffin is accused of murdering a number of male escorts in Amsterdam. Needing to raise money for his friend's legal defense, Deuce is once again...
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Overview

Women of the world beware -- the world's least likely male pleasure machine is back in business and breaching international boundaries in this sequel to the comedy hit Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. Despite his lack of enthusiasm for his career as a lover-for-hire, Deuce once again played by Rob Schneider is back to work as a gigolo when his former manager T.J. Hicks Eddie Griffin is accused of murdering a number of male escorts in Amsterdam. Needing to raise money for his friend's legal defense, Deuce is once again showing off the tricks of the trade in the European theater, while also dealing with the less-than-genial European Union of gigolos, a British school for male prostitutes, and some truly puzzling female clients.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Rob Schneider returns to his former occupation in this lowbrow comedy, whose plentiful gags are unabashedly crude and joyously tasteless. By now even the most casual viewer should know that Schneider is no Cary Grant. For that matter, he's not even Jerry Lewis. In fact, he makes Pauly Shore look classy. But anyone going into a Rob Schneider film is well aware what they're getting, and the latest Deuce Bigalow outing delivers lots of it. This time around Deuce flies across the Atlantic to Amsterdam, where his old pal and former pimp, T. J. Hicks Eddie Griffin, is hiding from the local authorities. Apparently someone is bent on eliminating the city's seemingly limitless supply of male prostitutes, and T. J. has fallen under suspicion following the murder of one of his employees. Deuce reluctantly takes up his old profession in an attempt to ferret out the killer. Long before that happens, though, we're treated to innumerable vignettes none of them too graphic, thank goodness that show Deuce plying his trade. The supporting cast is negligible here; Schneider and Griffin are the whole show, although we should report that the relatively distinguished character actor Jeroen Krabbe manages to humble himself with an embarrassingly over-the-top turn as a smarmy suspect. The humor is undeniably icky, but the gags are put over so good-naturedly that it's hard to take much offense. Schneider fans, this one's tailor-made for you; others...well, you're on your own.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/29/2005
  • UPC: 043396124905
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:23:00
  • Format: UMD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rob Schneider Deuce Bigalow
Eddie Griffin T.J. Hicks
Jeroen Krabbé Gaspar Voorsboch
Til Schweiger Heinz Hummer
Hanna Verboom Eva
Alex Dimitriades Enzo
Carlos Ponce Rodrigo
Douglas Sills Chadsworth Buckingham III
Rachel Stevens
Kelly Brook
Charles Keating Gian-Carlo
Vincent Martella Billy
Technical Credits
Mike Bigelow Director
Linda Bogers Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Dilbeck Musical Direction/Supervision
Marc Felperlaan Cinematographer
Glenn S. Gainor Executive Producer
David Garnett Screenwriter
Jack Giarraputo Producer
Mark Anthony Little Asst. Director
Tom McNulty Co-producer
Peck Prior Editor
Nathan T. Reimann Co-producer
Adam Sandler Producer
Benedict Schillemans Production Designer
John Schneider Producer
Rob Schneider Original Story, Screenwriter
Sandy Solowitz Editor
James L. Venable Score Composer
Jason Ward Screenwriter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    side hurting

    This movie is a very good sequel. It was equally funny if not more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    very funny show

    This show is really funny, if you like dirty humor, this is dang funny. If you liked the first, you will like the second one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The reason people say bad things about sequels

    This movie was absolutely horrible. I borrowed the movie from a friend and wanted to ask him for my money back after I was done with it. That's how bad it was. At least the first movie had a novelty to it. The strange women in the original were just a "little" strange, and at least they were funny. The woman with the "male appendage" for a nose...come on, that was just sad and not funny at all. This movie failed on all fronts and I found myself praying for the end. Rob Schneider has to be moving towards becoming the next "straight-to-video" star if he keeps coming out with gems like this one, "The Hot Chick", and "The Animal". Terrible, terrible movie. Don't waste your time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Funny

    I've heard nothing but bad things about this movie, and none of it adds up. I found this movie to be very funny, just like the first one. Go rent this one for a good laugh.

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    Posted December 19, 2008

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