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|Brian Cox||Capt. John O'Hagan|
|Daniel Von Bargen||Chief Grady|
|Lynda Carter||Gov. Jessman|
|John Bedford Lloyd||Mayor Timber|
|Jim Gaffigan||Larry Johnson|
|Jay Chandrasekhar||Director, Screenwriter|
|David Alvarez||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Melissa Bruning||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Barry Cole||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Ben Conable||Production Designer|
|Christopher Covert||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Johnny Hardesty||Art Director|
|Kevin Heffernan||Editor, Screenwriter|
|Fred Helm||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Peter E. Lengyel||Executive Producer|
|38 Special||Score Composer|
Posted May 30, 2012
Rabbit, Thorny, Mac, Farva, Foster, and Chief Grady are a group of state troopers. They all live in a town in Vermont named Spurbary. The men like to play games and jokes for fun, like the meow game. The men also have a knack for screwing up their job. In order for their jobs not to be cut, due to budget restraints, Rabbit, Thorny, Mac Farva and Foster have to really straighten their act up and write more tickets.
One of the funniest characters, I thought, was Mac. One reason this is because he got shot in the groin with a bullet proof nutcup. Another reason is because when they pulled over the two troopers, he acted like he shot the two cops and stole the cop car.
I give this 5 out of 5 stars because of the humor and the good acting. I think this movie is a good movie for teen and adults. If you enjoy a good comedy, then this is the movie for you.
Posted September 28, 2010
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