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Critic Reviews for Grilled
Romano e James são comediantes talentosos, mas nada podem fazer com um roteiro tão desinteressante e sem graça.
Some would believe that by just having Romano and James in a film together that there's already nothing. And that's about 90% true.
Audience Reviews for Grilled
This film for me was pretty much a flop, I?m guessing it was for most people, as it?s not a film I?ve heard too much about ? a bit of a shame really, with the two lead Actors being great TV Comedy Actors.
The film lacked any originality or strong storyline and really only had a couple of comical moments.
It wasn?t unbearable, but definitely a disappointment.
Whenever I fall asleep during a movie, I won't write any review, however bad, until I go back and finish watching it. I was going to make an exception for this because it was so bad that I didn't want to punish myself this time, but I didn't. I will admit that it eventually got a little better, but a little better than horrid is still pretty bad. This is a prime example of a great cast wasted on a big ol' horse turd. Extra half star because...MEAT!
It seemed slow, and I just kept saying that something needed to happen. Not as funny as I expected from these two, but there are moments. After Burt Reynolds enters, it gets much better. 2.5-3 stars.
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