Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Juvenile, silly and dull-witted.
There's no kids or Bill Bixby to be seen; only Tim Conway and Don Knotts, playing Enos and Theodore. They get themselves into all sorts of trouble; not being the brightest fellows.
They are mistaken for bank robbers and chased by Wooly Bill Hitchcock the rest of the movie, they briefly become cooks for the cavalry and end up destroyign the fort, so are sent to prison, where they learn of a train robbery plot by Big Mack and his gang, which they try to foil, even if it means dressing up like saloon ladies and dancing with bank robbers.
Enos and Theodore are so dumb, they don't seem to recognize their predicaments. I guess that's what makes it so funny, eh? There's some funny jokes in prison as they get the cons thinking Don Knotts is a bad-ass crime boss.
Sadly, their misadventures are intercut with scenes of romance between a soldier and his Miss Milly, which bogs the movie down.
There's not much for kids here; this is more a comedy-western for adults under the Disney name.
Not as good as the first, but okay.
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