Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo

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A witless follow-up to the surprise 1999 hit, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo is raunchy, politically incorrect, and not particularly funny.

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Unlikely gigolo Deuce Bigalow (Rob Schneider) resumes his sex-related antics when his friend and former pimp, T.J. Hicks (Eddie Griffin), invites him to Amsterdam. After T.J. becomes the prime suspect in a string of murders of male prostitutes, Deuce springs into action to aid his incarcerated buddy. As he tries to figure out the identity of the real killer, he gets into encounters with several quirky ladies and also faces an uptight Dutch police inspector, Gaspar Voorsboch (Jeroen Krabbé).

Cast & Crew

Rob Schneider
Deuce Bigalow
Jeroen Krabbé
Detective Gaspar
Til Schweiger
Heinz Hummer
Douglas Sills
Chadsworth Buckingham, III
Edwin Alofs
Dutch Gigolo
Roger Mussenden
Casting Director
Glenn S. Gainor
Executive Producer
Marc Felperlaan
Cinematographer
Peck Prior
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  • Jul 24, 2013
    Full of senseless gags, pointless morals and poorly disgusting humor. Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo's poor comedy attempts and overall terribleness signifies it being one of the worst, if not, the worst film of 2005. The film is pathetic in ways that will probably leave a bad taste in Europeans' mouths about Americans (as if they did have one already) 0.5/5
    Eugene B Super Reviewer
  • Jan 05, 2013
    It's quite a shame this movie was made. The creators clearly forgot the strength of the first film was its star. He was a likeable hero with a purpose but this continuous toilet joke thinks cheap jokes work. The poor direction is solely the issue here along with no producer interference. The script should of eliminated most of the supporting weirdos as they are quite disgusting and unfunny. The original had them but they were rounded with believable issues not the case here. A missed opportunity is an understatement here, the story was quite funny but everything else just felt forced. The cast tries but sadly there is nothing they can do to save this turkey. I liked some of the humour but at the end it was no good. I would like to see another film done to redeem this series because this poor excuse left a bitter taste in the mouth.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Dec 31, 2011
    There are only a small amount of funny moments, but there are quite a lot of hotties in it. Sequel is even worse than the first film, it even went from off colour humour to gross out humour, very disappointed.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Nov 29, 2011
    Sequel to the already awful Deuce Bigalow, this film steps up a notch makes the first film seem funny by comparison. This film was trash and I absolutely hated it. I felt that the film was terrible, and the fact that it got made is a miracle. The biggest problem with Rob Schneider comedies is that they're not funny, and the guy sucks at comedy. His comedic act wore out after Down Periscope, where he at least was funny. But afterwards he just played the same character over and over again; Schneider is one of those "comedians" that only have one joke in their back their entire career. In the end it's sad. This sequel is just as sad as Rob Schneider's "career". As far as sequels are concerned, this film really scraps the bottom of the barrel of ideas. The film doesn't do anything really interesting, and the film is laugh free comedy that is a pure waste of time, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo should never have been made, and the jokes fall flat, and there are definitely no memorable gags in this film. This is the type of comedy film the scraps the bottom of the barrel to try and create something humorous. Unfortunately everything this sequel to an already bad film. The jokes are so poorly developed and unimpressive, that this film simply isn't funny, and you realize how terrible Rob Schneider is as a "comedian". Yet another stupid film with no jokes. This is one comedy that has no laughs and the film doesn't even make you smirk. The only thing this film does is make you angry that you wasted your time on such a crap comedy.
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