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Straight-to-video garbage, The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning is borderline unwatchable. The "acting" is just abysmal and is painful to watch, and the writing is awful (particularly the narrations and really all the dialog). The sets and costumes look incredibly cheap and the music is as corny as all get-out. The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning has no respect for the original television series and goes out of its way to be as insulting a red-neck caricature as possible.
What an embarrassment...period.
This is the worst remake/reboot ever. This is a disappointment & a shame. The other one with Jessica Simpson wasn't much better but it was better than this one. The television remakes that had all the old cast members who are still alive in it were the best except for the original television show it self which was my favorite television show as a kid growing up. This one is horrifically terrible & aweful.
the wasn't very good
such a unnecessary prequel
When mischievous teenaged cousins Bo Duke (Jonathan Bennett) and Luke Duke (Randy Wayne) are arrested, both boys are paroled to the care of their Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson) in Hazzard, sentenced to a summer of hard work. It's not long before the Duke boys learn of Boss Hogg's (Christopher McDonald) plans to foreclose on Uncle Jesse's farm. Together, with help from their frumpy cousin Daisy (April Scott), Bo and Luke vow to save the family's property and its storied history of producing the best moonshine in all of Hazzard. Driving through Hazzard in the "General Lee" blasting its famed Dixie horn, the Duke boys join forces to make Boss Hogg's life miserable, concocting one crazy scheme after another!
also stars April Scott, Joel David Moore, Harland Williams and Joel Moore.
directed by Robert Berlinger.
Because the first one was so good.
Whoooo! VERY HOT AND MORE SEXY country girls than the original one I ever seen that makes me go horny. And lots of funny on spills and thrills pile up at lightning-fast speed, but interested to see how cousins Bob and Luke Duke met at Hazzard Country with their uncle and introduced to their beautiful cousin, Daisy who was still a virgin and kind of nerd country girl, just before she transformed to hottie.
This was an ok film but with little cast from the first movie it ended up quite poor. Not one i will buy im afriad.
Better then the Jessica Simpson movie - I don't understand why people don't like it???