Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Rock Slyde takes a premise that would barely work as a Funny or Die sketch and expands it to feature length...
Sofer's character is named Sara Lee, and that's one of the film's more complicated jokes.
Just a string of nonsensical vastly unfunny jokes, gags, and one-liners all of which seems to have been written from comedy class 101 at the local community center...
...not horrible, but it's to a specific taste.
"My name is Rock Slyde. I blame my mother. With a name like that, I was destined for one of two career paths: detective work or porn. After starring in two "art films," I decided the glamorous life of a porn star wasn't for me. Besides...I was hung like a hamster."
Patrick Warburton is Rock Slyde, a private dick whose nose for crime makes him the perfect guy for tracking down a sexy client's stalker.
Apart from resisting the advances of femme fatale Rena Sofer's mysterious Sara Lee because he has a thing for black women after spending his childhood days watching "Soul Train," Slyde faces down adversary cult leader Andy Dick (Blessed Guru Bart of Bartology) whose main objective is to take over Slyde's office space to gain control of the building while rescuing his brainwashed secretary from their evil clutches.
Look out for cool cameos of "Dancing with the Stars" host Tom Bergeron, Eric Roberts (annoyed delivery guy) and that of Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) as a Jewish U.S. postal carrier. Good clean fun and Patrick nails the title character of Rock Slyde.
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