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Taken as the maligned project it was, you can't expect the world from 'Run Ronnie Run.' That said, Odenkirk and Cross deliver many great moments (some from Mr. Show and some exclusive to this movie). It didn't result in the most cohesive film, but it would have been great to see a sophomore film effort from the duo.
While its cleverness and wit shine through, they don't quite enough to make it transcend being a sketch turned into a movie.
LOL!!!! Way better than Joe Dirt. Funnier and dirtier just as one would expect from David Cross!
David Cross and Bob Odenkirk can do better.
As actors, Cross and Odenkirk can easily do better than this movie. However, they also wrote the script for this, so are almost entirely to blame for its lameness.
Very silly movie. For whatever reason, aims to glorify stupid redneck antics. Maybe rednecks were the target audience...
Not all bad. There are some genuine laugh-out-loud moments. Anything that spoofed Hollywood and celebrity, their superficiality and vacuousness, was reasonably well done.
In keeping with this, Bob Odenkirk is the one to watch. David Cross' character is just plain irritating.
Not as funny as Mr. Show was.
David Cross at his best + some fun cameos can't save a film that gets increasingly stupid as it goes along.
This is better than the hangover, bro
Short moments of brilliance and hilarity are ruined by too much studio meddling in an attempt to make the film more appealing to the masses. The result appeals to nobody, and wastes the great talents of Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. However, Jack Black's "Kick em in the C***" musical number makes a viewing almost worthwhile.
A very silly, but entertaining flick. Bob and Dave are funny as always and the supporting cast of numerous of b-grade comedians really makes it.