The Shipment (2001)





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After smuggling a stolen multimillion-dollar shipment of Viagra into the United States from Mexico, Crazy Jose (Paul Rodriguez) is pursued by an angry New York Mafioso in this outrageous comedy from director Alex Wright. Though the big-city wise guys are determined to recover their profitable pills, their patience is soon put to the ultimate test in a series of rural mishaps.
R (adult situations/language, violence)
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Artisan Home Entertainment


Matthew Modine
as Mitch Garrett
Nicholas Turturro
as Eddie Colucci
Elizabeth Berkley
as Candy Colucci
Robert Loggia
as Frank Colucci
Joseph Cortese
as Vincent Florio
Paul Rodriguez
as Jose Garcia
Gary Chalk
as Dale Dixer
G. Michael Gray
as Lester Tritt
Rob deLeeuw
as Danny
Steve Bacic
as Jimmy
Rob Daly
as Luis
Jay Brazeau
as Marty
Craig Veroni
as Pancho
Wren Robertz
as Cowboy Pete
Colin Naples
as Mexican Cop
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Critic Reviews for The Shipment

All Critics (3)

'Characters are brought together through ludicrous connections that are so unbelievable, it makes it difficult to laugh at even the few jokes that are funny.'

October 9, 2003
Apollo Guide

That the cover art features a cow looking over its shoulder while the title of the picture guides the eye to the animal's rectum should be warning enough for any reasonable person.

Full Review… | November 6, 2002
Film Freak Central

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April 24, 2004

Audience Reviews for The Shipment

Yes, it looks as cheap as those typical Hollywood C-grade "so-so" flick kind. But it is undeniably all right for a laugh or two.


4.5/10. Not a very good comedy, although there are a few funny scenes. I just found myself losing track of what was going on in the film, basically, it bored me from time to time. Bland, not very exciting.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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