Strange Wilderness Reviews

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February 8, 2008
The thing looks like it was shot over the course of six random (weed-filled) weekends, probably for fun at first, but then someone got the idea to release this glorified home movie into theaters. Bad idea.
February 7, 2008
Slinks its way in and out of theaters without leaving any trace of its passage besides a distinct tang in the air of flop sweat and sorrow.
February 5, 2008
No snob to low-brow ridiculousness when it's actually unexpected, I'll admit to being amused exactly once.
February 5, 2008
Unfunny "comedy" is crude, profane, drug-filled.
February 5, 2008
This farcical comedy is a Morlock of a movie--an ugly, subhuman dirt-dweller.
February 5, 2008
The cinematography and sound work are mediocre, but still far better than the material deserves: you can still see and hear what's happening on the screen.
February 5, 2008
At least Gaulke and Wolf didn't have to go far to kill their reputation: During the jungle piranha attack scene, a mallard floats by in the background.
February 4, 2008
This movie is designed for an audience that likes gross-out humour and endless silliness.
February 4, 2008
The use of found footage intended to match-edit their locales, along with the use of wildlife animal scenes, is so crude that I want to call this an exploitation film. (Of nature, that is.)
February 4, 2008
Despite the presence of funny guys such as Zahn, Garlin, Justin Long and Jonah Hill, along with veteran character actors Ernest Borgnine, Joe Don Baker and Robert Patrick, the movie fails to be even passably funny.
February 4, 2008
There are stupid stoner comedies and then there are stupid stoner comedies that ain't funny, and the latest effluvium from Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production company is mostly a bummer.
February 3, 2008
It feels more like a compilation of skits from a failed comedy show.
February 2, 2008
Instantly forgettable and proudly lazy, Strange Wilderness feels like it's being made up on the spot.
February 2, 2008
While it's too pleasant to be irritating, it's also too lackadaisical to be truly funny.
February 2, 2008
Underachieving even by the standards of stoner comedies, Strange Wilderness is so inert that it doesn't so much unreel on screen as loiter there, giggling at its own outrageousness.
February 2, 2008
Laughter is definitely an endangered species where Strange Wilderness is concerned.
February 2, 2008
Sloppy, choppy, and indifferently assembled, Strange Wilderness is slapdash even by the relaxed standards of its executive producer, Adam Sandler.
February 2, 2008
A nearly plotless and always asinine stoner comedy that is so inconsequential it begins to evaporate from the memory before it is even over.
February 1, 2008
You'd have to be more than merely intoxicated to find anything about this dismal stoner comedy remotely funny. You'd have to be unconscious.
February 1, 2008
If you find bong hits, joy buzzers, and turkey fellatio hilarious, then perhaps sterilization is in order...best appreciated under heavy sedation and within close proximity of the fast-forward button.
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