The Curse of Inferno Reviews

  • Jul 08, 2018

    Seeing Pauly Shore trying to do a southern accent is just sad. Funny but sad. The whole movie was a cluster f#!k. Not worth watching again

    Seeing Pauly Shore trying to do a southern accent is just sad. Funny but sad. The whole movie was a cluster f#!k. Not worth watching again

  • Nov 25, 2016

    Pretty dismal comedy is only made watchable by the charming Janine Turner. The story has reasonable comic potential, about a pair of bumbling bank robbers, Pauly Shore and Max Perlich, who rob a bank, but then things are complicated when Shore falls for the local police officer investigating the robbery, Turner. Shore is not as insufferable as usual since he's not doing his Weasel character, but he's still not a very compelling or funny of actor. You do get Ned Beatty and Stephen Tobolowsky in supporting parts, but that's not enough to save this unfunny comedy either.

    Pretty dismal comedy is only made watchable by the charming Janine Turner. The story has reasonable comic potential, about a pair of bumbling bank robbers, Pauly Shore and Max Perlich, who rob a bank, but then things are complicated when Shore falls for the local police officer investigating the robbery, Turner. Shore is not as insufferable as usual since he's not doing his Weasel character, but he's still not a very compelling or funny of actor. You do get Ned Beatty and Stephen Tobolowsky in supporting parts, but that's not enough to save this unfunny comedy either.

  • Mar 14, 2010

    (First and only viewing - 3/14/2010)

    (First and only viewing - 3/14/2010)