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Anyone not already initiated into the Trailer Park Boys cult will find themselves at a loss, both amusement and information-wise, since familiarity with their antics is assumed. Suffice it to say that few newcomers will be converted by this latest outing.
It gets as stale as pot left too long in the freezer.
You've got to take your toque off to a dumb movie that is clever enough to try to rook Ottawa politicians into doing the right thing for the wrong reason.
It's pretty outrageous, though not my cup of tea. If you've liked the Trailer Park Boys in the past, though, Don't Legalize It doesn't really mess with the formula.
There's always been a TPB formula, but everyone involved knows how to tweak things just enough for each new chapter. Don't Legalize It is an earned victory lap.
There are some funny physical comedy bits-Wells is the best at them-but nothing especially riotous ever happens, and Haligonians will notice the city standing in for everything but Parliament Hill.
Marijuana legalization is a hot button issue, ripe for boundary-pushing humor. Don't Legalize It oddly pulls back at the very moment when it should be charging forward with all its might.
Jags and lags, offering no buzz at all to its trips into road-movie, bromance and stoner-comedy territory. It's all a rather genial, homegrown failure at a scheming-and-conning crop of a comedy.
Given how established their roles are, Don't Legalize It could really use some sort of narrative pull, but it is mostly just content to stand in the middle and watch everyone circle in their fitfully funny ruts.
It's tolerable because director Mike Clattenburg, who created the series, overlays the stumblebum ineptitude with a layer of affection.
As rudely and crudely funny (and strangely endearing) as our fave Canucklehheads have ever been on film.
...a crazed road trip to Chuckleville.
Third Trailer Park Boys film is yet another fun, entertaining comedy that is well worth seeing if you enjoy low brow comedy. I am a fan of the show, and enjoyed the films as a whole. With this third film, we get more of the crazy antics of the boys, and they don't disappoint. If you enjoy watching the Trailer Park Boys, you surely won't be disappointed with this film. For what it is, it's a fun, entertaining and insane comedy experience that pushes the boundaries even further, and that's saying something considering that this is TPB. The gags are the same old stuff, but at the same time, there are a few refreshing new ideas to add much more depth to the feel of the film, and it gives fans something else to enjoy as well. The concept behind the TPB was always crude, low brow humor that was often ridiculous and pushed the boundaries of good taste. I enjoyed everything that TPB has done, and if this is the final film in trilogy, they went out on a high note. The film has enough comedic content to satisfy fans, and for what it is, it's a well plotted comedy that is sure not to disappoint fans of the first two films. The film is a well thought out comedy, and if you enjoy these types of movies, then this is a film not to miss. The film succeeds on many levels, but at times, I must admit, the film could have been a bit better, and some ideas could have been improved upon. Nonetheless, this is well worth seeing if you're a fan, and it's an entertaining film for what it is.
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