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Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)

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Two best friends and a British nature enthusiast set out on a wilderness adventure they'll never forget in this sequel to the rowdy 2004 comedy Without a Paddle. Upon venturing into the woods in search of a high school sweetheart, a pair of best buds (Oliver James and Kristopher Turner) is joined by a wild Brit (Rik Young) who couldn't resist the call of the wild. As the stakes get higher and the squirrels turn hostile, the hapless trio attempts to navigate a raging river while realizing that sometimes nature isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Rating:
PG-13 (For crude sexual humor and language)
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Comedy
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Paramount Home Entertainment

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Cast

Rik Young
as Nigel
Amber McDonald
as Thunderstorm
Jerry Rice
as Hal Gore
Madison Riley
as Heather
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Critic Reviews for Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling

All Critics (2)

I would have liked to have seen a little more edge to the comedy of this movie.

Full Review… | March 5, 2009
7M Pictures

Clearly, the words frivolous and scatterbrained are in play here.

Full Review… | January 20, 2009
Movie Metropolis

Audience Reviews for Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling

While the first movie wasn't all that entertaining - it was passable, this doesn't come close to it whatsoever. The acting was a total joke to be honest. The plot was non-existent, and the movie was simply made up of lame joke after lame joke. Dialoge is poor, setting is not to full effect, story is poorly written, nothing in this is memorable. The squirrel sequence is just retarded and it's subplots are just as stupid. I saw this free and was glad that I didn't pay for it.

Michael Vanderpoel
Michael Vanderpoel

Not enough laughs, but a bit hilarious in this crazy adventure trip sequel, as well as I see the squirrels aren't real (made in CGI) like when these are going to growl and attack onto strangers.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling has nothing at all to do with the first movie. This movie revolves around a guy who meets a vegetarian animal-rights crusader while on the first day of high school, she gets expelled the second day before she can so his 'cool' homemade 'Meat is Murder' T-shirt. Anyways his little friend, who works in a nursing home, accepts the dying wish of an ancient old lady to find her grand-daughter, whom winds up being, little Mizz Feminist crusader. So he, his friend, and a snotty English guy with ulterior motives travel to her last known whereabouts deep in the rain-forests. This movie was atrocious, the joke aren't just easily telegraphed, they're also massively unfunny, the acting is sub-standard and I didn't give a toss about any of the characters involved in the least. Also Jerry Rice was a great football player, and as an actor he was a great football player. That was seriously painful to watch.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

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