The Longest Yard
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- Year: 2005
- Country: USA
- Storyline: Paul Wrecking Crewe was a revered football superstar back in his day, but that time has since faded. But when a messy drunk driving incident lands him in jail, Paul finds he was specifically requested by Warden Hazen (James Cromwell), a duplicitous prison official well aware of Pauls athletic skills. Paul has been assigned the task of assembling a team of convicts, to square off in a big football game against the sadistic guards. With the help of fellow convict Caretaker, and an old legend named Nate Scarborough to coach, Crewe is ready for what promises to be a very interesting game. Its only the warden and the guards who have no idea who or what theyre up against, with Paul the driving force behind the new team.
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People are downsizing it because it isn't enough like the original. But to truly enjoy this film, you have to realize that it isn't really a remake. I was laughing from the begging to the end and i can't stop laughing some times when i think about it.It teaches you a lesson on what the importance of what true loyalty means. If you're going to see this, remember, it's not the original. It's genius characterizations of what some prison inmates might act like work perfectly. And the mix of Pro wrestlers also makes it brilliant, especially since you see Kevin Nash's character is completely different to his wrestling persona. Adam Sandler and Chris Rock are also a good pair together the the cast of this film is very talented and funny. This film is really good but I really like the original film better.I thought this remake was a lot more funnier than the original.If you love Adam Sandler and Chris Rock then you will love this film.Def the most funniest film I have seen in 2010.I also really liked the soundtrack 10/10 for a excellent comedy film I love this film, it's just got that dry humor in it. He refuses but suggests that as a warm up game they play the prisoners. I knew it was in some way a spin off from the film Burt Reynolds had been in several years ago(loved it!),but to be perfectly honest the big attraction for us seeing this particular film was Adam Sandler...We love every film that amazing fella has been in,he rocks!! what a fabulously entertaining film this is too...The sound track was right up my son's street, to be honest i don't really like that sorta music,but, on this occasion it was brilliant..
If you want to laugh until your guts split, this is it. After Adam sandlers character Paul is sent to a prison in Texas after being caught drink driving he is asked by the warden of the prison to aid the football team of the prison which consists of the sadistic guards. I was really impressed however as the film went on to actually find some depth to this film and not solely a surface comedy. It has the typical Sandler trates to it such as two regulars of his films are in it. I found this an absolutely brilliant comedy, filled with frequent references to the original. Also, the million one-liners, I guess could be taken badly, but only if you're looking for them to be. The longest yard did not only deal with the sport but actually had a backing story that struck a chord with a majority of the audience and when one of the characters suffered a terrible death many of the viewers in the cinema were welling up with tears. A re-make of an old classic starring Adam Sandler, who plays Paul Crewe, a once in a lifetime quarter back who threw a game before he went to prison. In my opinion, there is no best film of all time, but many 'best' films per genre. Still a very well deserved 10/10 I very rarely as a girl and therefore not a sports fan go and see films based around a sport but this was really worth it.
Although Paul, (Sandler) does train them well, the warden (James Cromwell) has his own agenda to make sure his guard team wins. I know that Adam Sandler and Rob are good friends, and they appear in each others films, but i think that Rob should have had a different person to play....He's overplaying it. it also teaches you at the same time that no matter how much someone put you down you don't have to be what they have perceived you to be. It's so violent at parts but comically funny at the same time (the violence I mean). If you want to laugh, watch it. Together they give the public what they demand, a excellent football game with all the bells and whistles including one big India born behemoth named Turley (Dalip Singh). I could watch this film every week or so and not get bored of it, it's just so cleverly made. I also quite enjoyed the frequent humor derived from taking scenes from the original and changing the words into PG-13. So, if you're down and borred....then put this awesome picture in the DVD/VHS and laugh your socks off, i know i did! The thing that makes it just right, is the thing between Adam and Chris Rock. It has everything you'd want, A massively strong guy who's as emotionally weak as a baby, Men on hormone pills (LOL!!) and then of course the serious story line of power made corruption.
The world seems to be a very violent, broadminded and uncontrollable place. Overall this film was well cast with sandler and even d12 and Nelly making an appearance, the story was quite lighthearted and fun yet did have a realism to it that was good to watch. If you enjoyed any of Adam Sandlers other films or you like American Football or even the original the longest yard you'll love this film. Inside, he meets a rather Motley Crue of misfit cons who in their own way provide Crewe and his team the needed punch to play against the guards on national television. Possibly the reason everybody hates this so much is because they're looking for it to be the original. Especially Richard Kiels character turned into a weightier, less intelligent black man. Every single one of us enjoyed every single minute,and we were still having a good laugh on the way home at the one liners and other hilarious scene's that tickled us pink...What a treat this film was for all of us.Can't wait to buy it on DVD. it's a good entertainment for the whole lotAs we know its a relative to former film mean machine in which the convicts play soccer against guards and win over them, but in this film we see they play NFL which is more challenging and more aggressive and more like a battle than a game where convicts wanna take revenge on the guards.As compared to former version this appeals in lot of ways the direction, the screenplay, the action, star cast.......etc The longest yard" is the template for good comedy with some action. With sadness, humor, violence and plenty of language and prison jokes to entertain you through out the film. I went initially as I am a an Adam sandler fan and thought it would be a laugh.
I would give this film a 10 as I could watch it again and again. It's an homage. Yes there were sexual references, innuendo,swearing, but it was nothing that most kids don't hear somewhere these days. Its an Adam Sandler film making homage to the Longest Yard. But if you want to see Burt Reynolds play a coach, definitely watch it. So, if you're ever tired of these days' mindless action and mediocre drama films, then pop in one of this action packed comedy. In the middle is Caretaker, (Chris Rock) who provides the necessary items for the team and to hone their playing skills. this comedy is very very funny. Few films achieve are made like this, but in the end, it is surely not the best.
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