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Chosen One, The

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Horrible Jan. 29 2014
By Matt Ranzenberger - Published on Amazon.com
This movie was terrible. I love Rob Schnider. I know, it's horrible, and I shouldn't, but I do. This movie, this was not a Rob Schnider movie. There's a reason it went straight to DVD, and it's because it's horrible. It feels more like a long Nissan ad with some spots for Heiniken thrown in than a comedy. I really can't find any positives about this movie, other than it was free with my Prime subscription, and it motivated me to shovel my car out from a snow drift. Really. It was that bad.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I wasted part of my life trying to watch this movie. Jan. 19 2014
By mdfulps - Published on Amazon.com
Everything about this movie was horrible. Couldn't even watch it all the way through. Rob Schneider should be ashamed he accepted the role.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Meh Jan. 16 2014
By Frances Shaughnessy - Published on Amazon.com
The story line seemed to drag on and didnt make much sense. Plus i thought it was a comedy. Feels like it took forever to get to the end.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Seriously? Jan. 14 2014
By Concerned - Published on Amazon.com
Not as funny as I expected! Story is ok but lack of comedic plot but good enough to watch to relax.
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Choose This One! Sept. 29 2010
By Jonny Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
What a great movie!

Down-on-his-luck Paul (Rob Schneider) has nothing to live for...his wife left him, his boss hates him, his father committed suicide, his mother (Holland Taylor) and brother (a strange but fairly amiable Steve Buscemi) are nothing more than nuisances, and alcohol consumes him. But when a beautiful South American woman and three shaman arrive on his doorstep, his life takes a drastic turn.

Advertised as a comedy, "The Chosen One" shouldn't be labeled solely as such. There are heartfelt moments, times of trial, instances of soul searching, and life lessons to be had throughout. It is more of a character study than a comedy and one in the vein of subtle drama with light-hearted humor sprinkled in for relief.

Rob Schneider has always been number one in my book. His approach isn't for everybody, but his heart is always in the right place, and his humor, while sometimes silly, is very palatable. "The Chosen One," which Rob also co-wrote and co-produced, is an exceptional movie with great acting and a very touching and moving story. If you harness and carry the understanding of compassion within your being, you will love this movie.

Five Stars!

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