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Frank Mcklusky C.I.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Dave Sheridan, Cameron Richardson, Randy Quaid, Dolly Parton, Enrico Colantoni
  • Directors: Arlene Sanford
  • Writers: Dave Sheridan, Mark Perez
  • Producers: Ira Shuman, Robert Simonds, Tracey Trench
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
  • Release Date: Jan. 13 2004
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006JDVW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #133,097 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Frank McKlusky, C.I. is the latest movie to follow in the footsteps of the Farrelly brothers (who made Dumb and Dumber and There's Something About Mary). Dave Sheridan plays the title character, an insurance claims investigator whose father (Randy Quaid), a daredevil stuntman, blew up while attempting a motorcycle jump. In response, Frank's mother (Dolly Parton) became a safety nut, forcing her children to wear padded clothing and crash helmets even when sleeping. Frank's one goal in life is to get revenge on two shyster lawyers who prevented his father from getting proper medical attention. But the plot of Frank McKlusky, C.I. is just an excuse for an endless series of tasteless jokes about the handicapped, gays, fat people, bodily functions, and Scott Baio. If this is your cup of tea, you know who you are. Featuring Andy Richter, Kevin Pollack, and Chyna of the WWE. --Bret Fetzer

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After his daredevil father "Madman" McKlusky is left comatose & brain-dead after a motorcycle stunt goes horribly wrong; young Frank McKlusky is bought up to be extremely safety conscious by his overprotective mother (Dolly Parton, still looking quite sexy. Ain't botox a godsend?).
Of course all this mollycoddling has turned Frank into a big sook, and fifteen years later the grown-up Frank is still living with his mother, who insists he wear safety gear at ALL times, including a crash helmet. (Ditto Frank's dog). And his now hippie-backslash-vegetable father & his mute, agoraphobic brother Daryl who always wears a space suit. As if that isn't bad enough the entire family is addicted to reruns of old 80s sitcoms like MR. BELVEDERE & CHARLES IN CHARGE.
Frank now works as an insurance claims investigator. A job his mother feels is nice and safe for him: amusing considering whenever she hugs Frank he is nearly suffocated by her jub-jubs (not a bad way to die, really!).
The "plot" or what passes for one begins to unravel when Frank's overweight partner Dooley is found dead. It is a tragic scene: Dooley is discovered with his head dunked in a fish tank wearing nothing but his underwear. The cops declare it a "classic fat guy suicide". Case closed. But Frank remains unconvinced & with the help of his new partner Sharon (Cameron Richardson), a cute but ditzy blonde, Frank goes against the wishes of the police & his boss to find the murderer.
Written by Mark Perez & Sheridan, FRANK MCKLUSKY CI is a silly but reasonably enjoyable comedy, with cameos from Emmanuel "Webster" Lewis, Lou Ferrigno & of course; Scott Baio is soon worked into the plot- and immediately all the movies feeblest jokes begin to revolve around him. The WWE's Chyna also appears. She can body slam me any time.
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I swear on the soul of my mother, the only way you could possibly laugh at any part of this film is to have some sort of brain damage or possibly be under the influence of a controlled substance. This movie was so terrible, Touchstone Pictures almost didn't release it - The script, the comedy, is as flat as week old beer - I did not once laugh at any part of this movie - the delivery of the actors' lines were stale and I felt worse about myself after forcing myself to sit through the entire thing - Shame on you Touchstone for allowing anything this pointless and boring to be made - To SUM UP - DO NOT Rent this - DO NOT purchase it, If someone gives you this movie as a gift - exchange it for something else - I have seen close over 100,000 films over the course of my lifetime - I beg you to trust me on this - Run, do not walk away from this utter failure trying to pass itself off as a movie -
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Yes the movie is extremely silly and outlandish...but that's the point. I thought this movie was hilarious and laughed out loud many times watching it. It is definately not everyone's cup of tea as one must possess a sense of humor to appreciate comedy. Dave Sheridan was awesome as Doofy in Scary Movie, and he's great in this too. Frank McKlusky C.I. is basically a coming of age story about a man who leads a freakishly sheltered life. His partner (he's an insurance claims adjuster) is murdered and the cops think it's suicide. It's up to Frank to get to the bottom of the case, and in doing so he changes his life for the better. Co-stars include Dolly Parton, and Andy Richter, with cameos by many notable stars. The movie has a bit of Cabin Boy flavor. Definately one for the collection.
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By Kent on Aug. 25 2003
Format: DVD
Let's clear this up from the top: Frank McKlusky is NOT a superior comedy. This stupid (and sometimes offensive) comedy follows the life of over-precautious Frank as he stumbles in and out of a murder case. I say stupid without any regret because it is, sad to say, very stupid. But what makes Frank McKlusky funny is not the over-enforced, cliched jokes (which there are a lot of), but the more subtle and less noticeable things. I did laugh a few times. There WERE some funny moments, but overall it was tasteless and uninspired. A waste of money, but not necessarily a waste of time. Note: Probably the biggest disappointment in the movie is the inclusion of Randy Quaid when, quite frankly, he doesn't even DO anything. Sort of a waste, you know.
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By A Customer on April 30 2003
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Frank McClusky, C.I. is not the best movie ever made, but it is enjoyable if you allow yourself to watch the movie for what it is. The movie was made to be slapstick and funny, it was never meant to be serious! Also, Dolly Parton later reported in a magazine the only reason she did this film was to send Hollywood a message that "she would still do movies"!
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By A Customer on Jan. 3 2003
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I cracked up watching this movie. Dolly Parton is very amusing as the crazy mother. The scenes where McKlusky poses as a female gymnast are hysterical. I could not believe how hard I laughed at parts of this movie. It is moronic, but it is fun.
If you like really really dumb humor and tasteless to boot you will not be dissapointed by Frank McKlusky C.I.
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I didn't know what to think of this film, I didn't know what to expect. Anyway, it has a great story and great actors. It also includes the *band* Hanson. I thought Hanson were finished in music until they returned in the film performing a new song called "Get Up And Go" from their forthcoming album, and I must say, Hanson are better than I thought.
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