Hollywood can't resist making rural southern folks, Texans, appear dumb, religious, and oversexed. The Cohn brothers did a better job with Raising Arizona, but I'll give enough praise here to recommend a daft copy. Steve Zahn certainly has mastered the prison-bird-dysfunctional. He barely can express himself in southern drawl so thick, 'how ya doin' sounds like 'hdauon.' Zahn and Jeremy Northam take the identities of two beauty pageant twits and set up shop in Happy, Texas. William H. Macy as the local sheriff is fascinating, brilliant, again. He's a lawman and he's in love with Northam, a 'homoasexual.' Naturally, the in fact straight Northam falls for the blonde clerk of the local bank while Zahn teaches little girls how to win a beauty contest. Zahn finds new sensitivities in dance, song, and Junior Misses. Then the bank robbery goes wrong. Don't worry; they'll be out in 22 months for good behavior. A little slow, but nice try.