With neither the anticipation of The Hateful Eight nor the veneration of The Magnificent Seven, in rides The Ridiculous 6.
The potential freedoms of a direct-to-Netflix deal seem to have been ignored by Happy Madison Productions; Ridiculous 6 feels cheaper, lazier, and all-round worse than even Hot Tub Time Machine 2.
Filled with crass stereotypes, this isn’t parody. Filled with crass dialogue, this isn’t satire. Filled with crass acting, this is ridiculous on every level except fun.
Blazing Saddles is still the genre leader; even A Million Ways To Die In The West is a recommendation by comparison.
Ridiculous doesn’t cut it – Ridiculous 6 is vacuous, puerile and asinine garbage. This is the first of a four-film deal between Sandler and Sarandos – you have been warned.
DIRECTOR: Frank Coraci
WRITERS: Tim Herlihy, Adam Sandler
CAST: Adam Sandler, Terry Crews, Jorge Garcia, Taylor Lautner Rob Schneider, Luke Wilson, Will Forte
SYNOPSIS: An outlaw who was raised by Native Americans discovers that he has five half-brothers; together the men go on a mission to find their wayward, deadbeat dad.