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      The Shipment

      R 2001 1 hr. 35 min. Comedy List
      Reviews 6% 50+ Ratings Audience Score Sheriff Garrett (Matthew Modine) has a new lady who's crazy about him: Candy (Elizabeth Berkley), a beauty who's just arrived from New York City. The problem is, she's married to Mafia hood Eddie Colucci (Nicholas Turturro), who's in town searching for Jose (Paul Rodriguez), a smuggler who managed to get millions of dollars' worth of Viagra into the United States from Mexico. Unfortunately, Jose has decided to double-cross his old partners, who have come for their drugs -- and to kill him. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member Yes, it looks as cheap as those typical Hollywood C-grade "so-so" flick kind. But it is undeniably all right for a laugh or two. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/04/23 Full Review Audience Member LMFAO. This Movie is one of those, you ll want to see once in a while for a great laugh. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/12/23 Full Review Audience Member <b><center> Eddie Colucci: Where is it? Sheriff. Where is what? Eddie Colucci : Viagrose? Sheriff : I dont know? You take Viagrose? Eddie Colucci : Do I look like I need Viagrose? Do I uh? I dont I dont (points gun at the sheriff) Candy Colucci: You need to know something about my Husband, he is a Mafia Both Sheriffs: Mafia the Mafia Mafia?!! Candy Colucci: Yeah the Mafia Mafia. <div align="justify"><p><b> I think Director tried so hard to make this Movie Silly, it was indeed funny and I laughed my ass off. It was really entertaining. The actors tried their best too and they were somehow funny too, but not enough though. The Funny part is the one there is this guy nights goin to search for the stolen Dope even known as (super powered viagra called vigoroso) in Cows asses. LMAO. There comes a sheriff thinks some Pervert mexican doin "bad things" with cows on there while the poor guys arm still stucked in one Cows ass, the sheriff is like "Hands up" Fuckin funny Part. Damm.. I have never seen Mathew Modine playing a funny role. Great for a laugh though ,mostly for Folks who like silly Movies. Lemme tell ya one thing I never like to watch Elizabeth Berkley acting, I aint sure. Never seemed convincing to me. Well each to their own. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/17/23 Full Review Audience Member A made for TV, collision course. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/12/23 Full Review Audience Member 4.5/10. Not a very good comedy, although there are a few funny scenes. I just found myself losing track of what was going on in the film, basically, it bored me from time to time. Bland, not very exciting. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Christopher Null Filmcritic.com Rated: 1.5/5 Apr 24, 2004 Full Review Derek Smith Apollo Guide 'Characters are brought together through ludicrous connections that are so unbelievable, it makes it difficult to laugh at even the few jokes that are funny.' Rated: 48/100 Oct 9, 2003 Full Review Walter Chaw Film Freak Central That the cover art features a cow looking over its shoulder while the title of the picture guides the eye to the animal's rectum should be warning enough for any reasonable person. Rated: 0/4 Nov 6, 2002 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Sheriff Garrett (Matthew Modine) has a new lady who's crazy about him: Candy (Elizabeth Berkley), a beauty who's just arrived from New York City. The problem is, she's married to Mafia hood Eddie Colucci (Nicholas Turturro), who's in town searching for Jose (Paul Rodriguez), a smuggler who managed to get millions of dollars' worth of Viagra into the United States from Mexico. Unfortunately, Jose has decided to double-cross his old partners, who have come for their drugs -- and to kill him.
      Director
      Alex Wright
      Production Co
      Promark Entertainment Group
      Rating
      R
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English