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Michael Cole over 5 years ago
It is EXACTLY as good as you would expect it to be.
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
Crappy CGI. Jokes written for 10 year olds. Shit plot. Yeah. It's really not good.
Lauren Armstrong over 2 years ago
Flo HM over 2 years ago
Jessica Gross over 2 years ago
land maker 3 years ago
Dan over 3 years ago
Richard Sebastian almost 4 years ago
Mariana almost 5 years ago
Nicolaus Miller over 5 years ago
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Brea Thornton almost 6 years ago
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Jackson Teal 6 years ago
gio over 6 years ago
Alejandra Thomas over 6 years ago
Goldfish. over 6 years ago
Kangaroo Jack is a 2003 American comedy film directed by David McNally, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and starring Jerry O'Connell, Anthony Anderson, Christopher Walken, Estella Warren and Adam Garcia. An animated sequel, Kangaroo Jack: G'Day U.S.A.!, was produced and released direct-to-video on November 16, 2004. In the summer of 1982, a boy named Charlie Carbone (O'Connell) is about to become the stepson of a mobster named Salvatore Maggio (Walken). On that same day, he meets his new best friend, Louis Booker (Anderson), who saves him from drowning. The mobster's apprentice, a recently released ex-con named Frankie Lombardo (Shannon), had tried to drown Charlie intentionally by throwing a football deep into the surf, which would make it look like he wasn't responsible. Twenty years later, in 2002, Charlie has his own beauty salon. Yet, Sal's goons arrive every week and take at least 80% of the profits, barely letting Charlie keep enough money for future improvements. Louis is still...
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