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Amanda Mathews over 2 years ago
I thought it was funny but not really a watch again movie.
Michael Cole almost 3 years ago
Even for Vin Diesel the acting seems forced.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
Not even remotely original, but still good for a couple of easy laughs. Or at least it was
Robyn Wilde 5 months ago
Don Lathrop 8 months ago
Ben Hobbs 12 months ago
Giorgia 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
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Bethany Foster over 2 years ago
jojodoug over 2 years ago
The Pacifier is a 2005 comedy film directed by Adam Shankman and written by Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant. It stars Vin Diesel, Lauren Graham, Faith Ford, Brittany Snow, Max Thieriot, Morgan York, Carol Kane, and Brad Garrett. The film was released in March 2005 by Walt Disney Pictures, and earned US$30 million in its opening weekend. It is also the first non-action film starring Vin Diesel, the second being Find Me Guilty, which is a legal drama. U.S. Navy SEAL Lieutenant Shane Wolfe (Vin Diesel) is assigned to rescue Howard Plummer (Tate Donovan), a man working on a top-secret government project, from a group of Serbian rebels. Wolfe and his team manage to get Plummer off an enemy boat; moments later, Wolfe and Plummer are shot while boarding the escape helicopter. Plummer is killed in the attack and Wolfe spends two months in the hospital. Wolfe's commanding officer, Captain Bill Fawcett (Chris Potter), is assigned to escort Plummer's widow, Julie (Faith Ford), to Zurich, where a...
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