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Strange WildernessPeter Gaulke takes over, when his father, a respected wildlife TV host dies, but receives far less success. With the ratings dropping for a wilderness-themed TV show, Peter and his know-nothing crew of stoners and idiots go to the Andes in search of Bigfoot.
Actors of "Strange Wilderness"
Characters of "Strange Wilderness"
Directors of "Strange Wilderness"Fred WolfBirthdate: 7 November 1964, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Strange Wilderness"Peter GaulkeFred WolfBirthdate: 7 November 1964, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Strange Wilderness"Village VoiceFebruary 05, 2008
No snob to low-brow ridiculousness when it's actually unexpected, I'll admit to being amused exactly once.Boxoffice MagazineFebruary 05, 2008
At least Gaulke and Wolf didn't have to go far to kill their reputation: During the jungle piranha attack scene, a mallard floats by in the background.Toronto StarFebruary 04, 2008
This movie is designed for an audience that likes gross-out humour and endless silliness.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 04, 2008
Despite the presence of funny guys such as Zahn, Garlin, Justin Long and Jonah Hill, along with veteran character actors Ernest Borgnine, Joe Don Baker and Robert Patrick, the movie fails to be even passably funny.Boston GlobeFebruary 04, 2008
There are stupid stoner comedies and then there are stupid stoner comedies that ain't funny, and the latest effluvium from Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production company is mostly a bummer.New York TimesFebruary 02, 2008
Underachieving even by the standards of stoner comedies, Strange Wilderness is so inert that it doesn't so much unreel on screen as loiter there, giggling at its own outrageousness.Irish TimesApril 20, 2015
Call me a moron, but I laughed so hard I inhaled my roach.Movies.comApril 04, 2011
Hatefully stupid and unfunny.Suite101.comNovember 10, 2010
Any resemblance to comedy is purely coincidental and unintentional. The only reason to chuckle is to prove you haven't died while watching it. Its credits should be handed to a mercenary. It's not a film. It's the Zeroes' worst pop-culture excretion.Apollo GuideApril 27, 2009
It's just plain lazy (or incompetent or both) filmmaking from start to finish.Movie MetropolisApril 11, 2009
After watching Strange Wilderness, you may want to soak your feet in a tub of live piranhas, just for laughs. You'll find it a lot more fun than anything in this movie.Urban CinefileFebruary 06, 2009
What can you say about a film when its most memorable scene is the one in which Steve Zahn's private parts get caught up in a turkey's throat?
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