Delta Farce

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"A funny thing happened on the way to Iraq."
  • PG-13
  • 2007
  • 1 hr 29 min
  • 3.6  (11,469)
  • 17

Delta Farce is a 2007 comedy film starring Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and DJ Qualls. The movie tells the story of three army reservists who are accidentally dropped off in Mexico instead of Iraq during a routine training exercise. The group, played by Larry, Bill, and DJ, soon finds themselves in the middle of a real-life battle between rival Mexican factions.

The first character we meet is Larry's character, Larry Johnson. He's a good-natured but dim-witted guy who seems to get into trouble wherever he goes. Next, we meet Bill's character, Bill Little. He's a dentist who has been called up for duty, and he's not terribly thrilled about it. Finally, there's DJ's character, Everett. He's a sweet-natured guy who's looking for love but keeps striking out.

As they prepare to be deployed to Iraq, the trio finds themselves on the wrong plane, which drops them off in the middle of the Mexican desert. They think they've been dropped in Iraq and are unaware of the real-life danger they face.

After they get lost in the desert, Larry's character accidentally shoots a donkey, which turns out to belong to a local gang. The gang captures the trio and uses them as bait in their ongoing feud with a rival gang. It's up to Larry, Bill, and DJ to use their army training and instincts to stay alive and diffuse the tense situation, all while fumbling through their mission as if they're actually in Iraq.

Along the way, they meet a beautiful woman who is also caught up in the conflict, played by Marisol Nichols. She certainly gives DJ’s hopeless romantic character some hope, and the situation wouldn’t be complete without a great villain, played by Danny Trejo.

The trio manages to stumble their way through the Mexican countryside, doing as much unintentional harm as they do good. They inadvertently blow up the local gang's weapons cache and rescue Marisol's character from a precarious situation. They even manage to get a romantic date with her in the middle of the chaos.

Despite their struggles and problems, the group somehow manages to find success in the midst of all the craziness. They even manage to help stop an impending war between the two Mexican factions, taking on their own version of a Delta Force.

The movie's comedic value comes from the often ridiculous situations the characters find themselves in, as well as the witty back-and-forth banter they engage in. Larry the Cable Guy's signature drawl and Bill Engvall's toothy grin make for a fun viewing experience.

In the end, Delta Farce is an enjoyable comedy that puts its three leads in a ridiculous situation and lets them work through it in their own humorous way. It's the kind of movie that doesn't take itself too seriously and knows how to have fun with its plotline.

Overall, if you're looking for a lighthearted comedy with a touch of action, Delta Farce is definitely worth checking out. The combination of Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and DJ Qualls make for a unique and entertaining trio that keeps audiences laughing from start to finish.

Delta Farce is a 2007 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 29 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.6 and a MetaScore of 17.

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    3.6  (11,469)
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