Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector

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  • PG-13
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 3.4  (12,444)
  • 21

Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector is a 2006 comedy film that stars the popular American comedian, Larry the Cable Guy. The movie follows Larry as he plays the role of a health inspector in a small southern town. Larry is called to the town of Lakeville when the local health inspector falls ill. Upon arriving in town, Larry finds himself in a world of trouble as he investigates the town's restaurants, including the greasy spoons and bars its citizens frequent.

One of the standout features of the movie is the strong performances by the supporting cast, including David Koechner as Larry's sidekick and Michael Papajohn as the town's corrupt mayor. Koechner plays Larry's partner, a fast-talking but ill-informed assistant who often leads the duo into trouble. While Papajohn portrays the corrupt mayor who tries to bribe Larry to overlook the unsanitary conditions of the town's restaurants.

The film is filled with Larry's signature humor, which is sure to delight his fans. He often uses catchphrases and one-liners that would be familiar to anyone who has seen him perform. For example, he claims to be on a "see-food diet," where he promises to eat anything he sees.

Throughout the movie, Larry interacts with the town's residents, including the restaurant owners and staff. Most of the restaurants are riddled with unsanitary and gross conditions, which Larry makes it his mission to fix. The movie also addresses issues around food safety and hygiene, highlighting the importance of cleanliness to prevent the spread of illness.

One of the funniest scenes in the movie is when Larry and his sidekick, Irwin, conduct an investigation of a local Chinese restaurant. Their disguises as Asians results in a comical scene, complete with stereotypical accents and exaggerated gestures.

Another memorable moment occurs when Larry is forced to eat a buffet of questionable foods, which includes dishes such as "fried hamsters" and "mystery meat." He does so reluctantly, further highlighting the importance of food safety and the consequences of neglecting hygiene.

The film features some great physical comedy, including several chase scenes and slapstick humor. These moments are hilarious and provides a perfect complement to the jokes and witty one-liners Larry is known for.

While Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector may not win any awards for its plot or cinematography, it delivers plenty of laughs and is a fun ride from start to finish. The movie is a tribute to the comedian's usual shtick, which is sure to entertain fans of his work. And fans of traditional Hollywood slapstick comedies will find the movie entertaining and enjoyable.

In conclusion, Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector is a lighthearted and fun-filled movie that will keep audiences laughing throughout. Featuring Larry the Cable Guy's signature humor, the film delivers a rollicking good time and underscores the importance of food safety and hygiene in restaurants. If you're looking for a good laugh, this movie is a must-watch.

Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector is a 2006 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.4 and a MetaScore of 21.

Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector
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    1 hr 30 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    3.4  (12,444)
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