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Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers ()

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featuring Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Roy Dotrice, Shelby Fiddis, Rikki Marin

Filmed on location "Somewhere in France", this umpteenth version of Dumas' The Corsican Brothers stars the zoned-out comedy team of Cheech and Chong. ... Show synopsis

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  • The Movie, My Brother! Mar 19, 2010
    by mehaul

    TITLE: Cheech And Chong's "The Corsican Brothers"
    GENRE: Period comedy (French Revolution)
    CAST: Cheech Marrin, Tommy Chong and Roy Dotrice
    PLOT: A pair of empathically attached twins are separated in their youth. When they come together again,the height of privileged atrocities have the French people on the verge of revolt. This story tells of how the two brothers bring the revolution about (Spoiler Alert: Not Historically Accurate)
    RETURN ON INVESTMENT: 6 of 10; It's the great Stoner Duo in a story without drugs! They do show they can act, that their (Chong's) creativity extends beyond roach jokes. The film touchs on torture and sexual perversions (think de Sade) It has a beginning, a middle and an end. There are good comic routines throughout. But, by taking away the drugs, they show the appeal for their humor is limited, also evidenced by the fact this was their last movie together as leads. Idea exhausted. But, Chong does come up with the "My Brother" bit to his advantage.
    DVD BONUS: None
    ADDED NOTES: They summarize this film best in the credits where the location of filming is given as "Somewhere in France".

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