'The Whole Ten yards' is the sequel to the 2000 comedy 'The Whole Nine Yards'. This new offering finds Oz (Perry) based in LA with a huge dental practice, a flash sports car and a mansion for a home - presumably bought with the wealth acquired in the previous film. However, the lifestlye is not as perfect as it seems with Perrys apparent paranoia sending him and his wife crazy.
It transpires the paranoia is well-founded when he arrives home one day to find a Hungarian Mob waiting for him with the news that his wife has been kidnapped. Of course the mob are not interested in the dentist, they are in pursuit of the hitman Jimmy 'The Tulip' (Willis) and want revenge for the death of the kingpins son Janni Gogolak, which leads Oz to Mexico in attempt to lure Jimmy out of retirement.
The film boasts a stellar cast including Matthew Perry, Bruce Willis, Amanda Peet and Kevin Pollack but the script is too weak for them to show the full range of their acting ability. Don't get me wrong - I thought the film was ok, without being laugh out loud funny - I think most people who enjoyed the first movie will find this watchable fare.