What's the Worst That [DVD]
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What's the worst that could happen? Probably being forced to watch What's the Worst That Could Happen? from start to finish without a pause button: it's more lame than a three-legged dog. The plot is straightforward enough: two men, each as crooked as the other, come into conflict when petty thief Kevin Caffrey (Martin Lawrence) breaks into the apparently unoccupied beach house of wealthy and unscrupulous businessman Max Fairbanks (Danny DeVito). The house turns out not to be empty: Fairbanks calls the cops, claims that Caffrey has stolen his ring and coolly claims it back in front of his uniformed audience. It's a ring that Caffrey values because it has just been given to him by his new girlfriend Amber (Carmen Ejogo). He's so desperate to get it back that he hounds Fairbanks through the rest of the film, breaking into various Fairbanks properties as he goes.
Words like "zany" and "madcap" could be used in the interests of charity, but actually the film falls flat on its face. Lawrence is certainly no Eddie Murphy and the plot would need an injection of major talent to give it a chance. DeVito yet again relies on his stature to provide the laughs. John Leguizamo plays Caffrey's sidekick as best he can but the fake sheikhs-in-tea-towels scene induces more groans than laughs. This is one for diehard fans of the lead actors only.
On the DVD: What's the Worst That Could Happen? comes to DVD with a choice of two spoken languages (English or French) and many subtitle options. There's also a generous selection of outtakes, an alternative ending, a music video ("Music" by Erick Sermon) and the original theatrical trailer. It's just a shame that the film itself isn't better. --Harriet Smith --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
The unfortunate thing is there is a good comedy idea behind this film which could have been much better. I thought Danny DeVito was reasonably good in this but he was feeding off scraps with the contrived script. His assistant who was good as was the camp detective who nearly rescues the film.
If you're a die-hard Lawrence fan, get ready to be disappointed because I know this wont be staying in my DVD collection for very long :-s
Martin Lawrence is always a funny man and coupled with Danny De Vito these two comedy greats just feed of each other.
Not one scene in this DVD will send you to sleep; and each second new plot twists are sent at you.
This film you can watch over and over again without any problems and it will always keep you amused.
Only one piece of advice can do this film justice: Buy It.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its an OK film. It starts off slow, but it gets better as the movie goes on. It is a film about wits and who'll outwit the other.Published 15 months ago by Kieran Amos