They delayed it 7 months due to 9/11. Not that that makes much sense, but you know how Hollywood is. If it has terrorist aspects to the movie, they have to pull it, delay it, water it down, and then release it. Apperantly they forgot that after the attack, that rentals of movies like True Lies and Die Hard went thru the roof, cause people needed a release. And seeing the bad guys get what they deserve in those movies, psychologists said was a major release. :)
Originally posted by JangoFett96
When the film was originally set to open in September I was really excited about seeing it. I must admit having Johnny Knoxville in it was my main motivation, since at the time I was an avid fan of the show Jackass.
Now that the film has finally opened nearly 7 months late, I am skeptical as to whether or not I should see it.
With "High Crimes" opening this weekend, I may just skip this one and catch it on video.