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Blonde and Blonder

Blonde and Blonder ★ 2007 (PG-13)

The distaff “Dumb and Dumber” with lots of pink. Dee (Anderson) and Dawn (Richards) witness a mob hit done by pro Kat (Vaugier) and associate Kit (Ory) and then, somehow, get mistaken for the hired killers. They are offered a contract to take out Chinese gangster Mr. Wong (Mann), naturally believing that “take out” means something much less lethal, thus leading to more comic misadventure. Both blondes are getting too old to play ditzy dames even when they're in on the joke. 95m/C DVD . Pamela Anderson, Denise Richards, Byron Mann, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Meaghan Ory, John Farley, Kevin Farley; D: Dean Hamilton; W: Dean Hamilton, Rolfe Kanefsky, Gerry Anderson; C: C. Kim Miles; M: William Goodrum. VIDEO

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