Furry Vengeance (2010) – Review

1 Star

It’s hard to imagine anyone over the age of 9 that will be able to sit through this dud, another in a long line of Brendan Frasier family film mis-fires. This is easily the actors worst film since 1999’s ‘Dudley Do-Right’. Like that picture ‘Furry Vengeance’ is also a laugh-less affair with a hypocritical message for the green tween set to boot. Frasier (deserving better) plays a developer overseeing a construction site when he runs into a wildlife area inhabited by the cruelest animals in existence. The film then turns into a protracted series of scenes in which Frasier is pounded in the crotch, blasted by skunks, and even forced to endure a mouthful of Raccoon Piss. For small children and adults amused by animals shoving objects into a human’s orifices.

Director: Roger Kumble
Stars: Brendan Frasier, Brooke Shields

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