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Jesus & Hutch (2000)

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Jesus is back. And this time he's fighting crime with his trusted partner, Hutch.

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Paul Harrison

Writer:

Paul Harrison
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Eric Stoltz ... Jesus
Tate Donovan ... Hutch
Chris Hogan ... Young Punk
William Craft William Craft ... Kid
Jonathan David Cook Jonathan David Cook ... Announcer (as Jonathan Cook)
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Jesus is back. And this time he's fighting crime with his trusted partner, Hutch.

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Country:

USA

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English

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The crew of Jesus and Hutch all work on THE X FILES. Paul Harrison got them all to work for free. See more »

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Spoofs Starsky and Hutch (1975) See more »

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Wow, that really wasn't funny!
13 May 2004 | by toucansam3See all my reviews

This 10 minute trailer-spoof is supposed to be a parody of Starsky and Hutch and unfortunately, its not funny at all. I'm a Christian but have a sense of humor when it comes to Christian satire even if it involves Jesus. This could have been really good if it had been done similar to "Ghandi 2" in Weird Al's "UHF", but it moves way too slow and the inclusion of big name actor's like Stoltz really takes away from it. When Jesus beats up a thug, you expect him to recite some Biblical passage but all he comes up with is "Where's your posse now?" When the thug says "F-you", Jesus calls his bluff and the the thug realizes Jesus knows all. Really lame! This could have been really funny, but it just isn't. The only remotely funny parts are when Jesus guns down some Hasidic Jews or when he autographs a Bible for a little kid, but they are played so slowly that the joke is old before the scene is even over.

Proof you need to get satire if your going to write comedy like this. D-


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