The worse was Texas Rangers, which now takes the crown of "Most Underutilized Cast" from the previous owner (3000 Miles to Graceland, which even underused *Howie Long*.) This is also a good illustration of a movie so bad it's fun, and a movie so bad it's, well, bad and boring. I mean, this guy directed both Warlock *and* Lake Placid! Come on, man! RQ wins for line of the movie, when one of the characters mentions 'the meek shall inherit the earth,' and she says 'the meek, or the Van Der Beek?' How bad does a movie have to turn out for the scriptwriters to take their names off the movie?
Luckily, my night was saved. Despite the previous movie, I hadn't even been drinking, but Undercover Brother had me cracking up pretty consistently. No, not a particularly deep or complex movie, but it had a fun script and inspired casting. After seeing this, I may end up watching the Dave Chappelle show. Also, my favorite Chris Kattan movie (which isn't saying much) and my favorite role for Denise Richards. Also, I want to buy the General's fried chicken. [And possibly, just possibly, make some Undercover Brother Heroclix...]
Oh, and we watched Kingdom Hospital after that, but I wasn't overly impressed. It's like Twin Peaks but without the logical progression.