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A nice carefree Disney movie. People need to lighten up with it a bit. It's goofy and fun, so enjoy it! I recently learned that this was Paul Walker's first lead role in a film, and thought that was cool. (First viewing - Late childhood)
I remember seeing previews for this movie through some of the Disney VHS movies I've watched as a kid, but I never got a chance in watching it. But with that said, I've heard that this movie is bad. Normally I wouldn't watch a notoriously bad movie, but I'm curious to know why this is bad.
"Meet the Deedles" is the ultimate groovy 90's filmography dude! Unfortunately it's as ridiculous and stupid as the title might imply. Without any brains, it's predictable and fairly annoying. The film might have had an audience once, but those were all 11 to 17 year old boys growing up in the 1990's and have since grown up. This one is best left forgotten. (VHS' January 31, 2012)
Le type meme du film qu'on fantasme avant d'avoir vu, une sorte d'ode a la debilite. Contrairement au mediocre DUMB & DUMBER, MEET THE DEEDLES a un certain sens du rythme, des acteurs tres sympathiques (JOHN ASHTON, PAUL WALKER & STEVE VAN WORMER) et une histoire qui tient a peu pres la route. C'est neanmoins tres con et enfantin. Gamin j'aurais adore. J'ai juste su apprecier le film a sa juste valeur, ici.
A movie of epicly stupid proportions. It is a huge rip off of Dumb and Dumber, but I think it was due to the fact that Paul Walker and his brother in the movie are really mentally challenged. While it is almost so bad it's funny, it's just way too annoying to like.