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Dirty WorkLife's not so great for Mitch Weaver. He's just lost his girlfriend, his job and now his best friend's dad needs a new heart! In order to fund the surgery, the long-time friends then start a revenge-for-hire business, and soon find success.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 82 minQuality: HDRelease: 1998IMDb: 6.5
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Directors of "Dirty Work"Bob SagetBirthdate: 17 May 1956, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Creators of "Dirty Work"Frank SebastianoNorm MacDonaldBirthdate: 17 October 1959, Québec City, Québec, Canada
Critic Reviews of "Dirty Work"VarietyJune 02, 2008
The outrageousness isn't consistently sustained, and the pic tends to peter out somewhere around the two thirds mark.Globe and MailApril 12, 2002
Tasteless? Oh, yeah.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 14, 2001
A tone-deaf, scattershot and dispiritingly cheesy affair with more groans than laughs.San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 01, 2000
A stupid lowdown vulgar comedy.New York TimesJanuary 01, 2000
Don't bother to hang around for the outtakes. They're not funny either.TV GuideJune 02, 2008
Occasionally funny, but all too often driven by the juvenile conviction that anything even remotely connected with homosexuality is riotously funny...Arizona Daily StarApril 14, 2006
A ribald flood of comic bliss.New TimesFebruary 27, 2004
Okay starring vehicle for Norm MacDonald, but you'd think he could do better.NetflixNovember 07, 2002
: "Saturday Night Live" alum Norm Macdonald's feature debut ain't great, but he is.Kalamazoo GazetteJune 23, 2002
Why does Hollywood think that everyone who ever appeared on "Saturday Night Live" deserves a film career as a reward? What's the excuse for showcasing Norm Macdonald, a third-rate Dennis Miller knockoff whose delivery is slower than Priority Mail?Movie MetropolisApril 08, 2001
...proves that a comedy doesn't need an R rating to be crude, rude, or stupid. Even an innocent PG-13 can do the trick.Film Journal InternationalJanuary 01, 2000
Attempts to carry on the comedic-vengeance tradition, with arguably mixed results.
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