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The TenThe film tells ten stories, each inspired by one of the Ten Commandments. With each story told in a different style, but containing overlapping characters and themes, the film is a grand burlesque boasting an all-star cast that puts the sin back in cinema.
Actors of "The Ten"
Characters of "The Ten"
Directors of "The Ten"David WainBirthdate: 1 August 1969, Shaker Heights, Ohio, USA
Creators of "The Ten"Ken MarinoBirthdate: 19 December 1968, Long Island, New York, USADavid WainBirthdate: 1 August 1969, Shaker Heights, Ohio, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Ten"Film.comJanuary 15, 2008
...brings to mind the fondly remembered Kentucky Fried Movie/Amazon Women on the Moon anthos from the '70s and '80s.Arizona RepublicAugust 30, 2007
Those worried about incurring God's wrath by seeing The Ten, don't concern yourselves -- by watching the film, you've suffered enough.Orlando SentinelAugust 23, 2007
Thou shalt be funny. Thou, in this case, isn't.Miami HeraldAugust 17, 2007
By flaunting its own stupidity, The Ten practically dares you not to laugh at it, like a stand-up comic who sells an unfunny joke through the ferocity of his delivery.Houston ChronicleAugust 17, 2007
Perhaps the Bible needs an 11th Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Bore. That might stem misfires such as The Ten.Detroit Free PressAugust 17, 2007
If there were Ten Commandments for filmmaking, one would certainly be: Thou shalt not pass off sketch comedy as a feature film, especially when charging $9 a ticket.Times-PicayuneJuly 24, 2009
The beyond-goofy collection of Commandment-inspired vignettes has funny moments, but it's a wildly uneven anthology, with three or four clunkers for every genuine chuckle.San Francisco ExaminerApril 22, 2008
Rudd, whose wry deadpan proved indispensable in Judd Apatow comedies like 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin' and 'Knocked Up,' is used here mostly as a straight man, the host in charge of introducing stories that drift along without any real destination.NewsBlazeJanuary 11, 2008
A blasphemous parody so painful to sit through it seems designed by the Almighty as punishment for heathens and sinners.Las Vegas WeeklySeptember 22, 2007
Most of the segments are as clueless about their designated commandment as they are about what's supposed to be funny.Salt Lake TribuneSeptember 14, 2007
Some bits... are shockingly funny. Others, like the surgeon who causes a woman's death "as a goof," are just shocking without the funny.Deseret News, Salt Lake CitySeptember 13, 2007
Three of the comic segments in The Ten are sort of funny. Three others are just so-so. And the remaining four are just dumb, painfully unfunny and/or downright crude.
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