The Longest Yard

Release Date: 16 January 2006 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Director Peter Segal (50 FIRST DATES, ANGER MANAGEMENT) and comedian Adam Sandler are at it again in a fun remake of the 1974 classic, THE LONGEST YARD. In the role of Paul Wrecking Crewe, first immortalised by Burt Reynolds (who appears here as Nate Scarborough), Sandler plays an ex-football star whose career ended amidst allegations of point shaving. Fed up, he drunkenly steals his unfriendly wifes (an uncredited Courtney Cox) luxury car and drives it into a multi-car pileup. This lands Crewe in a cruel Texas state penitentiary. His only respite comes from Warden Hazen (James Cromwell) who wants Crewe to help lead his well-equipped prison-guard football team to the league championship. Crewe timorously agrees, suggesting the creation of an opposing team of convicts to the give the guards an easy tune-up before the season. To the ragtag inmates, this is the chance theyve been waiting for, and they hustle to get their team together so they can exact some revenge on the harassing guards. In THE LONGEST YARD, Sandler steps out of the spotlight he enjoyed in films like BILLY MADISON and HAPPY GILMORE and is instead content to let his sizable cast of co-stars shine in the comedic light. Both the guard and the convict teams are infused with solid contributions from a swath of entertaining personalities: ex-football stars Michael Irvin, Bill Romanowski and Brian Bosworth; pro wrestlers Bill Goldberg and Stone-Cold Steve Austin; ESPN anchors Chris Berman and Dan Patrick; and famed rapper Nelly. However, it is Chris Rock, as Crewes friend Caretaker, whose scenes never fail to steal the show, providing some of the movies most memorable laughs.

Music Video Errtime By Nelly, 9 Deleted Scenes With Optional Director Commentary, Blooper Reel, Featurettes
Release Date: 16 January 2006
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Directed by: Peter Segal

Region 2
Production Year: 1995
Main Language: English
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Catalogue No: CDR38231