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Joe's Take-So, Pee-Wee is still living in the same whitebread town, he's still living in the same cool-contrapted house, and he's still living in his protective bubble. But have no fear, fate is about to step in to give Pee-Wee his next Big uncopyrighted Adventure! (thank you Netflix) Fate rides up in the form of Big Dick Richie from Magic Mike (Joe Manganiello) on a chopper.
After a milkshake and some guy talk, Big Dick convinces Pee-Wee to go and experience life. He hops into his extremely low mileage car (98 Miles) and leaves town. He gets kidnapped by some bank-robbin hotties, thrown down a waterfall, and has dinner with some horny farmer's daughters. Will there be cameos of big actors and characters from the past? Will we get to see his awesome bike? And will Large Marge make an appearance? The days of big circus tents and porn theater jerk sessions are long past. I just wish that people would stop talking about that shit. Don't they have anything better to do with their time? I mean if a guy wants to pleasure himself in the privacy of a public place, what business is it of ours? It was over a quarter of a century ago for God's sake! Let it go! Netflix has been making some really good shows and now let's see if they can make some decent movies. Beasts of No Nation was great, but The Ridiculous 6 was god awful. Let's face it though, Adam Sandler ain't got nothing on Mr. Pee-Wee Herman.
My Prediction- As long Pee-Wee's Big Holiday has the charm and wit like the original, then I don't see how this could be a waste of time. Even though the trailer wasn't that funny, this won't be a Piece Of Shit. I've been wrong before though.
Mike's Take -Pee-Wee Herman returns to the [small] screen to give us his next big adventure. Pee-Wee has never left his hometown. Why? Because he's never wanted to. Everything he needs is there and why should he go anywhere when all he has is already provided to him. That is until he meets Big Dick Richie, who convinces Pee-Wee to go out and experience life. Pee-Wee's Big Holiday feels like a true sequel to Big Adventure, complete with wacky house, weird car and his weird sense of humor. Just like the first movie, Pee-Wee Herman is back and in a bigger way.
Nuff dick jokes?
Prediction? Not a piece of shit.
Pee-wee's Big Holiday (2016)
1h 29min | Adventure, Comedy | 18 March 2016 (USA)
A fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny.
Director: John Lee
Writers: Paul Reubens (screenplay), Paul Rust (screenplay)
Stars: Paul Reubens, Joe Maganiello