From what I can gather, teen movie reviewer Maggie West wasn’t exactly intellectually challenged by her assignment to get out there and Meet the Deedles. Furthermore, I guess that “vurping” would not be a positive response to a film geared toward amusing the young and the restless. So what we have here is a young and restless “wahine,” twiddling her Deedles, wishing that she had picked The Newton Boys to review instead of this “gremmie.” Sorry Maggie, that means I would have been stuck with the dang Deedles. “Pass-a-dena” senorita. Read on:
To properly describe Disney’s latest movie, Meet the Deedles, I have decided to use Deedle lingo. So, be prepared. The story begins when Daddy Deedle (Eric Braeden) decides to send his slacker sons, Phil and Stew (Walker and Van Wormer) to Camp Broken Spirit in Wyoming — hoping to encourage them to straighten up their acts. Of course, the boys are majorly bummed to leave their Hawaiian dream house and be forced to camp out “inland,” where it’s so totally dull that it’s like “watching the Nature Channel with all of those Bambis [deer] and Bullwinkles [moose].” When the Deedles get to Wyoming, they are mistaken for new rangers at Yellowstone National Park — and are sent to work ridding the area of pesky p-dogs [prairie dogs]. The brahs [brothers] figure out that this is way better than being sentenced to Camp B.S., and so they decide to get with the program and try to clear away the p-dogs, pronto. Along the way, these two wacky brothers manage to set loose several wild circus animals, surf down a river, and bestow a hundred tourists with diarrhea. I hate to be neg [pessimistic], but this movie ab-o-looly [absolutely] stunk! Between the bad acting and the weak plot, Meet the Deedles made this wahine [girl] want to vurp [vomit and burp]. I hope no one expects me to boomerang [return] to see Meet the Deedles 2. And my advice to you? Should someone invite you to see this gremmie [loser] movie, just say pass-a-dena [no, thank you].