Michael Dudikoff - Los Angeles premiere of Well Go USA Entertainment's 'IP Man 3' at the Pacific Theaters at The Grove - Arrivals at Pacific Theaters at The Grove - Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 20th January 2016
Ringmaster is basically a behind the scenes look at The Jerry Springer Show. It follows two trailer trash families who come to Los Angeles to be on the fictional Jerry Show. I think this movie is a comedy but I didn't crack a smile once. Is watching two sluts sleep with any man who wants to supposed to be funny? The only entertaining point of the movie was at the end for about a minute. I won't give it away but it involves a religious person in the audience who has an argument with Jerry. As for acting, Jerry isn't that bad. He's convincing in his role but you have to realize that he's playing himself. I have to admit that occasionally I turn on Jerry's actual show and I enjoy it. But I don't even think fans of the show will like it.
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From the get-go, the movie is nothing but ridiculous. Williams plays a "bad boy" cop who never listens to his captain, and thus tries to take on a gang of kidnappers all by himself. He even drives his car off a suspension bridge -- and manages to land it on the pavement, still driving along!
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The story is so inane and poorly told it defies any further description. Suffice it to say that the bad guys want Dudikoff dead. And Dudikoff likes cigars and setting up booby traps in his home. There's something about Howard's character not liking The Dudi... and there's a hooker who just can't control herself even when her life is in danger.
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