Witless Protection

Witless Protection

2008, PG-13, 97 min. Directed by Charles Robert Carner. Starring Larry the Cable Guy, Ivana Milicevic, Yaphet Kotto, Peter Stormare, Eric Roberts, Joe Mantegna, Jenny McCarthy.

Not reviewed at press time. No advance screenings were held for this new Larry the Cable Guy "misadventure," in which he plays a small-town sheriff's deputy who inadvertently mucks up an FBI operation. Of local note, the Internet Movie Database lists Austin musician Omar Dykes among the film's cast.

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Witless Protection, Charles Robert Carner, Larry the Cable Guy, Ivana Milicevic, Yaphet Kotto, Peter Stormare, Eric Roberts, Joe Mantegna, Jenny McCarthy

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