Meet the Deedles
Meet the Deedles (1998)

Hawaiian surfer dudes Stew (Steve Van Wormer) and Phil Deedle (Paul Walker), fraternal twins, are about to be expelled from school, so their wealthy and concerned father (Eric Braeden) offers summer camp in Wyoming as a solution. Arriving… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: March 27, 1998
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Critic Score: 4% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Lael Loewenstein

If all of this sounds ridiculous, it is.

Ken Fox
TV Guide

Dumb is one thing, but this sorry attempt at action-comedy from stuntman turned director Steve Boyum is in an intelligence-deprived class all its own.

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Scott Weinberg

Hello, Deedles. Terrible to meet you.

Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

I am prepared to imagine a theater full of 11-year-old boys who might enjoy this movie, but I can't recommend it for anyone who might have climbed a little higher on the evolutionary ladder.

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Clint Morris

Could've spared me the introduction

Dwayne E. Leslie
Boxoffice Magazine

Will adults enjoy this film? Some might be amused by the crazy situations and verbal and visual outrageousness--though they probably won't admit it.

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Anita Gates
New York Times

Pure Disney in the goofy early-60's sense.

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John R. McEwen
Film Quips Online

As I have said in the past, I have barely been able to contain my excitement in the recent avalanche of quality Disney fare. Not.

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Tom Meek
Boston Phoenix

The film is peppered with political jokes, bikini-clad babes, and fart gags, as if it couldn't decide what audience it's aiming at.

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Conner Rainwater
A movie of epicly stupid proportions. It is a huge rip off of Dumb and Dumber, but I think it was due to the fact that Paul Walker and his brother in the movie… More
Andrew Fillmore
Absolutely terrible. The acting is bad, the plot is bad, the movie is bad. It is way too long and I stopped paying attention to it half way through.