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Blonde and Blonder (2008)

  • Rate: 3.0/10 total 2,236 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Crime
  • Release Date: 18 January 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: 95 min
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Blonde and Blonder (2008)


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  • IMDb page: Blonde and Blonder (2008)
  • Rate: 3.0/10 total 2,236 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Crime
  • Release Date: 18 January 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: 95 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Director: Dean Hamilton
  • Stars: Pamela Anderson, Denise Richards and Emmanuelle Vaugier
  • Original Music By: Peter Allen   
  • Soundtrack: Thats What I Love About You
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Strip Club | Blonde | Lesbian Subtext | Tortoise | Stewardess

Writing Credits By:

  • Rolfe Kanefsky (written by) &
  • Dean Hamilton (written by) &
  • Gerry Anderson (written by)
  • Rolfe Kanefsky  story
  • Eric Parkinson  additional comedy material

Known Trivia

    Goofs: Continuity: Dee's "highest" heels turn into flat shoes during the chase scene and appear again afterwards.

    Plot: Comic mayhem ensues when two lovely blondes, Dee and Dawn, are mistaken as international mob killers. Full summary » |  »

    Story: Dee and Dawn are two dim-witted, pink-clad, blond ladies whom meet by accident and try to make a living with their dull lives, until a series of circumstances ensue when after they unwittingly take jobs at a local strip club, they are mistaken for two deadly female brunette assassins known only as the Cat and the Kit whom are hired to kill the club owner whom is a mobster in a witness protection program. With two persistent, but inept, FBI agents on their tail, the ditsy Dee and Dawn try to stay one step head of the law, as well as try to figure out what is really going on.Written by Anonymous  

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Gerry Anderson known as co-producer
    • Pamela Anderson known as executive producer
    • Jeffrey Barmash known as supervising producer (as Jeff Barmash)
    • Dean Hamilton known as producer
    • Frederico Lapenda known as executive producer
    • Lindsay MacAdam known as co-producer (as Lindsay Macadam)
    • Kirk Shaw known as producer
    • Alain Siritzky known as executive producer (as Alain Sirizky)
    • Alexander Tabrizi known as executive producer
    • Christie Will known as associate producer
    • John Prince known as line producer (uncredited)

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Pamela Anderson known as Dee Twiddle
    • Denise Richards known as Dawn St. Dom
    • Emmanuelle Vaugier known as Cat
    • Meghan Ory known as Kit
    • Joey Aresco known as Agent Campbell
    • Garry Chalk known as Agent Gardenia
    • Jay Brazeau known as Louie Ramoli
    • Woody Jeffreys known as Ad Pilot / Ken
    • Kevin P. Farley known as Leo (as Kevin Farley)
    • John Farley known as Swan
    • Byron Mann known as Mr. Wong
    • Patrick Pon known as Hugo
    • Phoenix Ly known as One Eye
    • Douglas Newell known as Frank
    • Alex Bruhanski known as Godfather
    • Anna Williams known as Suzan
    • Malcolm Scott known as Bernie
    • John Tench known as Ed Gates
    • Kyle Labine known as Porter
    • Alistair Abell known as Mr. Laine
    • Nathalie Fay known as Roulette Girl
    • Peter Benson known as Desk Man
    • Alfonso Quijada known as Info Man
    • Dean McKenzie known as Car Dealership Owner (as Dean Munroe McKenzie)
    • Reg Tupper known as Middle Aged Man
    • Kevin Blatch known as Maitre D'
    • Tosha Doiron known as Hand Stand Dancer
    • Julia Benson known as Last Dancer in Line (as Julia Anderson)
    • Ted Friend known as Announcer
    • Brock Johnson known as Dock Man
    • Teach Grant known as Canadian Guy #1
    • Drew McCreadie known as Canadian Guy #2
    • Dean Hamilton known as Hotel Business Man
    • Michael Roberds known as Film Director
    • Howard Blank known as Bodyguard (uncredited)
    • Sandra-Jessica Couturier known as Stripper (uncredited)
    • Keith Lewis known as Thug #2 (uncredited)
    • Jerry Wasserman known as Chief Fitzgerald (uncredited)



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • John Blaine known as personal hairstylist: Ms. Anderson and Ms. Richards
    • Anne Carroll known as key hair stylist
    • Calla Syna Dreyer known as key makeup artist: additional photography
    • Ceilidh Dunn known as makeup assistant
    • Christina Furuya known as makeup assistant
    • Francie Hart known as hair stylist
    • Francie Hart known as makeup artist
    • Hayley Miller known as key makeup artist
    • Vincenza Sharpe known as hair assistant

    Art Department:

    • Deren Abram known as art director: refilmed scenes
    • Gina Doty known as assistant set decorator
    • Paul Gebeau known as set dresser
    • Antonio Germinario known as props master: second unit (as Tony Germ)
    • Jesse Joslin known as construction coordinator
    • Melissa Olson known as on-set dresser
    • Donna Smith known as props master
    • Spencer Smith known as truck supervisor
    • Tamara Susik known as props assistant




    Production Companies:

    • Rigel Entertainment (presents)
    • First Look International (presents)
    • Pneumatic Pictures (in association with) (as Pneumatic Pictures ULC)
    • Canadian Global Media (in association with)
    • Insight Film Studios (producer)
    • Alexander Tabrizi Productions (in association with)
    • Paradigm Pictures (in association with)
    • Blonde and Blonder Productions
    • Redwood Palms Pictures

    Other Companies:

    • Airwaves HD Post  offline facilities
    • Alchemist Entertainment  the producers would like to thank
    • Arc2 Intertainment  the producers would like to thank (as Arc2 Media)
    • Axium Entertainment Services Canada  the producers would like to thank
    • Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC)  with the participation of
    • DGC  acknowledgment (as DGC Directors Guild of Canada – British Columbia District Council)
    • Digital Film Central  digital intermediate (as Digital Film Central Vancouver, Canada)
    • Film Emporium Insurance Services  insurance by
    • Geoff the Chef  catering
    • Great Canadian Gaming Corporation  the producers would like to thank (as Great Canadian Casinos Inc.)
    • Greenberg Traurig  the producers would like to thank
    • Ikeda-Barry Creative  animation: opening title
    • Jones Brown Insurance  the producers would like to thank (as Jones Brown Inc.)
    • Line 21 Media Services Ltd.  closed captioning
    • Line 21 Media Services Ltd.  combined dialogue, continuity & spotting list
    • Peter Allen Associates Studios  music score recorded at (as Peter Allen Associates Studios Vancouver)
    • Post Modern Sound  sound services by
    • Province of British Columbia Film Incentive BC  with the participation of
    • Rainmaker Entertainment Group (REG)  post production services provided by
    • River Rock Casino Resort  the producers would like to thank
    • Robert & Stahl  legal services by (as Roberts & Stahl)
    • Runway  offline facilities
    • Union of B.C. Performers  production made possible with the generous support of the membership of (also as U.B.C.P.)


    • Rigel Entertainment (2007) (non-USA) (all media)
    • Empire Film Group (2008) (USA) (theatrical)
    • Hannover House (2008) (USA) (theatrical)
    • Falcon Films (2008) (Lebanon) (all media) (Middle East)
    • First Look International (2008) (USA) (DVD)
    • MG Film (2007) (Croatia) (all media)
    • Movie Bank (2009) (Netherlands) (DVD) (rental)
    • Sandrew Metronome Distribution (2008) (Finland) (DVD)
    • Top Film (2008) (Russia) (all media)
    • Transeuropa Video Entertainment (TVE) (2008) (Argentina) (DVD)



    Other Stuff

    Special Effects:

    • Airwaves HD Post (visual effects by)
    • Animal Makers (animatronic creatures)

    Visual Effects by:

    • Luis Alejandro Guevara known as I/O technician
    • Douglas Kerr known as visual effects
    • James McLeod known as visual effects
    • Richard Mintak known as visual effects CGI supervisor

    Release Date:

    • France 17 May 2007 (Cannes Film Market)
    • USA 18 January 2008
    • Germany 28 March 2008 (DVD premiere)
    • Russia 10 April 2008
    • Argentina 12 November 2008 (DVD premiere)
    • Finland 26 November 2008 (DVD premiere)
    • Mexico 28 November 2008
    • Brazil 7 February 2009 (TV premiere)
    • Netherlands 30 June 2009 (DVD premiere)
    • Iceland 27 August 2009 (DVD premiere)
    • Hungary 31 December 2009 (TV premiere)

    MPAA: Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual material, including suggestive dialogue



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. pmcdeee from United Kingdom
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      There are bad movies, terrible movies even boring movies…I can watchmost and put up until the end, not this time. Avoid this like theplague, annoying music throughout, terrible editing, no comedy, itstackier than a novelty mug…My missus wanted to watch this thinking itwould be Legally Blonde material or something kind of watchable, butnever better than average, chick flick. Its the first time she wasbegging me to push the stop button.

      The Girls, well, they were not great to start with (Denise done OK inStarship Troopers and Wild things) but you have sank to the gravel. Ifeel like a mug having spent 30 minutes on this…Pamela Anderson isalmost unrecognisable after much construction work to her face.

      Please take my advice if you want to avoid wasting valuable oxygen andbrain cells ranting at the utter mince that is on your screen.

    2. Kristine ( from Chicago, Illinois
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      When I was at the movie store the other day, I passed up Blonde andBlonder, but something about it just seemed like it could possibly be acute movie. Who knows? I mean, I'm sure most people bashed Romy andMichelle before they saw it, Blonde and Blonder might have just beenanother secret treasure that was passed up. But when I started watchingit: Executive Producer Pamela Anderson, wow, I knew I was in forsomething scary. Not only that, but both of what were considered thepinnacle of hotness: Pam Anderson and Denise Richards, not to offendthem, but they were not aging well at all and they're playing rolesthat I think were more meant for women who are supposed to be in their20's, not their 40's. The story was just plain bad and obnoxious.

      Dee and Dawn are your beyond stupid stereotypical blonde's, they reallydon't have a clue when it comes to what is going on in the world, it'sjust really sad. But when the girls are somehow mistaken for murderassassins, the cops are on their tale and are actually calling thegirls geniuses due to their "ignorance is bliss" attitudes. They areset up to make a "hit" on a guy, and they think they're just going to"show him a good time", but the real assassin is ticked and wants thecase and to kill the girls.

      Denise and Pam just look very awkward on the screen and almost likethey read the script the day before. I know that this was supposed tobe the stupid comedy, but it was more than stupid, it went ontoobnoxious and was just unnecessary. Would I ever recommend this? Not ina million years, the girls are just at this point trying to maintaintheir status as "sex kittens", it's more a sign of desperation andBlonde and Blonder is a huge blonde BOMBshell.


    3. freakfire-1 from Texas, United States
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      How could I best express my feelings about this movie: hideous? aheadache? lack of coherent writing? plain stupidity? Try all of theabove for this travesty. And that just for the direction.

      Story? Well I guess there is a story. Two dumb blondes look for a jobafter they crash a plane into a golf course. They are mistaken for a'world renounced assassin' (sarcasm) and are 'hired' by two 'mobsters'.One thinks "taking him out" means a date, and the other gets the minoractor she dreams of. And of course, the turtle reserve for the fartingturtle, that they build with the casino winnings.

      Sounds likes all this could be funny? Guess again. They try to make itfunny, but its not. Filming sequences aren't well done. I've seenbetter filming in Hong Kong movies. Visuals are average for a late 80sfilm. But the problem is that its a 2007 movie.

      Not worth my time to ever watch this again. It still doesn't beat DannyGlover's "Out" movie from the early 80s as the worst movie of all time,but then again that film is in a class of its own. "F"

    4. kbutcher5 from Denmark
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      This movie is not in anyway funny, it tries to be funny with it's lamehumor, which is so dry and boring that the movie is just 2 hours oftorture. Throughout the whole movie i was thinking one thing, "when isthis gonna end". One thing you have to hand to them, is that they dohave a very few mildly funny moments, which is also why i gave it awhole 2 stars. It is unoriginal and uses up almost every old blondejoke in the book, even the ones that wasn't funny the first time. Itbasically is a movie to belittle blondes and to record the wholerepetoir of blonde jokes.

      To sum it all up, this movie is blonde humor gone bad, it is not worthpaying any amount of money to watch, it is just that bad.

    5. churchofsunshine from United Kingdom
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      Pamela Anderson hasn't exactly set the world alight since the headydays of "Baywatch", and Denise Richard's career has pretty much gone inthe same direction since "Starship Troopers", so with Anderson creditedas executive producer as well as main star, the words "Be afraid. Bevery afraid" were flashing inside my brain in great big neon forty-footletters. The DVD was deep in the bargain basement bin in my localstore, so I wasn't expecting much. It looked like it could be a laughthough. Mind you, Anderson is the wrong side of 40, and Richards is inher late thirties, both of whom playing characters who should really beplayed by much younger actresses in their early twenties.

      It's not original – the girls think that "taking Mr Wong out" meanstaking him on a date and not doing a mob hit on him. That's about assophisticated as it gets – Two dumb blondes who don't have a clue aboutwhat is going on around them. At least the writers avoid the use of toomuch toilet humour apart from the farting turtle, while most of theproduction money probably went on Anderson and Richards matchingwardrobes and the final speedboat chase scene. What you're looking athere is basically a female version of "Dumb and Dumber". It'll neverwin any Oscars, but the fact they have already announced a sequel meansthat no matter what the critics thought, some people actually sat downand watched this film and it made a decent profit, so its clearly notall that rubbish. It helps if you switch your brain off, and if you do,you'll probably find that this film is a fair bit of fun. I do hopethey re-cast some younger actresses for the sequel though. This is afranchise that could go somewhere. 6/10

    6. Dragoneyed363 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      Blonde and Blonder was unfunny.Basically, it was a rip-off girl versionof Dumb and Dumber, but less funny, and they used too much backgroundnoises and music.WAY TOO MUCH BACKGROUND NOISES AND MUSIC IF YOU ASKME!!!!It starts out immensely boring, and TOTALLY inane.It doesn't pickup pace anywhere soon, and I was feeling more frustrated as thisnonsense carried on.Maybe, the only thing that saved me from givingthis movie a 1 was the last 30 minutes.I found it somewhat entertainingand interesting as it neared the end, but that was the only part.Also,I couldn't help but like Pamela Anderson and Denise Richard'scharacters a little.Even though this movie didn't get any laughs fromme, it kept my attention.I wouldn't say to completely avoid this movie,but there are thousands of better films for you to spend your time andmoney on than Blonde and Blonder.

    7. Steve C from China
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      This has got to go down as almost one of the worst movies of all time.Awful acting, awful script… and they were the good points! One toDefinitely miss! The jokes, if you could call them that, were sopredictable as to be pathetic. Pamela Anderson is still relying on herbody to detract from the fact that her acting is just as plastic! I satwilling to give it a chance, hoping that it was going to improve which,alas, it didn't! If it was a choice between this and a book, I suggestyou settle down for a good read! I like Denise Richards, which is why Igave this movie a go, but why she has let her self be cast in thismovie is beyond me!

    8. Gordon-11 from Hong Kong
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      This film is about two blonde girls being mistaken by the police andmobs as ruthless assassins.

      "Blonde and Blonder" is not as bad as I thought. I think the plot andthe jokes work quite well. Having two dumb but attractive girlsmisunderstanding a very grave situation is actually hilarious.Obviously there are no intelligent moments, but at least it does notentirely rely on toilet humour or nudity to make viewers interested. Imean, they are actually very serious about this film, with sohelicopters and speedboats in the final chase!

      "Blonde and Blonder" is a great brain off entertainment for a quietevening. After all, one would not expect any Oscar nominatedperformance!

    9. gridoon2012
      30 Mar 2012, 10:55 pm

      There isn't really much to analyze about "Blonde And Blonder"; it's aforgettable comedy that offers few laughs, but at least it coasts alongpainlessly enough. Pamela Anderson and Denise Richards are OK, but thebrightest moments come from the delicious duo of Emmanuelle Vaugier andMeghan Ory, playing two skintight-black-leather-clad assassins who lovetheir work and are outraged when the dumb blondes of the titleinadvertently threaten to steal their credit for super-efficientkilling-for-hire. They are also pretty much the only characters in thismovie with some brains, as everyone else – not just the title heroines- is, more or less, an idiot. In fact, a movie about Vaugier and Orywould most likely have been much better than "Blonde And Blonder"; butTHIS movie could have been better too, if Pam and Denise did a lot moreof what they did at exactly 1 hour and 24 minutes into it (don't wantto ruin the surprise). ** out of 4.

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