Drillbit Taylor

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Videos & Photos

  • Trailer1
  • Behind the scenes: Owen Wilson stands up for the kids and gets punched

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Two high school freshmen are targeted by the school bully on the first day of school. The boys hire what they think is a low-budget soldier of fortune to protect them, but he turns out to be anything but.

Cast

  • Nate Hartley
  • Troy Gentile
  • Ian Roberts
  • Owen Wilson
  • Casey Boersma
  • Dylan Boersma
  • Lisa Ann Walter
  • Beth Littleford
  • David Koechner
  • Matt Walsh

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • (Cameo) Adam Baldwin: As one of the bodyguards being interviewed. Baldwin convinced Steven Brill to let him wear his jacket from My Bodyguard (1980) for this scene.
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Goofs

  • When the Tiger Services bodyguard is being interviewed and puts his hand in the cup of coffee from another table, the smoke moves out of the cup and down, although real coffee smoke/steam would just go up.
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Quotes

    • [from trailer]
    • [from trailer]
    • Drillbit Taylor: Now in addition to the Chinese Kung Fu we've got a little Mexican Judo, as in 'Judon't know who you messin' with, homz.'
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Metacritic

50

A relatively lame exercise that never achieves comic traction.

Metacritic review by Kirk Honeycutt
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
75

Even if this movie doesn't quite hit the highs of its predecessor, it's nice to know that there are still filmmakers ready to respect the eternal struggles of freaks and geeks.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
63

There are winning scenes between Wilson and the three teens as they train in various martial arts (like Mexican Judo - as in Ju-don't know who you're messing with!) and get tips from clips of Fight Club and The Untouchables.

Metacritic review by Steven Rea
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer