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'The Man'
(Eugene Levy, Samuel L. Jackson, et al / PG-13 / 84 mins / New Line)

Overview: A hapless traveling salesman (Eugene Levy) inadvertently gets involved in an ATF sting operation and winds up playing a key role under the guidance of the lead government agent (Samuel L. Jackson).

Verdict: Well, well, well ... Who knew Samuel L. Jackson and Eugene Levy would make such a dynamic comic duo?! As a two-hander, this movie runs on the engine that is Levy's mouth, but it's Sam's looks, his stares that make it as funny as it truly needs to be to make money. And sure, most will say that 'The Man' is completely unnecessary as a product, and that nothing is especially fresh or original, but it does have a few decent gags and amusing moments.