DVD Review: You Don’t Mess With The Zohan

Posted in DVDs, Film, Reviews
By Sam Bathe on 15 Jan 2009

After faking his death, unfulfilled special forces soldier Zohan Dvir gives up a life fighting terrorists to become a hairdresser in New York, only when his career doesn’t quite take off, he keeps the customers happy in another way, winning back customer for his ailing salon.

Though offering a few laughs on the way, the story struggles to ever really get going, and as Zohan, Adam Sandler gives another hit and miss comedy performance.

Film 2/5 Extras 3/5

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