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Format: DVD
Sku: 40169054
UPC: 024543049531
UPC 14: 00024543049531
Category Keywords: Canada  Crime  Police  Theatrical Release
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Altered state police.
Always looking for action, five over-enthusiastic, but under-stimulated vermont state troopers raise hell on the highway, keeping motorists anxiously looking in the rear view mirrors. Between an ongoing feud with the local cops over whose you-know-what is bigger and state government wanting to close them

"Broken Lizard does [crude humor] with a s***-faced integrity that's worth a salute.  Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
"Damn, it's funny!  Harry Knowles, Ain't It Cool News
"Funnier than a squad car full of Hobbits.  Premiere Magazine
"Hilarious!  Gannett NewsService
"Often making the Farrelly brothers look like Noel Coward, Broken Lizard's material is good-natured and agreeably goofy...  David Rooney, Variety
"There's a thin line between smart-stupid and just plain stupid, and Super Troopers walks it with ease.  Jami Bernard, New York Daily News
"...a smarter and much funnier version of the old "Police Academy" flicks.  Lou Lumenick, New York Post
"...may seriously impair your ability to ever again maintain a straight face while speaking to a highway patrolman.  Todd Anthony, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Editor's Note
Broken Lizard, a comedy troupe formed by former students of Colgate University, wrote and star in the enjoyably lightweight comedy SUPER TROOPERS. They play state troopers who preside over a quiet stretch of highway in Vermont. The low crime rate allows them time to pursue their own interests--mostly playing elaborate pranks on each other and on the hapless speeders they stop. Their captain, O'Hagan (Brian Cox), asks them to settle down for a while, because the governor (an amusing cameo by TV's former WONDER WOMAN, Lynda Carter) is thinking of cutting off their funding and turning their precious highway over to the jurisdiction of the hated local cops, headed by the sneaky Chief Grady (Daniel Von Bargen). The wild and not very bright troops are unable to stay out of trouble, so they'll only keep their jobs if they somehow manage to crack a big drug case. Director Jay Chandrasekhar (who also stars as the smartest trooper, Thorny) does a great job of keeping things quick and light, and the easy camaraderie of the Broken Lizard troupe gives even the grossest humor in the film an appealingly playful quality, harkening back to the innocent days of movies like STRIPES.


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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/7/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 103 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2002
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 2004953
Video UPC UPC: 00024543049531
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Super Troopers - DVD
By: Kaonashi Reviews
Published on: 4/16/2007 12:37 PM
I'm telling you right meow, you've got to check out this movie. Silly, bumbling cops are not a new concept in cinema. In the early 1900s we had the Keystone Kops, while during the '80s we had the Police Academy series. There's just something about watching a group of people goof around in what in reality is a very serious and dangerous the full review
Expert Review Super Troopers - DVD Review
By: Annette Cardwell DVD Reviews
Published on: 11/28/2008 7:33 PM
Written by and starring members of the comedy troupe Broken Lizard, Super Troopers definitely starts out exhibiting a lot of potential. The four guys of Broken Lizard play Vermont state troopers – Thorny, Rabbit, Mac, and Farva – that spend their days pranking folks they pull over on the highway into Canada, played out to particularly good effect in the opening scene involving a car full of stoned college kids. Plus, they get their kicks picking fights with the local fuzz, and battling to keep their precinct from being shut down by the budget-minded governor (Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter) the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Brian Cox
Video Cast Info Daniel von Bargen
Video Cast Info Erik Stolhanske
Video Cast Info Jay Chandrasekhar
Video Cast Info Kevin Heffernan
Video Cast Info Lynda Carter
Video Cast Info Marisa Coughlan
Video Cast Info Paul Soter
Video Cast Info Steve Lemme
Video Cast Info Jay Chandrasekhar - Director
Video Cast Info Joaquin Baca-Asay - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Jumbulingham - Editor
Video Cast Info Jacob Craycroft - Editor
Video Cast Info Kevin Herrernan - Editor
Video Cast Info Peter E. Lengyel - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Special 38 - Musical Score
Video Cast Info Richard Perello - Producer
Video Cast Info Ben Conable - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Steve Lemme - Writer
Video Cast Info Jay Chandrasekhar - Writer
Video Cast Info Erik Stolhanske - Writer
Video Cast Info Kevin Heffernan - Writer
Video Cast Info Paul Soter - Writer

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone
"...[Chandrasekhar] does have a knack for orchestrating raucous comic teamwork..." 02/28/2002 p.66

Total Film
"...These five comedians have the potential to be every bit as cultishly popular as Canada's 'Kids In The Hall'....SUPER TROOPERS showcases their enormous promise..." 11/01/2002 p.109

South Florida Sun-Sentinel 7 of 10
...may seriously impair your ability to ever again maintain a straight face while speaking to a highway patrolman. - Todd Anthony

New York Post 8 of 10
Laugh-out-loud comedies are so rare that you shouldn't casually pass up "Super Troopers", which is essentially a smarter and much funnier version of the old "Police Academy" flicks. - Lou Lumenick 6 of 10
Super Troopers' opening is a good example of its mediocrity. A trio of potheads is pulled over by Vermont highway patrolmen Thorny (director/co-writer Jay Chandrasekhar) and Rabbit (Erik Stolhanske, another co-writer). Before the cops make it to the car door, the poor kid in the backseat is forced to ingest baggies full of weed and 'shrooms. A lengthy prank is played on the threesome by the officers, but the film only makes clever use of the ultra-inebriated guy twice. There's an amusing bit when he hears everyone speaking as if through a tunnel and another where he pleadingly moans, "candy bars"...We're talking Smokey and the Bandit-level humor here...While most of the gags don't inspire hilarity, there are times when an anarchic brand of humor breaks through. In one scene, Mac suggests to his partner Foster that they play the "meow" game with the guy they've just pulled over. This involves trying to say the word "meow" as many times as possible before returning to the patrol car. Foster adopts his best yokel accent and says things like, "Meow fast do you think you were going?" and "Not so funny meow, is it?" While others might guffaw at Farva's alternating between guzzling beer and vomiting copiously at an open-bar party, I preferred these more clever bits. - Rod Armstrong

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
"Super Troopers" plays like it was directed as a do-it-yourself project, following instructions that omitted a few steps, and yet the movie has an undeniable charm. Imagine a group of Vermont state troopers treating their job like an opportunity to stage real-life "Candid Camera" situations. Now imagine that all of the troopers have ambitions to be stand-up comics. And that they were inspired to get into the force by watching "Police Academy" movies. But that they are basically good guys. That kind of describes it...Broken Lizard, I learn, began as an undergraduate troupe at Colgate in 1989, raised $200,000 to make a movie named "Puddle Cruiser," and instead of making a distribution deal did a campus tour to show it. "Super Troopers" aims higher, and may spin off a Fox TV sitcom which, on the basis of this film, might work..."Super Troopers" has kind of a revue feel. There is a plot, which somehow arrives at a conclusion, but the movie doesn't tell a story so much as move from one skit to another, with a laid-back charm that is more relaxed and self-confident than the manic laffaminit style of the "Police Academy" pictures. No movie is altogether uninspired that includes lines like "desperation is a stinky cologne." I can't quite recommend it--it's too patched together--but I almost can; it's the kind of movie that makes you want to like it. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Chandrasekhar,Jay
Product attributeLabel:   Fox Home Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
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