The Chaperone: Film Review
This comedy, directed by Stephen Herek, is unlikely to do much to advance the World Wrestling Entertainment’s film franchise.
NEW YORK — If World Wrestling Entertainment is to be believed, all of their supposedly fierce combatants are really cuddly pussycats at heart. Clearly aping to emulate The Rock’s success with family comedies, they have embarked on an aggressive program of innocuous, kid-friendly movies showcasing their biggest stars. The Chaperone, starring the massively muscled Paul “Triple H” Levesque, is the latest in a series that has included the instantly forgettable Legendary and Knucklehead.
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