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That answer depends on your tolerance for terrible production values, amateur acting, and a script that sounds like it was written in about 90 minutes — and based equally on half-remembered reruns and Wikipedia. The idea that anyone ever thought putting Dave Coulier on was a good idea — even if that show's casting department did almost immediately change its mind. The movie's lumbering, totally inartful exposition. Sample: “Did you hear Roseanne’s getting multiple pilot offers? it’s like every stand-up comic we’ve ever worked with either has a pilot deal or a movie! Young John Stamos complaining that his career is over because he’s had two failed series at 22. you've had two TV series already, and you're barely old enough to get a mixed drink at the Smash Club! The random bowl of carrots on the Saget family kitchen counter. By this point, we're acquainted with Mama Olsen and Candace Cameron's mom... More often than not, the movie is blandly dull, thanks both to a cast conceived in the Uncanny Valley and a behind-the-scenes saga that boasts few scandals or juicy revelations. The actress playing Bob’s wife and her oppressively Canadian accent. Danny Tanner should know how to properly store carrots. Dave’s less than convincing response when he's told 16. The billion-year-long segment where we’re forced to watch the cast frolic to “Celebration,” as played by Stamos and the Not Rippers. If this were the old Lifetime, that storyline would have been the entire movie. This exchange, which comes completely out of nowhere shortly after we learn that Bob's sister is sick: “Did you know Dave was coming back to work today? The implication that Bob is only acting out because his sister has a terminal disease. to Lori, who has been sitting right behind them the whole time. When is canceled, and the only explanation we get is “sometimes these decisions make no sense.” Great, glad we cleared that up. 's Steve took a reverse trip through the chamber that transforms Steve Urkel into Stefan Urquelle. At this point, the six actresses who have played the Olsens have spoken about ten words combined. The first line of Saget standup we here after the show has been canceled: “And I said, do you know where those nuts have been? John then turns around and says “Hey, I heard what happened” … The Olsen twins’ mom is there to comfort the Olsen twins. We see a recreation of the show's final episode — but there’s no mention of Michelle’s horse-induced amnesia, an actual plot point in the series finale of 70. Bob, at the wedding of his TV daughter Candace to Valeri Bure: “You know what’s better than putting on a bridesmaid’s dress? The awkward moment when Candace Cameron is re-cast with a 24-year-old actress, who's playing Candace as a young teenager. Which seems like a scene scripted by Uncle Jesse himself, because Real John Stamos is certainly not taller than Rebecca Romijn — especially a Rebecca Romijn who's just stepped off the runway in enormous heels. Dave asks the guys if they've heard what's going on with Lori Loughlin, and tells them that she’s getting divorced.
How his sister laughs upon hearing this, instead of delivering him a swift kick to the groin. Seasoned TV Guy to creator Jeff Franklin: “You wrote a great script. The clumsy way the movie notes that Dave Coulier is dating a cover model, then establishes that he isn’t into underage girls (she's 24, he hastily tells Stamos)...
Dave ruining a beautiful moment –- the cast is so excited that they’ve been renewed! Ah yes, that’s what we think of when we think of ’s heyday. Bob’s pregnant wife, to Bob: “We’re going to have a full house ourselves! When you realize that the bulk of this movie’s budget went toward securing the rights to Wang Chung’s "Everybody Have Fun Tonight." 41. How the movie kinda-sorta implies that Stamos and Lori Laughlin are secretly in love, but doesn't have the guts to really run with that story.