Always looking for action, five over-enthusiastic, but under-stimulated Vermont State Troopers raise hell on the highway, keeping motorists anxiously looking in their rear view mirrors. Between an ongoing feud with the local cops over whose you-know-what is bigger and the state government wanting to shut them down, the Super Troopers find themselves patrolling the boundaries of good taste as they hilariously and unwittingly skid towards solving the crime of their lives.
**Commentary by Jay Chandrasekhar and Erik Stolhanske
**Commentary by Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme and Paul Soter
**17 Outtakes and Extended Scenes
**Fox on Blu Ray: Juno, Me, Myself and Irene, There's Something About Mary
Cast & Crew
The dirty jokes provide the funniest moments in this oddly sweet comedy about jokester highway patrolmen.
Anyone who has ever been stalked on the highway by a twirling red light and a siren should find satisfaction in this send-up of state trooper foibles.
[A] smarter and much funnier version of the old Police Academy flicks.
Broken Lizard has a way to go to match the absurdity and conceptual genius of Monty Python or Kids in the Hall, but Super Troopers has promising moments of oddity.
Compared to what tends to pass for comedies these days, this creation of the five-man sketch-comedy team billing itself as Broken Lizard actually induces chuckles at acceptable intervals, which puts it well ahead of the game.
It's a scattershot affair, but when it hits its mark it's brilliant.