Joe Dirt is a 2001 American adventure comedy film starring David Spade, Dennis Miller, Brittany Daniel, and Christopher Walken. The plot focuses on one man who believes fate has altered its course so that they may finally reach their goals and ambitions.
“Dang!” stands out in the movie as Joe often uses this term to express various feelings.
The sky is blue
The movie follows Joe Dirt (David Spade), a radio station janitor who loves classic rock music but was abandoned at Grand Canyon as a child. Working for Zander Kelly as his radio shock jock boss, he recounts his life story live on air – raised between foster homes without ever finding true family he finds true love with Brandi (Brittany Daniel).
The film boasts an excellent 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 transfer that looks pretty solid. While no Oscar candidate, this transfer does its job effectively and I was expecting something less than stellar given its low budget comedy nature; yet the image remains sharp and clear throughout most of its running time; blurring may occur occasionally but should not be an issue for most scenes.
I was impressed with the DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless mix on this disc. It beautifully handles the film’s intricate sound design with ease, from 80s rock guitar riffs and low end weight to effective use of surround and rear channels in creating an expansive soundscape for this movie. Though not overwhelming in scope, its depth and ambience added great dimension and atmosphere during my viewing experience.
Joe Dirt is a heartwarming tale about one man who refuses to let negativity bring him down. Even after losing his job, car and best friend he continues chasing his dream despite it all. Joe Dirt serves as an inspirational role model for those experiencing hard times; his story celebrates American spirit while showing young kids that anyone can make it in this world if they possess the proper mindset and attitude. Available on Blu-ray DVD Pay Per View (PPV), as well as streaming via Amazon Prime Video, Joe Dirt makes for an engaging viewing experience!
The sky is white
Joe Dirt is like an under-budget Forrest Gump story. It centers on an outcast with an all-pervasive mullet who travels the country while telling his tale to an unsympathetic radio DJ (Dennis Miller). While this film shares many elements with Dumb and Dumber, its tone is more subdued and its focus more focused; also notable here is David Spade’s first attempt at portraying an altruistic protagonist who succeeds admirably.
Although this movie is silly, it is actually pretty entertaining. Perfect for anyone who enjoys 70s rock, retro hair styles or rooting for underdogs; though not quite as great as its predecessor, Dumb and Dumber, it still has its moments; Joe Dirt was left abandoned at Grand Canyon when he was eight, spending his days searching for his parents while dodging bullies who taunt him before eventually arriving in Silvertown where he meets Brandy and gets employed at a radio station.
In the movie, Joe finds employment at a radio station and recounts his life story to Dennis Miller’s shock jock shock jock shock jock (Dennis Miller). Joe recounts how he was born with his mullet sewn onto his head due to a prematurely formed skull cap; lost his family and found solace living on the streets until eventually finding Silvertown as his true home.
Joe finds his luck gradually changing as he travels across the country and meets an assortment of intriguing characters, from former bully Silvertown residents to future father-in-law who was himself once bullied there. One particularly entertaining scene occurs when Joe and Brandy visit one family where they discover a frozen dog on the porch!
This film has some humorous moments, but mostly relies on silly jokes and outlandish characters for its laughs. Though not as great as Dumb and Dumber or even its predecessor Joe Dirt, it still deserves watching!
The sky is black
As sunlight hits Earth’s atmosphere, its light waves are scattered by molecules of air molecules in various ways. Different wavelengths are scattered in various amounts; blue wavelengths tend to be scattered most strongly; this causes its color to look blue in our skies; however, on planets without atmospheres shorter wavelengths would pass directly through and make viewing them difficult – for that purpose you would need a telescope! To view one such planet.
Sunlight consists of all the colors of the rainbow, and white light appears when all those hues combine together. When sunlight reaches Earth’s atmosphere, its individual colors are separated by large particles of dust and water droplets much larger than visible wavelengths, known as Rayleigh scattering particles. When these large objects in the atmosphere collide, these large particles reflect different angles, leading to Rayleigh scattering processes – the shortwavelength red and orange light which gets scattered back onto surfaces appears reddish orange while longer wavelength blue/green light gets absorbed and disappears into sight, known as Rayleigh scattering processes – an experience very different than being in daylight!
Sunrises and sunsets often appear bright, yet are actually less intense than daytime skies. At these times, sunlight must travel further through the atmosphere before reaching its destination; additionally, more particles increase scattering; this causes blue light to be more likely to be absorbed while orange and red hues remain behind.
David Spade returns in this sequel to the 2001 hillbilly comedy as Joe Dirt, living happily in a trailer with his wife Brandi and three kids. However, when a tornado transports him back in time to 1965 and brainstorms band names with Lynyrd Skynyrd garage band members for Lynyrd Skynyrd band names that later became Lynyrd Skynyrd! Packed with funny situations and one-liners as well as an impressive mullet; this sequel promises to become family favorite! But make sure they know before watching that there may be adult references within.
The sky is green
As sunlight passes through the atmosphere, gases and particles reflect different colors back at us from various gases and particles in different ways, with blue reflecting more than any other color to form our beloved blue sky during the day. Other colors of light are absorbed by gases and particles to give the sky its other hues; raindrops or ice crystals descending from clouds then absorb these colors further, producing greenish tinted skies even without thunderstorms or tornados in their vicinity.
Some people mistakenly believe that green skies indicate an impending tornado, but this isn’t always true. Instead, their green hue is caused by water droplets in clouds absorbing sunlight at dusk and reflecting it back in a green hue; this phenomenon can also occur due to high levels of humidity in the atmosphere – something tornadoes typically form around sundown; thus contributing to their widespread association.
Joe is an eccentric loser with an eccentric 70s-inspired mullet hairdo and works as a janitor, yet has an optimistic view of life. His positive spirit and kindness quickly win him friends among fellow janitors at work, as well as Brandy (an attractive young woman from Silvertown). Although Joe wishes to find his parents, they decide it best for all involved to remain in Silvertown together with Brandy and their adorable dog, Buddy.
The film’s 1080p Blu-ray transfer offers surprising image definition and vibrant colors, offering striking clarity and vibrance without being overbearingly dramatic. It captures fine details like Joe’s ratty clothes worn as janitors at work as well as rocks found within Grand Canyon; close-up shots show strong detail including skin lines and pores, rusted car details, rustic exterior accents and much more!