Simon Sez

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This article is about the film. For the song, see Simon Sez (song).
Simon Sez
Poster of the movie Simon Sez.jpg
Directed by Kevin Elders
Produced by Moshe Diamant
Ringo Lam
Screenplay by Andrew Lowery
Andrew Miller
Story by Moshe Diamant
Rudy Cohen
Starring Dennis Rodman
Dane Cook
Natalia Cigliuti
John Pinette
Music by Brian Tyler
Cinematography Avraham Karpick
Edited by Alain Jakubowicz
Distributed by TriStar Pictures
Release date(s) September 24, 1999
Running time 85 min.
Country U.S.
Box office $292,152[1]

Simon Sez is a 1999 action comedy film starring Dennis Rodman, Dane Cook, and John Pinette. The score for this film was composed by Brian Tyler.


Interpol agent Simon goes on a mission in France to save a kidnapped girl and defeat an arms dealer.


Simon Sez had an extremely negative reception by critics.[2] The New York Times wrote a scathing review, saying that "its plot seems as if it had been fished out of the wastebaskets of writers who have written scores of better examples of the genre dating at least as far back as Dr. No in 1962." but praising Rodman as "inescapably watchable".[3] Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 0% based on 19 reviews.[4] It is ranked 82nd at the IMDB's Bottom 100.[5]

The film grossed only $292,152 in theaters.[6]

Rodman was nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award as Worst New Star of the Decade, but lost to Pauly Shore.



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