Killing Time with 'The Dukes of Hazzard'

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The General Lee sails over a stream. Credit: Van Redin. i

The celebrated Dodge Charger, nicknamed the General Lee, sails over a stream. Van Redin/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. hide caption

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The General Lee sails over a stream. Credit: Van Redin.

The celebrated Dodge Charger, nicknamed the General Lee, sails over a stream.

Van Redin/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

The Dukes of Hazzard is a film so meaningless that it is almost impossible to review, according to critic Kenneth Turan. He says the movie is, "not empty calories, which implies pleasure, but simply empty. It's a cosmic void where a movie ought to be."

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