The ChaperoneMarch 24, 2011
An ex-con on the run from his criminal past, hides out from those he ratted on by chaperoning a field trip to New Orleans.
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 4.6/10 (2,109 voted)
Critic's Score: 33/100
Stars: Paul Levesque, Kevin Corrigan, José Zúñiga
Ray Bradstone (Levesque) is the best wheel man in the business, but he is determined to go straight and be the best parent he can be to his daughter, Sally (Winter), and make amends with his ex-wife, Lynne (Gish). As Ray struggles to find honest work, his old bank-robbing crew, led by Phillip Larue (Corrigan), offers him one last job. He agrees at first, but changes his mind at the last second leaving the crew without a driver. Ray decides instead to serve as a chaperone for Sally's school field trip. When the robbery goes awry, Larue blames Ray and chases the school bus all the way to the Museum of Natural History in New Orleans. Ray must deal with Larue, while supervising Sally's class on what becomes one of the craziest school trips ever.
Jake Austin Walker
Taylor Faye Ruffin
Conner Ann Waterman
Nick – The Bus Driver
Her dad did time… now he wants quality time
WWE Studios [United States] |
Release Date: 24 March 2011
Filming Locations: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Box Office Details
Did You Know?
When Ray is breaking up the fight at the school, one of the boys is wearing a 'Lemmy' t-shirt. Lemmy Kilmister is the lead singer and bassist of Motörhead, the band that performs Triple H's intro song.
Let me ask you some somethin, what's a guy fresh out of prison usually do first?
Usually something stupid.
Not this time my friend.
I'll keep a light on for you.
Chaperone actually delivers
Now I can probably guess what most of the people would think when
hearing about this film for the first time. We have a WWE produced
family comedy/light drama with wrestler Triple H in the title role. He
doesn't quite look like the guy for this kinda role but then again we
shouldn't judge the book by its cover. In truth Triple H can actually
act. I found myself believing his acting and liking his character. I
gotta say I enjoyed this movie more than some of Steve Austins action
bloodbaths. If I was to give you some advice itd be go see this without
prejudice. Leave expectations at the door and just go with the flow –
the ride ain't half bad.