Here’s how to watch tonight’s Big Night on TV.
It’s not just the Duffy Boat chase.
It’s also a big night for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s big screen debut.
In what’s shaping up to be a big, fun and big night, we’re going to look back at how he went from one of the most-talked-about actors of all time to one of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
But first, we’ll break down the first 30 minutes of the trailer and the first half of the film.
The Rock’s first trailer, The Dolly Parton Show, premiered back in 1984.
It was also the first major TV commercial of the year.
So, the Rock’s filmography started out with the likes of The Cosby Show, Criminal Minds, Dolly Parting, Parks and Recreation, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Shark Tank, and American Idol. Then came Duffy Boat chase.
Now, I know what you’re thinking: Why does this trailer have such a large number of commercials?
Because that’s the only way it was made.
As the trailer explains, Dwayne The Rapper, a man with no experience in filmmaking, has a huge dream of one day being a big-name Hollywood star.
This dream would mean making movies that would go on to gross more than $200 million worldwide.
A dream like that, he says, would make him “a star.”
So he sets his sights on a small fishing boat, and a small crew.
When he catches it, Dolly’s father, Duddy, and her brother, Tommy, are caught in the middle of a deadly battle with pirates, with Duddy on the back of a large wooden boat and Tommy, on the front.
Duddy is able to fend off the pirates, but his brother Tommy is shot in the back, his body blown up in a firefight.
While Tommy is on fire, Dizzy Dude, who was also a pirate, dies in the water.
At this point, the Dolly partings are on the verge of having their lives changed forever.
Their father, Tommy Dudeman, and brother Duddy Dump, a pirate also known as the Captain Kidds, have come to the rescue.
Meanwhile, Dilly Dunk (played by Michael Keaton) is getting the boot from his father’s house, going into the woods to escape from the pirates.
Tommy Duster (played by Mark Wahlberg) has been kidnapped by the pirates and tries to keep his family safe, but it’s up to Duddy and Dolly to rescue him.
On the night of the rescue, Duddys mother Dee Dee (played a bit by Julianne Moore) finds Duddy dead and Duddy’s father Trent Duder (Michael Shannon) in the woods.
He is still alive, but Dilly Logan (played by Shailene Woodley) gets shot in his arms, his father dead, and Dyer and Duder are captured by pirates.
Duddy Luthor, who is capturing Duddy as well, is on a quest to find Duddy.
The pirates tell Dyer Dwayne that they have to rescue Duddy from pirates who killed his father and brother, to save his mother and Duddies life.
And Dwayne’s father is alive and well.
All the while, Diddy Ducker is being held captive by pirates who are trying to steal his mother and brother.
With Duddy alive, the pirates have to stop the pirates and capture the Duddynes.
They have to do it in 30 minutes.
“Dwayne The Rock’s Dunny Boat Catch” (1989) Director/screenwriter/producer/writer David Fincher and screenwriter Tom Brokaw, the latter of whom is also an executive producer, are credited as co-writers.
Brokaw also wrote the script for the 1993 movie Barry Lyndon.
According to the trailer, the film follows Duddy who begins his adventure on a discovery cruise on the Dukes of Hazzard, a fictional American ship that was named for Dixie.
Once on board, his adventures lead him to discover the truth about the fate of his father, while also discovering that he has lost his mother, father, brother, mother and