Serving Sara (2002) 720p YIFY Movie

Serving Sara (2002)

A process server tries to serve an elusive female target.

IMDB: 5.39 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 874.12M
  • Resolution: 720x400 / 23.976 (24000/1001) FPSfps
  • Language: Spanish  
  • Run Time: 100
  • IMDB Rating: 5.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Serving Sara (2002) 720p

A process server, Joe Tyler (played by Matthew Perry) is given the task of serving divorce papers on Sara Moore (Elizabeth Hurley), the wife of of a wealthy Texas businessman. To do so he needs to contend with her attempts at evasion and the attempts of a colleague to undermine him.


The Director and Players for Serving Sara (2002) 720p

[Director]Reginald Hudlin
[Role:]Matthew Perry
[Role:]Elizabeth Hurley
[Role:]Bruce Campbell


The Reviews for Serving Sara (2002) 720p


Agree with "Possibly the worst film of 2002!!!!!!"Reviewed byBig O-7Vote: 1/10

Matthew Perry + Elizabeth Hurley + Cedric The Entertainer + Vincent Pastore + Bruce Campbell = this dreck? This is one of the few times that I agree with the critics in that Mr. Perry (who looks like he was having some personal problems at the time of the filming) and Elizabeth Hurley simply do not show enough chemistry to save this sludge. As usual, the cast is game, but the writing and directing is simply not there. So, what gives the movie the 1 star? Hurley's outfits, for sure and Cedric The Entertainer, and the always sublime Bruce Campbell.

SAVE YOUR MONEY and wait for tv!

PS - Want to see Ms. Hurley? Watch ANYTHING else!

Not the worst movie ever made (as everyone made it out to be), but not good either.Reviewed byMovieAddict2016Vote: 4/10

I remember when "Serving Sara" came out I was in the process of moving to England and there were commercials on TV during my pack-out. Each one showed the scene where Elizabeth Hurley gets her pants torn off by Matthew Perry and says, "I said to help me, not undress me!" Of course it was a clever marketing scheme to get teenaged boys (and indeed any males) into the theaters in the hopes of seeing Liz Hurley in underwear for two hours, but they neglected to let audiences know as soon as she says this, she covers herself up with a suitcase and gets a new pair of pants.

The whole movie is like this. It's tricky and devious. The ads presented it as something it wasn't. One critic (was it that awful Earl Dittman of the non-existent Wireless Magazine?) said Liz Hurley was like (and I quote) "...Lucille Ball." Oh, right. Maybe if Lucille Ball had undergone hours of plastic surgery, looked anorexic, had a British accent, long flowing hair, had been unfunny, and single-handedly helped bomb every movie she starred in.

Liz Hurley is an awful actress and (I personally think) just so-so in terms of looks. (Any ugly person can look sexy with millions of dollars. Just look at Paris Hilton.) She's not the only fault of "Serving Sara." The script is like a crappy version of "Midnight Run." It's about bounty hunters and women being tracked down and ruthless guys hiring other hit men to take hit men out and... I honestly stopped caring about ten minutes into the film.

Matthew Perry (looking bloated, unhealthy and utterly bored) basically just mumbles through the whole film. I like Perry (at least on "Friends") but this is not his Big Breakthrough. (Neither was "The Whole Ten Yards," for that matter.) I don't think this is a totally hideous movie - I mean, it's not unbearable to watch. I managed to sit through it. But I was checking my watch a lot.

And then I recalled how, in England, once I arrived overseas, it went straight to video, never given a theatrical release: and I could totally understand why.

Rank and unpleasantReviewed bybeadesVote: 1/10

"Serving Sara" has potential as a case-study in film schools on how to produce a monumentally rank and incompetent movie. From its lame and derivative plot to its mean-spirited tone, sophomoric humor and abysmal editing, it's a stinker from start to long-overdue finish.

Actually, it's over-generous to call the humor "sophomoric", because that can at least be funny sometimes. Think "American Pie." In "Serving Sara" the humor is simply absent. The jokes -- what few transpire -- are weak, obvious and mostly unpleasant.

A turkey in every respect. Avoid.

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