Rosa Salazar, far left, Jessica McNamee and Jess Rowland in a scene from "CHiPS."
Peter Iovino/Warner Bros via AP
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"CHiPs" was a wholesome TV show in the '70s and '80s about two California Highway Patrol officers.Reimagined by writer, director, producer and star Dax Shepard, the big-screen "CHIPS" is a tawdry, testosterone-fueled tale built around penis jokes and endless evaluations of women's appearances.Maybe you need to look like Kristen Bell (Shepard's wife, in real life and this film) or have a Y chromosome to find it funny.Jon Baker (Shepard) is a former motocross champ trying to reinvent himself and save his marriage by joining the CHP.Even the CHP chief (Jane Kaczmarek) is reduced to an object.Josh Duhamel and the original Ponch, Erik Estrada, also make cameos, and Estrada gets in on the lady lust.
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