And the co-star characterizations -- Iris Bahr as a mannish partner in the health inspection office, Megyn Price as an addled but attractive romantic partner, Joe Pantoliano as a mayor on the make, and Joanna Cassidy as the evil owner of a posh restaurant -- add a certain zing to the homemade-looking affair. The key problem, which is not surmounted, is that there's really no movie here; the Lionsgate release is yet another low-cost, low-intelligence, low-star-wattage affair of the type that Hollywood is cranking so many of these years -- and yet it's unlikely that "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector" would pull any significant audience numbers had it debuted on night-time free cable TV. So why is it being foisted on paying moviegoers? In the end, despite the efforts of the troops, it's a case of (to borrow a Larry phrase) "Git 'er done" -- didn't. Starring Larry the Cable Guy. Directed by Trent Cooper. Written by Jonathan Bernstein and Jim Greer. Produced by Alan Blomquist and J.P. Williams. A Lionsgate release. Comedy. Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content, and for language. Running time: 89 min.