Movie 43

mascan42

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#1
Looks like a throwback to anthology comedies like Kentucky Fried Movie. With a stupidly huge cast.


I . . . can't believe this actually got made.
 

Pigdango

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#2
Is that a real movie? That can't be real. I want it to be real, but it can't be.
 

ruckstande

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#3
This looks like the movie that was made by the Shticky guy.
 

fletcher

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#4
I want to like this movie in advance but I have a feeling its going to be hokey nonsense and will wear thin right quick.
 

BIV

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#5
It can't be. That actually looks...funny.
 

Voodoo Ben

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#6
so it's like It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World?
 

Falldog

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#7
I um okay.
 

ShooterMcGavin

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#9
This will either be really good or complete shit.
 
#10
It looks like something that they've been filming for years. Seann William Scott looks super young in it.
 

LiddyRules

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#11
There's been something nagging me about this movie and I finally figured out what it is. Who is making it? I haven't checked IMDB to learn the answer to it, but I haven't seen a single ad that focuses on who wrote or directed the segments. I know actors are more important than filmmakers to draw in a crowd. But, I think there are enough big names in comedy for that to be a selling point in some ad campaign, or at the very least have a "from the minds that brought you Movie 1, Movie 2, Movie 3, and Movie 4." Instead it's just Richard Gere, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, and Halle Berry.
 
#12
There's been something nagging me about this movie and I finally figured out what it is. Who is making it? I haven't checked IMDB to learn the answer to it, but I haven't seen a single ad that focuses on who wrote or directed the segments. I know actors are more important than filmmakers to draw in a crowd. But, I think there are enough big names in comedy for that to be a selling point in some ad campaign, or at the very least have a "from the minds that brought you Movie 1, Movie 2, Movie 3, and Movie 4." Instead it's just Richard Gere, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, and Halle Berry.
I thought the Farrelly brothers were behind it.
 

ruckstande

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#14
There's been something nagging me about this movie and I finally figured out what it is. Who is making it? I haven't checked IMDB to learn the answer to it, but I haven't seen a single ad that focuses on who wrote or directed the segments. I know actors are more important than filmmakers to draw in a crowd. But, I think there are enough big names in comedy for that to be a selling point in some ad campaign, or at the very least have a "from the minds that brought you Movie 1, Movie 2, Movie 3, and Movie 4." Instead it's just Richard Gere, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, and Halle Berry.
There are about 12 different directors from what I read. It took years to make this. I think it has the potential to be pretty funny. I'll just wait for the DVD.
 

Falldog

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#15
Looking back at all the tepid optimism really breaks my heart.
 

Bill Lehecka

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#19
I was reading that the South Park guys were also attached to this film, but dropped out.

Did anyone see it? It just seems offensive for offensive sake instead of being clever. When you mistake offensiveness for humor, it's never a good thing. Be offensive, but don't substitute that for clever writing. It's one of the reasons I was never a fan of Tom Green.
 
#23
Comedy Central used to run commercials for this DVD movie where it had a bunch of unconnected things in it that was supposed to be the most offensive movie ever. This looks like it may be the major studio version of that.
 

Mother Shucker

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#25
Wow, 6% Rotten Tomatoes?

Got zero stars in Newsday. But they compared it to Grove Tube and Kentucky Fried Movie, both very funny. Of course, I saw them when I was 12, they probably do not hold up that good...
 
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