thanks for the warning, i mostly eat while watching movies. ;)
Can't envision myself desiring a rewatch but not the poop parade the critics made it out to be, and instead an actual coherent TV-to-film adaptation (in the vein of Strange Brew) that spirals into a much darker world than I'd expected (it's very unsettling whenever actual children are involved with a Tim and Eric production).
My boyfriend and I lost our apatite during this film. Don't eat while watching this.
This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Avoid it like the plague.
Forget the stupid plot, weird comedy, and gross out bits. this is a send up of the conventions of Hollywood films. Things like exaggerated foley, tedious opening credits, phoney motivation, stupid coincidences, action scenes, "immersive" tech like 3d, digital coloring, sappy love themes and tacked on happy endings are all mocked. your enjoyment of this film will depend on how amenable you are to this idea.
Man, this is nome Alejandro-Jodorowski-fucking-John-Waters-cum-The-Kids-In-the-Hall next level shit. Weird as fuck and sometimes funny.
Well at least I know what the worst film of the year is going to be now. Dull, idiotic and devoid of laughs and thats being too kind. The kind of film you finish and think how in the world did that ever get made. Boggles the mind that you can call in those kind of favours in casting yet not come up with a worthy joke for any of them. Just freakin awful.
I'm impressed that this film is not even trying to please its audience. It's alomst avant garde and it's even crazier than the tv show. Parts of it is incredibly funny, others are a little awkward, but in a blessed way. No mainstream aspirations, just pure creativity, wonderful!
I really enjoyed this show! It's pure G-rated fun has Re sparked my love of cinema. It has so much to offer in terms of its set pieces, OSt, and cinematography. Danial Haworth's editing is pure genius with the mixture of made for tv cuts and apearingly seemless match action cutting complimenting the vibrant colors that are found on screen. The most beautiful movie since The Tree of Life (2011)