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Dice Rules (1991)

NC-17 | | Comedy, Documentary | 17 May 1991 (USA)

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Gas Station Attendent
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Homeless Woman
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Lee
Noodles Levenstein ...
Bank Teller (as Marty 'Noodles' Levenstein)
Maria Parkinson ...
Berneece
Michael Wheels Parise ...
Dr. Slaughter (as Michael 'Wheels' Parise)
Sumont ...
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Hot Tub Johnny West ...
Deli Clerk (as 'Hot Tub' Johnny West)
Fred Silverstein ...
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Carmine Diorio ...
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Blue-collar humour that should appeal to toilet attendants and emotionally wrecked hausfraus.
24 December 2008 | by (Serbia) – See all my reviews

Watching this embarrassing spectacle was a reminder that the dumbing-down didn't start just yesterday with Paris Hilton's generation. Clay is unfunny and primitive to the bone, hence no wonder the crowds looked like as if every single American gas-station attendant and janitor had been flown to the gig to watch their one and only hero spit out nursery rhymes that any 8-grader could top given just ten minutes and a paper and a pencil.

The humour is beyond sophomoronic: it is utterly predictable and cheap. I'm one of the biggest proponents of political incorrectness in comedy, but being solely un-PC does not a good comedian make. The material, I am convinced, was specifically/intentionally targeted at the country's lowest demographics, and by that I mean the lowest IQs, people with the lowest education levels, even physical appearances. I've seen more intelligent/better-looking crowds at TV evangelist mass prayers. Watching a bunch of moronic riff-raff recite Clay's infantile rhymes was like sneaking a peak at your typical day at a school for the mentally-challenged.

Besides, making fun of invalids is not only downright pathetic, but the easiest thing anyone could possibly do; like stealing candy from a baby. Hence those "gags" were the worst. "Ha-ha, those midgets, they're so short, see!" It's amazing that even the most bird-brained truck-driver would find this amusing...

Clay hasn't even got half the charisma necessary to pull off any of these cretinous jokes. In fact, to get away with such ultra-inferior material, he'd have to be 20 Eddie Murphys, Ricky Gervais's and Dana Carveys rolled into one.


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