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When Brad quits his job at a large cinema chain, to open his own picture theatre, his ex-boss sabotages the opening night by switching the Italian film with a non-subtitled version. Brad and his team hilariously improvise the dialogue to avert disaster. Written by
[Looks at Testiculi after having made love with him]
Was it as good for you as it was for me?
Well... I didn't expect the earth to move... but I at least expected you to.
Your so romantic...
[Sucking, kissing noises as they snog]
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Location: Melbourne Australia, and Somewhere in Spain in 1963 See more »
Easily one of the funniest films I have EVER seen!
This film is brilliant.
If you want to see a serious movie with a great story, acting, and drama, don't bother.
This film was made for laughs, pure and simple, and it succeeds. And boy does it succeed! The film is basically like a feature version of the "Whose Line is it Anyway" game "Film dub".
In the movie, a group of friends decide to buy an old run-down old-fashioned cinema, spruce it up, and bring back the old-fashioned feeling of the cinema. As their premiere movie, they decide to show the last film that was shown in the cinema, a 1960's Italian film called "Hercules". Unfortunately just minutes before the film is to be screened to a group of very prestigious people, they find out it doesn't have any English dubbing or subtitles. In a desperate attempt to save the film, the 3 friends decide to turn off the sound, and create all the characters voices and sound-effects within the projection room itself.
There are a couple of other subplots, but the film is just chaotic brilliance as the friends try desperately to carry on.
I couldn't stop laughing when I saw the film, and you should seriously try and see it next time you get the chance. You won't be disappointed.
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