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The Best Movie Ever Made (1994)

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This comedy sketch conglomeration (in the tradition of "_Kentucky Fried Movie, The (1977)_") is based on the idea that the viewer is watching cable TV and switching channels rather ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Roger Allen ...
Jerry
Steve Bencich ...
Martin / Tip
Talia Botone ...
Stephanie Segal
David Bragg ...
Statan
Elic Bramlett ...
Johnny
Nick Camarda ...
John T. Baptist
Ila Cascio ...
Woman
Bill Cernansky ...
Taste-test Interviewer
Olivier Channly ...
Al
Danny Charns ...
Ed
Kevin Cleere ...
Joey
Frank Conti ...
Mr. Scotch
Kimberly Craig ...
Myke George
Greg Cullison ...
Announcer
Damon Dering ...
Barkeep
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This comedy sketch conglomeration (in the tradition of "_Kentucky Fried Movie, The (1977)_") is based on the idea that the viewer is watching cable TV and switching channels rather capriciously. Over a dozen separate sketches appear, but one particular sketch, "Battle for the Planet of Cheese" recurs in pieces again and again. "Battle for the Planet of Cheese" is a movie-within-a-movie which parodies "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)", "Planet of the Apes (1968)", "Aliens (1986)", "Star Trek (1976)" and many other science fiction films. Throughout the film the current "cable channel" appears on the screen every time a supposed channel change occurs. Written by Bill Cernansky

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occasional laughs
22 April 2003 | by (Pocono Summit, PA) – See all my reviews

Just goes to show that we don't ALL believe everything that we read. Based on the votes, quite a few folks disagree when they read that this is The Best Movie Ever Made. I'm with them. But I DON'T think that this is the WORST movie ever made, either. SOME of the humor DOES set off my laugh track: like - just what I think; or, wish I'd said that. In case you don't otherwise know, what we have here is a film that shows what a channel-surfer sees as he changes the television picture from station-to-station. This allows for a variety of unrelated skits but also our repeated return to the anchoring flick. It's even more tolerable if you're aware that this is an extremely-low-budget effort. Therefore, my opinion is that it is timeworthy and reasonably buy- or rentworthy.


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