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This film is based on the 1994 short of the same name that aired on MTV during commercial breaks. See more »
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[Joe finds a man lying in a pool of blood]
Oh, my god! Mister, are you alright?
Two days, seven hours, twenty-three minutes and four seconds. That's how long I've been lying here.
Are you O.K.?
'Course not! I'm an artist!
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I had never heard of this movie before my 16 year-old son rented the video. It is hilarious. Think of "Babe" as produced by the Marx Brothers, using singing cockroaches instead of mice . Evidently the critics didn't like it much, and I can see how they might not see it as high art, but as entertainment and an enjoyable time in fantasy land, it right up there with the best of them, in my opinion.
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