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Skippy (2001)

A half-wit falls in love with a beautiful movie star.

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A half-wit falls in love with a beautiful movie star.

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Dumber than Dumb&Dumber See more »

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Romance | Family | Comedy

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Rated PG for crude humor, mild language and innuendo, and for some comedic violence | See all certifications »
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9 March 2001 (USA)  »

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The worst movie I have seen, by far!
28 November 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I go to well over 100 movies a year. This is undoubtedly the worst movie I have ever seen. The plot (and the execution of the plot), the costumes, the dialog, just about everything was horrible. The "trailer" was about 30 seconds long and it contained all of the best parts of it. I enjoyed just the first very few minutes as it showed scenes of Wildwood, New Jersey's boardwalk which I had visited about 15 years before. That was the extent of my enjoyment as the rest of the movie quickly degenerated as low as a movie could go.

A friend and I went to see this movie. Initially there were about 30 people in the audience of all ages and genders. After about 45 minutes my friend and I were the only people still there. Everyone else had left. We stayed until the end to see just how bad it would continue to be (and it was). The movie opened in Los Angeles in about 7 theaters. It was gone in a week and their website disappeared about a month later. The website listed where the movie was showing for that first week and was never updated before it disappeared. It never came out on video or DVD as far as I know but it did make it to cable TV.


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