In many ways, Artie Woods is a typical college senior: he's shy, a bit awkward, and is still trying to figure out how to fit in. But Artie has a problem that makes it difficult to interact with people. Since he was a child, Artie has been stricken with chronic flatulence, and while his good friend Bear accepts him as he is and gets him into a fraternity, not every one else is so charitable about Artie's frequent gaseous outbursts. Artie becomes infatuated with Andrea, a sexy co-ed, and to his surprise, Andrea seems interested in him as well. But Andrea is just using Artie to toy with her incredibly jealous boyfriend, and Artie doesn't recognize that Emily, a pretty transfer student he's become friendly with, has actually fallen in love with him. Billed as "the comedy that stinks." Written by
I really liked the movie. It's obviously a low budget "B" type production (no offense to the producers intended). However, if you lose the snobish "DVD quality" bias, and look at it with an open mind you will see the real essence of how creative & funny these guys are. I liked the similarity to "CHRIS" the Farley brothers show (ya, I am obviously a huge fan... God bless Chris Farley... I sure do miss him). The character "Emily" by Heather Mccomb was great. I know I fell in love with her and was ready to kick Arties ASS for not seeing how adorable she was from the get go!! I say she's easily going to be the next Rene' Zellwigger (sp-sorry) A true American sweetheart wating to be discovered!! Turns out the movie was a great romantic comedy after all. Ya I am a guy, I own a construction company, lift weights, play guitar in a rock band and STILL like romantic comedies!! There are lots of us out there. I recommend the movie ( I bought it), and hope we see more of this type of production from the cast and crew. To me I like to see that talent, a good script and premise can overcome the limitations of a limited production budget.
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