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Fatty Drives the Bus (1999)

Oh no! It appears as if Satan isn't going to fill his soul quota this month! So of course, he turns himself into a tour guide and takes a bus-load of unsuspecting tourists on a ride down the highway to hell.

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Satan / Roger
Joe Bill ...
Jesus
Ken Manthey ...
Narrator
Dave Adler ...
Dave (as David Adler)
Michael Coleman ...
Chuck (as Mike Coleman)
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Molly
Ellen Stoneking ...
Mamie
Beth Cahill ...
Lana
Mike Monterastelli ...
Bridget
Dan Wachtel ...
Sam
Tom Keevers ...
Bud
Ed Furman ...
Mr. Zodsworth
Jodi Lennon ...
Mrs. Zodsworth
Mark Sutton ...
Martin
Gary Ruderman ...
Fatty
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Oh no! It appears as if Satan isn't going to fill his soul quota this month! So of course, he turns himself into a tour guide and takes a bus-load of unsuspecting tourists on a ride down the highway to hell.

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Satan's Ride on the Highway To Hell! All Aboard For Mayhem!!

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Comedy | Fantasy

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14 March 1999 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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In early rehearsals for Fatty Drives the Bus, writer/actor Eric Von Hoffman was set to play a puddle of water. See more »

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Bud: Hey Sam.
Sam: Hey, what's going on, Bud?
Bud: You remember last night when I said nothing ever happens around here and we never have any fun?
Sam: Yeah, I just thought you were drunk.
Bud: Well, I decided - I was - well, today I woke up and I decided we're going to the big city.
Sam: Nah, I don't like the big cities.
Bud: Come on, Sam, why not?
Sam: Bad stuff happens in big cities.
Bud: Aw, quit being a baby. What can happen?
Sam: Well, like maybe you book us on a bus tour, except the real bus tour wouldn't be there, so we'd have to go on...
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Incredibly odd indie comedy took all of my expectations and savagely beat them over the head
20 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

Is that a good thing? To be honest I'm still not entirely sure.

The cover and plot description of Fatty Drives The Bus shown here on IMDb doesn't even scratch the surface of how utterly bizarre this movie is. I did enjoy the movie to a certain extent, the assortment of bizarre characters are memorable, and the film has a very oddball, surreal sense of humor, which I can get into. There are several scenes where I found myself laughing out loud, and others where I felt very uncomfortable.

Unfortunately there are some scenes that are very slow and go on for way longer than they needed to, some of the scenes are just plain stupid, and, quite frankly, some scenes are just too weird to be enjoyable.

I really don't know who I would recommend this to, as you do need to have a very specific sense of humor to enjoy it. If you are a fan of comedians such as Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, I would say at least give this one a shot.

"You know, Indians lived here before the white man slaughtered them, now all that's left is the totem pole. Hmmmmmm, I wonder if it would fit up my a**!" - The Narrator


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