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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 ...
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Dave Adler ...
Dave (as David Adler)
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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 ...
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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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Molly: [holds up a candy] Oh, I loved these as a child. You could open them up like this - this is what I always used to do to eat them, then you eat the whitesh stuff, which is probably made with animal lard, but I always say to myself, 'You know, if you don't enjoy yourself not only once in a while, what's the use, you know?'
Bud: Boy, you just don't shut up, do you?
Molly: It was funny, because when Chuck and I first got married, everything we ate was orange and pink...
Bud: Would you please shut up?
Molly: And now, orange...
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Talk' 'bout the Lady with a Blue Dress On!!
31 March 2005 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

For a while I was caught in the trap where I found myself watching independent and foreign films and lying to myself that I liked them. Fatty Drives the Bus is the exception. It is the truth. It is the best "bad" movie ever.

The "badness" of this movie seems to come naturally. Halfway through Satan's opening monologue, the word "Hell" appears at the bottom of the screen. The glamorous Bridget is an unshaven man in a wig and a thrift store dress. It takes the eccentric couple that keeps trying to kill each other FOREVER to walk down the stairs. Jesus walks to a funk soundtrack.

Anyways, Fatty gives the impression that someone lost their tenure for advising a senior's film project. But it's the sincerity of how bad it is that makes it so wonderful. You get the impression the makers knew it was going to be bad, but never forced it.

Never to be duplicated in wonder, Fatty delivers. Highly highly recommended.


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