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Ninja Bachelor Party (1991)

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Bill Hicks ...
Master, Dr. Death, M.D. / Voices / Shotsi's Lover#2
David Johndrow ...
Mr. Doom / Voices / Shotsi's Lover#3
Lynne Rardon ...
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Joe Burlson ...
Porter (as Joe 'Cookie' Burlson)
Lalani Lacey ...
Jimmy Doluisio ...
Bob Reilly ...
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1 January 1991 (USA)  »

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Master: Of course, with every action there's a reaction. I accept all major credit cards.
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Spoofs Citizen Kane (1941) See more »

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A cinematic tour de force, non-stop roller-coaster thrill ride, etc.
1 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I didn't just give it a ten because Bill Hicks is god-like, no sir. This short film is one of the most god damned hilarious pieces of cinematic literature I've ever seen and it is also just enjoyable to watch as well. When I finally came across it, I had to watch it at least every other day, it became the thing that motivated me to get up in the morning. And it's not even good in a so-bad-it's-good sort of way. No sir, it's good in the not-bad-no-it-really-is-good sort of way.

Another reviewer said it wasn't funny at all but then he made a comment about how Kung Pow also tried to use bad dubbing to a humorous effect and critics didn't like. All I have to say is if Kung Pow is his idea of a funny movie, no wonder he didn't like this. Also this movie had absolutely zero budget so the bad dubbing has a bit more of an authentic feel to it than Kung Pow, which had an estimated budget of $10,000,000. I didn't really get his comparison there, of a recent movie that had TV commercials and everything to an old obscure short film made almost entirely by two people, so I wouldn't pay attention to him if I were you.

So you should see this movie, it's good.


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