A dramatic comedy about a self-induced attention-deficit disordered, learning disabled, Tourette's syndrome suffering, balance impaired, ex-alcoholic young man from the Upper East Side of Manhattan and the gold-digging girl who inspires him to try to get it together.
Tod Harrison Williams
Seann William Scott,
Taken aback by his mother's wedding announcement, a young man returns home in an effort to stop her from marrying his old high school gym teacher, a man who made high school hell for generations of students.
Billy Bob Thornton,
Seann William Scott,
During a three day heat wave just before a huge 4th of July celebration, an action star stricken with amnesia meets up with a porn star who is developing her own reality TV project, and a policeman who holds the key to a vast conspiracy.
Sarah Michelle Gellar,
Seann William Scott
Ben McGewan has a deal with Chinatown's non-Chinese gang boss, Gregory, to steal one of four mythical god statues reputed to give immense power. This theft, in exchange for wiping out his debt and a fortune to pay his team of frustrated experts. The organize a wild after hours party in a nightclub as cover to break into the vault of the bank next door. Alas, from the start things go wrong ever worse, for everyone. Written by
Ty Olsson & Kavan Smith both would later portray the robotic Deputy Andy on the SyFy TV series Eureka. See more »
When Ben throws down the giant dildo, it goes under a box of some sort. After Ben leaves, it has moved out into the open floor where it is kicked. See more »
There was this thing on Nova. They discovered a totally isolated clan of people in a remote region of Greenland. They were living in a technologically medieval microculture. The Untladhavns. Yeah, no kidding.
And when they sent in this cultural anthropologist he discovered that these people never lied. They didn't even have a word for it.
Hm. That's great for them.
But I bet you the Untladhavns never found themselves in an alley with Jeffrey the epileptic being held together by an FBI agent ...
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Having seen this through a rental release, i think this is a film that deserved much more. For a film that only got a rental release, it seems to be a cut above the rest of many rental releases and perhaps some movies that have released at the cinema.
I noticed this movie for the John Digweed crafted soundtrack, and was pleasantly surprised by the high quality of the film itself.
I could go on for hours about how great i think the whole film is, from the soundtrack to the cast, and to the writer/directors however, i will take up too much space doing so.
However, hats off to to Drew Daywalt and David Schneider who have crafted, along with everyone else who worked on the film, a film that deserves much better treatment.
ten out of ten, two thumbs up etc etc etc
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