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Fubar (2002)

R | | Comedy, Music | 21 May 2004 (UK)
Headbangers Terry and Dean explore the depths of friendship, and the art and science of drinking beer like a man.

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Dean (as Paul J. Spence)
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Terry (as Dave Lawrence)
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Farrel
Andrew Sparacino ...
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Tracey Lawrence ...
Trixie
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Dr. S.C. Lim (as Dr. S.C. Lim)
Sage Lawrence ...
Chastity Anderson
Rose Martin ...
Rose Murdoch
Jim Lawrence ...
Ron Miller
Laurie D'Amour ...
Laurie D'Amour
Roxana Oltean ...
Cooler Girl 1 (as Roxanna Oltean)
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Margaret Spence ...
Mrs. Mitchner
Sandy Armstrong ...
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Ashley - Campfire Girl (as Elizabeth Simon)
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Terry and Dean are lifelong friends who have grown-up together: shotgunning their first beers, forming their first garage band, and growing the great Canadian mullet known as "hockey hair". Now the lives of these Alberta everymen are brought to the big screen by documentarian Ferral Mitchener in an exploration of the depths of friendship, the fragility of life, growing up gracefully and the art and science of drinking beer like a man. Written by Mark Slone

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Rated R for language including sexual dialogue | See all certifications »

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CAD 350,000 (estimated)
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Farrel Mitchener: The light is up and it's up for me.
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Opening disclaimer: The following "documentary" is fictional. We apologize to any person appearing in the film who believed the documentary was real. Your agreement to appear in the film is greatly appreciated.
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Deeper Shades
Performed by Thor
Written by Jon Mikl Thor (as Thor), Plume, Fleming and Pare
Used with permission of Plumik Productions (SOCAN) and TOEN Wave Music Ltd. (SOCAN)
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F----- Up Beyond All Recognition
12 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

Recently I got to watch two films that were shot in and around my home town of Calgary.

One film was "Open Range" and the other was "Fubar".

Both films are focused on the reactions of two close friends to the trials that life can throw at you. Both films involve a lot of walking around, talking and strange interactions with other characters in the film. Both films feature people who basically wrote, directed and starred in the movie. Both feature lots of cool alberta scenery and both are worth watching. However, while one film is a carefully crafted yet somehow lifeless product that is ultimately a chore to watch the other is a throbbing wild thing that wiggles like a fish in your hand.

The great flick here is Fubar.

I was mesmerized from the start, mostly because I knew all of the locations intimately. Then I realized, I also knew these two guys intimately. I grew up with them. We all played hockey in the living room and busted stuff. We shotgunned pilsners and we all went "camping" and did hideous amounts of damage to ourselves and those around us in the process and we only survived through sheer luck and by keeping the gas pedal floored and not looking back. Man, its bang on right.

This film captures certain of the unique qualities of being "Canadian" better than any other film that I have seen. Nothing Second City or Bob and Doug Mackenzie ever did compares to the genius that made this film. Its not the goofiness or the idiocy, its the spirit of these two bozos that wins your heart.

Bravo, I'm proud of these guys.

Giver!


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