Ever wonder how they ever managed to make a movie like Orgazmo? Well, bickering duo Elder Tom and Elder Mattt host this tour of the mind of creator Trey Parker and what inspired him to make...
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Ever wonder how they ever managed to make a movie like Orgazmo? Well, bickering duo Elder Tom and Elder Mattt host this tour of the mind of creator Trey Parker and what inspired him to make the movie. Even interviewed are the cast and crew, even features scenes of the original 16mm trailer and more never seen footage. Also discussed is "Does shaving your balls really make the ol' johnson look bigger, how fans loved the movie, collected the merchandise and danced the disco music. Also shown are behind-the-scenes looks at the movie, as well as how difficult each effect was in doing since they didn't have the convenience of computer animation back then. Written by
Dude I have watched this documentary over and over again. Tom Carver and Mattt Potter should have their own show! My wife and I could not stop laughing at the part where Elder Mattt says "Val Kilmer" Very well done and for the nay sayer that says it went on too long...Well apparently he just hates laughing for long periods of time. Besides I think 40 mins is a solid period of time for a bonus feature on a DVD. More bang for your buck. My wife and I love Orgazmo so much and we were so thrilled at all the extras on this DVD. This documentary was the icing on the cake though by far.
Elder Mattt and Elder Tom go door to door and interview the cast of Orgazmo! Including Matt and Trey at South Park Studios. The best thing about it is you can tell that everyone that interviewed was having a hard time not cracking up at Mattt and Tom. At one point Mattt even blasts a real fart during the interview that apparently stunk so bad they had to shut the camera off and take a break. That my friend is comedy genius, you know why? Because he did it to Neuter Man! (The guy who farts on everyone in the movie)
If you love Orgazmo, you will love this cute little doc. I hope to see more stuff from the likes of Mattt Potter and Tom Carver in the future! Great work guys!
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