Muffin Man is a "Mockumentary" of the downfall of the human species due to our social excesses (mostly over-eating). Thousands of years in the future, anthropologists from a distant galaxy ... See full summary »

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Benjamin Dunn ...
Michelle Porras ...
Hope
Teri Youngman ...
Spike
Angela Bennett ...
Candy
Angelina Duplisea ...
Pumpkin
Stephen Hodgson ...
Pie (voice)
Mike Short ...
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Muffin Man is a "Mockumentary" of the downfall of the human species due to our social excesses (mostly over-eating). Thousands of years in the future, anthropologists from a distant galaxy are studying the ancient planet, Earth. Presented as a history lesson, the story follows the evolution of the human race from Homo Sapiens (Modern Man) to Homo Twinkus (also known as ... "Muffin Man"), while simultaneously interweaving an age-old love story: Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love with girl. Girl's abusive ex-boyfriend tries to steal girl back. Boy fights ex-boyfriend and wins his love's heart. Boy has ill-fated encounter with one too many donuts. Written by Jessica Eisner

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Extinction isn't pretty

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Movie producer David Workman bought a cover page and a "glowing" review in auction from Seattle's "The Stranger" - an independent newspaper. The auction proceeds were used to feed the hungry. See more »

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Special Appearance by Kim "Fireball" Messer, 4 Time World Kickboxing Champion See more »

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Whip It
Performed by Devo
Written by Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald V. Casale (as Gerald Casale)
Used by permission of EMI Virgin Songs, Inc..
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing
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93 minutes of fatso bashing
1 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This looked like some high school kids' film project. Very juvenile and poorly made. The DVD would serve a higher purpose as a coaster. Poorly acted, poorly written, and lacking in substance. I couldn't wait for it to be over. You know how some movies you want to wait until they come out on video? Well, this one you'd be better off to "just say no!"

I guess it's supposed to be a comedy with a moral that it's bad to be fat. But that point is made immediately, and the repetition becomes quickly tiring. The "joke" about how bad fat people are wasn't funny the first time they tell it, but when it's presented over and over again, it soon becomes more aggravating than humorous. There are no redeeming qualities to this movie.


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