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Why We Had to Kill Bitch (2003)

Dead hookers, ice cream laced with marijuana, run-ins with the mob... it's just another average night for Kevin Spilker and his pals. To pass his film class, Kevin is following Eugene ... See full summary »

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Dead hookers, ice cream laced with marijuana, run-ins with the mob... it's just another average night for Kevin Spilker and his pals. To pass his film class, Kevin is following Eugene around for a day with a video camera and calling it a documentary. When the day is over, the question becomes: Has Kevin made the funniest student film of all time? Or has he made a truthful documentary about the wacky night they had to kill Eugene's abusive ex-girlfriend, Bitch? Written by John-Paul Nickel

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the feel good family comedy

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Comedy | Romance

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10 June 2003 (USA)  »

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W.W.H.T.K.B.  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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With a turnout of 1,000 people, the movie's world premiere on 10 June 2003 was the largest premiere of a movie in a Pittsburgh movie theater ever. See more »

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Quentin: Putting a musical horn in '74 Cutless and lacing ice cream with marijuana and selling it to kidsto expand your clientele base is not inventive! Doobies n' Cream!?!
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tres droll on the whole
3 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

At first I thought-Oh, God, another student film catastrophe what with the heavily "dutched" initial segment and the fadeouts into titled sections etc. However, I toughed it out and am rather glad I did. The characters are stereo"typical" midwest[middle-Atlantic?] "slacker" sorts -the narrating one the cliched loafer student in a film program, there's some over-the-top acting [esp. by the "prof" cast member] that could have been toned down a bit...but on the whole a tres droll picaresque jaunt through semi-credible situations. And I quite enjoyed the "at the Improv" scene. The film does have some rough spots, and there are some lame "look at what the help does when the boss/mgr. is not on top of things" cheap yucks but amazingly they seem to work in this flick which normally I would claim to be far too long for its worth...but in this case I wanted a bit more. Not however the lengthy post-flick outtake elements which were not required-I know lots of people like them, I do not. The title is not really flattering and may turn some off but is apropos to the subject. One wonders if the Dave Matthews Band paid for product placement or if it was just an homage by the writer/producer/director. But I will look forward to this group's next effort. Why we had to kill 'Bitch' is like a really, really bad pun. One groans happily when it is finished.


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