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Stereotypes Don't Just Disappear Into Thin Air (2005)

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Made as an experiment to determine the boundaries of comedy and to see of despicable characters can be cast as protagonists, this chooses the most loathesome and unrealistic of stereotypes ... See full summary »

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Buzz Cartier ...
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Jillian Gold ...
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Rocco Martone ...
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Johnny Paoline ...
The American Indian
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Made as an experiment to determine the boundaries of comedy and to see of despicable characters can be cast as protagonists, this chooses the most loathesome and unrealistic of stereotypes to battle their everyday obstacles (which include OTHER stereotypes). The hilarity is relentless. Consume this guilty pleasure with relish. Written by Anonymous

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Awful, awful, awful!!!!
30 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't know what possessed me to watch this movie. It is definitely not marketed honestly. It gives the impression that it is some form of cutting edge comedy. It's not. It's a white supremacist recruitment video made by a bunch of idiots with a home video camera. The picture quality, amazingly, isn't too bad. But the sound quality is terrible. The acting - Wow! If you filmed an anthill and then did voice-overs for the ants, they would be more convincing actors. I think there was supposed to be a plot, but I couldn't tell what it was. Mostly all I saw and heard was bigotry, prejudice, discrimination, and chauvinism.

There is a good deal of gratuitous nudity and sex - and it really is gratuitous and completely tangential to the story. Maybe they knew they couldn't sell the movie otherwise. I can't imagine how low the self-esteem of the women who participated in these scenes must have been to agree to this debasement. And that's coming from someone who has no problem with erotic and pornographic films generally. These women, however, are participating in a bigoted, piece of crap movie and probably for free. Wow! And, no, my negative review isn't an issue of me being politically correct or not. I can laugh at stuff that is humorous but not politically correct (e.g., Carlos Mencia or Lisa Lampinelli). This is intentionally and unabashedly offensive. There is a difference...

If you happen to find a copy of this movie somewhere, do yourself and the world a favor and burn it. It really is that bad.


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