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San Diego radio host Dave Rickards is accused of stealing his partner's encyclopedia, triggering a comedic misadventure co-starring Bob Costas, Dom Irrera, Doug Flutie, Davy Jones, Dr. Laura Schlessinger and Don Rickles. Along the way you are treated to spectacular shots of San Diego County, bizarre secret meetings, real-life flashbacks, radio station politics, conspiracy theories, parties, sporting events, live comedy, and homages to such classic films as "All the President's Men", "The Godfather", and "Office Space". Written by Jules Hypenstein

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18 November 2004 (USA)  »

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$44,000 (estimated)
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All animals involved in the production were humanely destroyed and/or eaten at the cast party. See more »

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2001
Written by Mike Keneally
Performed by Mike Keneally
Published by Spen Music, BMI
From the album Wooden Smoke
© 2001 Exowax Recordings
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Pretty Lame
28 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I give this a 6 because it's slightly better than the average Joe home made project. I am a big fan of the show and I really wanted this movie to be funny, but this movie barely made me politely chuckle at best.

It's nice that its for charity, but it doesn't make the movie any funnier. There are scenes that seem to exist for no reason at all. For example, the softball game didn't progress the plot and didn't have any laughs. It made me wonder if it was included just because the directory wanted to justify asking a bunch of listeners to help out as extras for that scene.

The soundtrack made no sense in a lot of cases. Why is "Live in Japan" even used? There is nothing about Japan even hinted at and it's used at least twice. Once in the movie and over the closing credits. Did the director include this because his friend is on the band or something?

I did enjoy Bromo's bits. He has a natural talent of being a goof. I think he can get laughs just by being himself, which he does. I'd like to see a movie with him as the main character. It would be a bit like watching a grown man version of Napolean Dynamite.


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