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Sacha Baron Cohen,
Gina La Piana
The Welsh nutters, Dirty Sanchez are making a movie: The concept of the film is that the Devil has heard about the dare-devil nature of the Sanchez boys so he's set them the ultimate challenge, to complete stunts based on the 7 Deadly Sins or be damned to the gutter forever. In order to regain their status as hard-asses and crawl out of the gutter - the 7 deadly sins they must complete in seven exotic locations are: Sloth - UK >> Anger - Moscow Russia >> Lust - Bangkok Thailand >> Envy - Ko Phi Phi Thailand >> Pride - Tokyo Japan >> Gluttony - Mexico >> Greed - Dominican Republic And most interesting of all the film-makers have secured Lemmy to play the Devil and do the music. Lemmy: "If they (Dirty Sanchez boys) think they're tough... Wait till they meet me." Written by
Matthew Pritchard reportedly never wanted to meet Johnny Knoxville nor the cast of Jackass. Pritchard was angry that the Russian tattoo he received said "I Love Johnny Knoxville" instead of his requested "Sleep When You're Dead". Lee Dainton came up with the idea right before Pritchard received his tattoo. See more »
I think this is an example of how difficult it can be to successfully transition a format that has worked well on TV to a movie. For some reason the film makers decided that there needed to be a narrative linking all the different bits. These feel really forced and it has the feel of a scripted 'reality' TV show. For a start there's a phony confrontation set up between Prichard and Dainton. The trouble is once you start wondering what's scripted and what's spontaneous it ruins the whole film. There's not enough behind the scenes. Frankly I'd much rather watch 'The making of Dirty Sanchez: The movie' rather than the real thing. For instance the liposuction thing in a dodgy Bangkok clinic should be really mind-blowing but it isn't, because it suddenly happens. There's no back story: one minute they walk in the next the doctors performing liposuction (apparently without anaesthetic).
The scene where they convince Dainton that they're a world record for the most paint-ball shots to the naked body is hilarious though. He's so happy when he's thinks he's broken the world record of 102 that no one wants to tell him it's all a joke.
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