Bobo Buggins, a neurotic Throbbit, joins a throng of Dweebs led by Randolf the Wizard to help them regain their technological treasures trapped beneath Silicon Mountain and guarded by a mighty Drag Queen.
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After his mother's sudden death, a teenage Amish boy named Eli runs away to find his non-Amish father who lives in Chicago. His is a journey of hope, a dream he wishes to fulfill, even against danger and despair.
Timothy Alan Richardson
I enjoyed this movie. It had a charm to it that kept me watching. Yeah, it's low budget, and a little hokie, but it had an appeal to it that was, well, fun. I thought "Ham" stole the show and laughed at most of the lines. I thought it was a little slow at some times, and a bit overly trying to be funny a certain others, but overall, I liked more parts than disliked. I had to stop my inner critic and remember, "I'm watching a parody, it's supposed to be this way." I found it saddening that some people who rated this movie didn't remember that. Half of the fun of parodies is the absolute absurdity of them. It's pretty easy to sit behind your computer and nitpick a film that a bunch of people poured their sweat, money, and hard work into. It's a completely different beast to actually go out and try to make a movie. I'm not saying that things can't be open for criticism, and everybody is entitled to their opinion, but c'mon people.. lighten up! I tip my cap to the creators of the world and wish you the best in your future endeavors.
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