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Dolla Morte (2006)

Video  -  Comedy | Horror  -  11 July 2006 (USA)
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In a world of dolls and toys things are starting to go wrong. Abominations emerge in increasing number as people (dolls) grow more hateful and intolerant. Religions clash, cultures collide,... See full summary »



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(voice) (as Rocco Martone III)
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In a world of dolls and toys things are starting to go wrong. Abominations emerge in increasing number as people (dolls) grow more hateful and intolerant. Religions clash, cultures collide, and superstition prevails. While other movies shy away from the gruesome things that people do to each other when one group declares another group an enemy, this movie was made with dolls, and you can do ANYTHING to dolls... Written by Bill Zebub

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sick | parody | cult film


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Comedy | Horror





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$4,000 (estimated)

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[to Jesus]
Saddam Hussein: Don't be a baby, Jesus!
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References Daikaijû Gamera (1965) See more »

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Not easy to stomach for many, but worth it if you love offencive humour.
29 July 2006 | by (The Wirral) – See all my reviews

This could easily (and wrongly) be seen as a 'poor man's' Team America, but anybody who watches this and thinks that, is either not actually watching it or not getting the point of this movie! This, before anybody starts slamming it for racism or political criticism, is not poking fun at anybody in particular but everyone! That's the point of a successful 'offencive' just offend everyone (a film that chooses to pick on racism as a form of offencive comedy can be seen as nothing more than a sick gesture of hatred against a certain type of people). This film is not one made through sheer hatred for everything, but the desire to make the world more tolerable by taking the *beep* out of it! And to be honest I can't see a more fitting thing to do, since I have seen no proof thus far of the notion that life is actually serious! It just makes it funnier seeing mock ups of Jesus, the Pope and Hitler acting out a bizarre and complex yet surprisingly well thought out, and insanely comic storyline.

It's use and abuse of a few typical Hollywood clichés had me laughing out loud in their deliberately ironic situations, which is made even funnier by the fact that it's played out by action figures (I wet myself laughing at the inspired 'SS Enterprise'). The violence and gore has a potential to be sickening but again is made amusing and entertaining in the circumstances and some of the sequences, you'll just not believe your eyes that these 'innocent' action figures are doing what they are on the screen! The log cabin scene at the beginning springs to mind and a lot of the character's execution scenes, though the barbie dolls on pikes is quite jarring, I have to say. Though, I'll leave it at that so as not to spoil it too much for you.

It's actually quite funny, because for the people that didn't get it, or for the ones who prefer their stories "spoon-fed" and easy to digest there's an explanation at the end (I have to confess that I, myself found this rather helpful for filling in bits that I didn't get...just because I'm quite stupid though...the shame).

I wish I could do this, and Bill Zebub's movies more justice, but my jumbling of words and general blabbering I feel, cannot do them as much service as I would've liked. He shreds (albeit with a machete) the rule book and churns out severely underrated underground films that challenge viewers (in a way that is sadly lacking from an awful lot of films now) to re think what we call entertainment and give the middle finger to all the artists who want to stick to conventions and rules who will always be, due to the current public mentality, unjustifiably more highly classed than this kind of film maker.

Anyway...approach these films (especially Dolla Morte!!) with an incredibly open mind, if you don' just won't get it. Serverly entertaining and offencive in all the right ways!

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