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Aspiring filmmakers Phillip Fellini and Forrest Fonda discover a cave-dwelling, beer-guzzling human oddity named Lucky "Cucumber" Cavanaugh in the wilds of Missouri, a man rumored to possess the most extraordinary luck on Earth. The pair believes they've found their ticket to fame and fortune, only to learn that Lucky's incredible luck always results in devastating consequences for himself and everyone around him. Written by
I don't know if I'd say this is a terrible movie because it does have a bunch of redeeming qualities, like Dian Bachar starring in it (Choda Boy) is great! They had some cool locations and there are some really funny scenes in it. Mostly the ones where some sort of fluid is shooting around, whether it be blood, semen, urine, are the funniest. Lots of funny props and cool stunts in it.
I didn't know what really to expect in a movie with a title like this. And after it was over, I still didn't know what really to make of it. It for sure had funny moments in it. It's probably a great movie to throw on in the background of a party or something.
Also if you're watching the DVD, there are some really outrageous deleted scenes.
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