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Wayne Beering and Buck Dolby are drugged out geniuses with lots of ideas but they can never seem to get their act together. But when they come up with the idea to create a porn site - and charge for it (the first ever site to do so), their idea may be too lucrative for them to handle. Straight-laced business man, Jack Harris, is brought in to team up with them and turn their profitable idea into a legit business. Making money in the pornography industry is pretty easy, but staying true to yourself when surrounded by that much wealth, luxury, sex, crime and temptations, is much harder. Written by
Though set in 1997, when walking into the bar to meet the Russians for the first time, the car out side is a 2008 Ferrari f430. In 1997, a f355 would have been correct. See more »
[the first buzzer goes off, signalling a purchase]
Did I jut here right...?
Yeah, we just made $9.99
At 4:15 in the morning? The guy's gotta be a pervert just like you.
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Written by Moby (as Richard Hall), Bessie Jones and Alan Lomax
Performed by Moby
Courtesy of Richard Hall Music
'Sometimes' (as contained in 'Honey' performed by Moby)
Performed by Bessie Jones
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
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I agree with the critics who say Gallo (director) borrowed heavily from Scorcese, and I might even add the background music choices seemed to be "Scorcesian". However, if you can get past that, you might find the movie fairly entertaining and at times hilarious, thanks to some quite original plot twists and turns. Wilson, Ribisi, Cain, Sherbedgia and the rest of the crew were well cast. It's sad that there's total dross that reaps tens of millions of dollars at the box office, while something that's far from a stinker such as this earned a pitiful $700,000, but perhaps the R rating had something to do with it. There actually is not a lot of nudity or sex in the movie, except for a fair bit of amusing talk and suggestive scenes about male masturbation, which is there to poke fun at the porn industry.
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