When a clumsy deadbeat accidentally kills his landlord, he must do everything in his power to hide the body, only to find the distractions of lust, the death of his beloved brother and a crew of misfit characters, force him on a journey where a fortune awaits him. Written by
The address on the envelope received by Franklin Franklin is 1700 Marlton Avenue, which does not exist in Los Angeles. The Marlton Building, filming location for the apartments, had an actual street address of 4041 S. Marlton Avenue, and was part of a mixed office/retail development. It has since been demolished. See more »
The Vodka Martini the flight attendant hands to Dr. Mennox is empty. A few seconds later the glass is almost completely full, then it goes to mostly empty, and then back to full again. Shortly thereafter, the glass disappears altogether. See more »
At least I have a plan. What is your big goal? All I see is a stoner who works in a convenience store.
In a convenience-based society. I am at the center of the action.
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Clumsy deadbeat Franklin Franklin (Matt Lucas) accidentally kills his landlord. He must do everything in his power to hide the body. He finds the distractions of lust, the death of his beloved brother and a crew of misfit characters, forcing him on a journey where a fortune awaits him.
This is one weird movie. Matt Lucas is a weird white blob of a guy in his tighty whiteys. Juno Temple has a great scene. Dolph Lundgren looks super weird. Just how weird is this? Johnny Knoxville is probably the least weird person in the movie. Add in Rebel Wilson, and this is one weird L.A. apartments complex. Did I say how weird this was? OK then.
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