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The FP (2011)

R | | Comedy | 13 March 2011 (USA)
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In a post apocalyptic future, two rival gangs fight for control of Frazier Park by playing "Beat Beat Revelation", a deadly version of Dance, Dance, Revolution(TM).

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JTRO
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BTRO
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KCDC
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Stacy
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Beat Box Busta Bill
Bryan Goddard ...
Sugga Nigga
Lee Valmassy ...
L Dubba E
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BLT
Michael Sandow ...
Jody (as Mike Sandow)
Rachel Robinson ...
Lacy
Natalie Minx ...
Macy
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Gas Station Attendant
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C.C. Jam
Dov Tiefenbach ...
Triple Decka 1K
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Stacy's Dad
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In a dystopian future, two rival gangs fight for control of Frazier Park which for all intents purposes is the remaining inhabited world. Gangs settle disputes for leadership by playing "Beat Beat Revelation", a deadly version of a popular dance video game. The power of the land has shifted leaving the local alcoholics to become meth addicts and worse. Can JTRO overcome the obstacles necessary to redeem Frazier Park? Competitive dance-fight video game "Beat-Beat Revolution." Written by anonymous

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, sexual content, some nudity and brief drug material

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Фрэйзер Парк  »

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Budget:

$60,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$15,465 (USA) (18 March 2012)

Gross:

$40,557 (USA) (6 May 2012)
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2.35 : 1
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The character name Sugga Nigga was based on Jay Mohr's character from the 1996 Cameron Crow film Jerry Maguire, Bob Sugar. Jason Trost and Crow workout at the same gym and occasionally hang out. The name was inserted to commemorate Trost's admiration for his friend's work. See more »

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KCDC: What's a town with no ducks?
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When the credits have finished rolling we see a shot of ducks swimming in a body of water. (It is mentioned earlier in the film that all of the ducks have left.) See more »

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Misunderstood comedy genius
2 April 2014 | by (Detroit) – See all my reviews

I am a comedy connoisseur, I have very high standards for them. I know, who cares. Anyway, The FP is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. If you watch this movie as anything but a tongue in cheek, laugh out loud riot, you're missing the point. There are more catch phrases worth remembering in this movie than every Adam Sandler movie combined. The characters never break, taking their ridiculous roles delightfully seriously the whole time. The thing that makes this movie special is that it's unique. Not "very unique," UNIQUE. There is nothing like it. Some scenes seem like they're right out of the Tim and Eric School of comedy, others are screamingly crass. One of the greatest comedies ever, this is a must-watch.


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