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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
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Macy
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Gas Station Attendant
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C.C. Jam
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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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Rated R for pervasive language, sexual content, some nudity and brief drug material

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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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The word 'fuck' is used over 250 times. See more »

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BLT: He wasn't expectin' the unexpected; but it sure as fuck expected him.
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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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yo beeeeeetaches, LEAVE THE FP ALONE! I MEAN IT!!!
20 June 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What it attempts to do, it succeeds at brilliantly. Which is, a well executed parody which is not terribly unlike the many fake news reports from The Onion. So dry, were those, that the majority of buffoons legitimately took them at face value and were, through sheer hyper-stupidity, not able to recognize any parody. Same thing seems to be happening with this film.

The FP is a fairly different type of film which would have been unheard of several decades ago...a comedy/parody masquerading very sincerely as a dramatic film, and all the while drawing attention to comical stereotypes, cheesy films, and current cultural stupidity.

I am only 3 or 4 levels shy of receiving my Troll Mastership, a certification I've worked diligently to receive. But despite that, even I cant find much negativity to sling at this film, and I abhor nearly everything. It is one of the nearly non-existent perfect comedies, in that, it achieves everything the writer/directors intended, and quite a bit more, without laughably and brutally horrific emulation of other comedies. It's not only a film, but a barometer of other peoples stupidity.

It gets into character, and stays there. It slaps you, before taking you from behind, and then doesn't even cuddle with you afterward. It spits at your mother whilst fingering your backside during a Catholic wedding ceremony in which the bride has slept with the grooms father, twice, and released it online just prior to sleeping with the African grounds keeper on their honeymoon to Zimbabwe.

It's a silly movie, sure. But its flavor if silliness isn't nearly as beat down and tired as the overwhelmingly safe, simple, convenient, derivative, idiot-mass-appeal, and well-trodden paths other so-called comedy writer/directors are shamelessly spewing like so much bum-gravy lately.

The FP, silly hyper-parody done right.


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