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Mexican Sign Dude:
[after four Mud Bug citizens are killed]
Poor buggers. They never saw it comin'. Me? I'm gonna go by each one of their homes and pay my respects... to their wives!
[laughs, drinks whiskey]
Mexican Sign Dude:
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I loved this movie. ANyone expecting anything more than silly, low budget, UN PC humor is in the wrong place. U can say that I'm a "Juggalo", but my girl isn't and she thought this was hilarious. Anyone who will give this a one star probably didn't watch the movie, and they are on they're never ending quest to just diss anything Psychopathic (over the internet, in the safety of there moms basement) but i'll tell you seriously this isn't intelligent humor, its sight gags, and it can be slightly hit or miss, but what does hit is a hit (you might wanna take a hit before watching, may make u more susceptible to the hilarity!). there's plenty to laugh at here, including some of the acting, which is fine. Madrox and Monxcide steal the show again, and 2 Dope was on point. Violent Js performance was definitely toned down a few notches from the last movie, but still solid and hilarious. Mark Jury also stole the show as the sidekick who gets most of the great lines. There were plenty of funny cameos from stars no one seems to be interested in anymore (remember Razor Ramone from WWF, and i guess Tom SIzemore need Methamphetimine money). The more you watch it the more you laugh. If you shut your mind off, i guarantee you'll have a hootin' good time y'all.
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