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Nature Calls (2012)

R | | Comedy | 4 October 2012 (USA)
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Polar-opposite brothers Randy and Kirk never saw eye-to-eye, but their rivalry is taken to a new level when Randy hijacks Kirk's son's sleepover, taking the boys on a Scout Trip to remember.

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Polar-opposite brothers Randy and Kirk never saw eye-to-eye, but their rivalry is taken to a new level when Randy hijacks Kirk's son's sleepover, taking the boys on a Scout Trip to remember.

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Manhood. It's the only badge that matters.

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Comedy

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Rated R for language and some sexual content/nudity | See all certifications »

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$382 (USA) (9 November 2012)

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$382 (USA) (9 November 2012)
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Patrice O'Neal's final appearance. See more »

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References The Hyrule fantasy: Zeruda no densetsu (1986) See more »

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Halftime
Written By Michael Baiardi
Performed By Michael Baiardi
Published By Soundfile Publishing (ASCAP)
Courtesy Of Soundfile Records
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Appalling movie
26 July 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I had the misfortune of having the television on when "Nature Calls" came on late the other evening. Enjoying some of Johnny Knoxville's work I thought I'd sit down and watch it. What I watched was appalling degrading cultural stereotyping especially of Thiecoura Cissoko's character Dwande, the mocking religious beliefs, 79 minutes worth of unnecessary bad language and other stereotypical roles (especially those towards women) being over-played. What I also found astounding is the movie is aimed at a young audience with a sizable child cast. Why does Hollywood think producing this crap is wanted and does it take a moment to weigh up it's own moral values to the audience it seeks to empress. An absolutely appalling movie to which all copies should be burnt. Shame on you Knoxville.


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