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Dirtbags: Evil Never Felt So Good (2009)

 |  Comedy  |  23 April 2009 (USA)
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This fatalistic comedy explores the world of DIRTBAGS - they never achieve anything through honesty, whether it's the pharmacy student who uses his skills to make date-rape drugs or the ... See full summary »



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This fatalistic comedy explores the world of DIRTBAGS - they never achieve anything through honesty, whether it's the pharmacy student who uses his skills to make date-rape drugs or the weasel who videotapes girls without their knowledge (and then sells the tapes on the internet.) Will they get away with their schemes or is there really such a thing as fairness in the universe? This movie was made to discover the boundaries of comedy. Are there really things that cannot be laughed at? Yes, this movie contains nudity. No matter what your gender is, if you like politically incorrect humor, you will laugh until you pass out and wake up with your zipper open. Written by Bill Zebub

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The "John Waters" of the new decade!
25 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had heard so many great things about this movie and had kept putting off my purchase. The number one selling point to me was the sentiment among many reviewers that not since John Waters has any director angered as many mainstream idiots. Verily, as I searched the Internet for the title I saw quite a lot of boring people getting their panties in a bunch.

I guess you can say that this is high brow and low brow at the same time. There is a huge amount of irony and sarcasm, so dim-witted people will hate the movie. That goes for brain-washed people too. It's the kind of movie that will make fools condemn it publicly, to appear mature in the eyes of others. But any condemnation of this work of genius is really showing how obtuse you are.

It was amazing to see how the humor hit the toilet level AND the subtle level at the same time. It's a true social-mirror comedy, but it feels hilarious and "wrong" instead of being preachy. Simply astounding.

The cinematography is superb. The camera in a comedy has to be impartial - the actors create the motion. But some really tricky shots and camera movement are in the movie too - but you don't notice because the director is a master. The camera only moves when there is a strategy to the movement. Simpletons who grew up on the MTV (short attention span) style will commit suicide watching this.

I have not laughed this hard in a long time. It's the funniest movie of the year so far. I'll say this again - it fools you into thinking it's basic, but it is complex beyond imagining. When the story first unfolds it almost seems like meandering absurdity, but the story brilliantly resolves in totally unexpected ways. It's so packed with information that each time you watch it you will discover new things. I foresee this movie one day being MANDATORY in film schools.

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