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Absolutely Anything (2015)

R | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | 12 May 2017 (USA)
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A group of eccentric aliens confer a human being with the power to do absolutely anything, as an experiment.

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Some aliens, who travel from planet to planet to see what kind of species inhabit them, come to Earth. And if humans are, according to their standards, decent, they are welcomed to be their friend. And if not the planet is destroyed. To find out, they choose one inhabitant and give that person the power to do whatever he/she wants. And they choose Neil Clarke, a teacher who teaches the special kids. He is constantly being berated by the headmaster and is attracted to his neighbor, Catherine, but doesn't have the guts to approach her. But now he can do anything he wants but has to be careful. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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With great power comes total irresponsibility. See more »

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for language including sexual references, and brief nudity. | See all certifications »

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When Neil (Simon Pegg) teaches class 10C, a large board to the right has a display on William Shakespeare's "A Winter's Tale". In The World's End (2013), Pegg's character says he studied A Winter's Tale when he was in school. See more »

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Neil wishes himself a great body. Later, he appears shirtless with his regular body. See more »

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Neil Clarke: [Gets knocked off his bike by a car] Screw you!
[the driver of the car sudden feels an invisible person having sex with him]
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During the credits, pictures of the film's story board are shown, as well as clips of Robin Williams recording a few of his lines. See more »

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Referenced in Showreel: Well, That's Not Quite the End of That (2013) See more »

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Absolutely Anything
Written and performed by Roger Taylor
Recorded and mixed by Josh Macrae (as Joshua J Macrae)
Licensed courtesy of Nightjar Productions Limited
Published by EMI MUSIC PUBLISHING
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Absolutely disappointing
4 December 2015 | by (a review) – See all my reviews

While I don't think it's "One of the worst movies ever made", or "appalling", as some critics have said. But I must say that I was really disappointed with Absolutely Anything, because I had such high hopes for this movie to be great just by the cast behind the movie and the director, but it didn't reach my expectations has I wanted. What's more sad is that this is the very last Robin Williams performance (He voices the dog in the movie).

Not once did I laugh or even smile. It was very predictable and not that original when it comes to the story. Simon Pegg dose make a likable main character and Robin Williams dose a great job voicing the dog named "Dennis". But what's more crushing is that The Monty Python crew were involved in making this movie, because they wrote it, stared in it and one of them directed it.

Overall Absolutely Anything isn't awful, but nowhere near great or good.


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