After a string of bad luck with past dorm mates, Finn an underachiever hopes that a new year is going to bring some better luck. A 15 year old brainiac, Toby isn't exactly what he had in ...
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After a string of bad luck with past dorm mates, Finn an underachiever hopes that a new year is going to bring some better luck. A 15 year old brainiac, Toby isn't exactly what he had in mind. After an extremely rough start, the two overcome their differences and team up to exact revenge on Landon and his posse of goons who think they rule the school. Written by
A very outrageous and unrelenting film. Saw this at a midnight screening at the most awesome Dances with Films Film festival and there is no words to describe this film. It is raunchy, extreme, politically incorrect, insulting, trashy (to say a few) and other words such as "genius" fall short in describing it. You must see it to believe it and as you watch, remember to breathe cause its filled with laugher non-stop right up till the end. In an era where comedies are made a dime a dozen, Disorientation is a part of that new breed of extreme cinema. A breed that holds no punches and its all up in your face disregarding any consequence or lasting impression it may have on its audience. If you hear or see of this film playing anywhere, seek it out. Make sure you watch on an empty stomach or else your will be projectile vomiting your meal onto some poor unsuspecting cinephile sitting next to you. I give the filmmakers kudos for such an impressive work of art...it is so refreshing to see folks who understand the power of film and who are willing to take it where others are afraid to go. If Porky's was the sexy raunchy comedy of the 80's, Disorientation is the Porky's for the new millennium.
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