Will's best friend and roommate Belcher, (Ryan Dunn) a party bum slacker, returns from the dead as a cocky, mischievous, and perverted ghost. He soon discovers his cousin, Krista, has ... See full summary »
Will's best friend and roommate Belcher, (Ryan Dunn) a party bum slacker, returns from the dead as a cocky, mischievous, and perverted ghost. He soon discovers his cousin, Krista, has shacked up and moved in with his best friend, Will. Belcher will do anything and everything to destroy this relationship and get his prank buddy back. Written by
Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager
Whoever decided to promote this rubbish as a comedy needs a sense of humour transplant. Seriously. This waste of an otherwise blank DVD is singularly unfunny.
I read a review on here by a guy claiming to be 'a fellow film maker'. He claims that at some point in the movie, "comedy ensues." He's wrong. There is no comedy in this rubbish. Absolutely none. Not a skerrick of it anywhere.
The same reviewer also claimed "Living Will is going to go very far... You will not be disappointed." Well, yes, I guess it went very far; to the garbage tip after I tossed it into the bin.
As for being disappointed, absolutely no disappointment here at all. In fact, turning this trash off, scouring a huge, deep scratch into the DVD's data/play side with a heavy screwdriver then cutting a pair of fatal puncture wounds into it with a hole punch and a hammer before junking it with the leftovers from dinner was very pleasurable.
I scored this at 2/10. It would have got 1/10 but the 500 millisecond shot of a printed T-shirt carrying a derogatory statement about Sarah Palin saved it.
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