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Filthy Rich Filthy Uncle Phil (2010)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2 November 2010 (USA)
A materialistic, misogynistic yuppie who seeks his wealthy, degenerate uncle's vast fortune makes some really bad lifestyle choices.

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Credited cast:
Brad Thomason ...
Pierce Pierson
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Ashleigh Pierson
Harv McFine ...
Uncle Phil
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Luther
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Lieutenant Fred Gorman
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George
Jule Carey ...
Detective Pat
Anarcha Suicide ...
Madeleine
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Vikki
Denise Finelli ...
Collette
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Cop
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Lo Archer ...
Jade
Jackie Bleau ...
Dr. Legs
Dreeg Davis ...
Willy
Tillman Garnett ...
Soul Fry
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Filthy Rich Filthy Uncle Phil is the tale of Pierce Pierson, the Eternal Izod Ingrate (an acrid sneer, frozen in the yuppie bilge of circa 1987), who disrespects his house-proud spouse and pays excessive lip service to his revolting-yet-rich-and-radically-free Uncle Phil. Sure, he despises the old Saturnalian, but oh, that fortune... When Uncle Phil offers a path to his riches that would repel marginally-moral mankind, Pierce takes the bait. How much soul, health and integrity will Pierce compromise in his greedy quest?! Written by Buzz Cartier

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a morality play
24 December 2010 | by (Circleville, Ohio) – See all my reviews

If you've led a sheltered life or like to pretend you have, "Filthy Rich Filthy Uncle Phil" may prove challenging, but perhaps you are just the person who needs to see this film.

Too often we see things as we've been told they are, or we see them the way we'd like them to be; and sometimes we need to be shocked out of our daydreams by a strong dose of reality.

For all its "raunch" and "shocking" plot twists, the film is a positive response to the ubiquitous, "clean" filth in which we live today.

"Filthy Rich Filthy Uncle Phil" does its part to challenge a world obsessed with the notion that material "success" is the measure of all things.

  • Tom Harker, "Ukulele Man"


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