A group of friends get together for a card game, but within 5 minutes most of them die horribly, leaving the hosts to run for their lives (and from the law). Along the way, they encounter ... See full summary »
A comedy that follows the conversations simultaneously taking place at four different tables in a restaurant. The conversations range from neurotic to bold, and from silly to almost ... See full summary »
Four friends set out to make the best movie ever made. However, it's harder than Joe, Aaron, Craig, or Harold thought. They start off making one type of movie, but when that fails, they try... See full summary »
In August 2011, the movie set a new record for the worst opening in US box office history, grossing just $11 in its opening weekend. It sold just 1 ticket on the Saturday, and none at all on the Friday. (The previous record holder, 'Zyzzyx Rd (2006)', grossed $20 from 6 punters.) See more »
Oh Petey! You're the hermaphodidic transvestite I've always wanted!
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How to create comic genius: take all the things that make a good movie bad, mix them together, then play it straight as an arrow and you get "The Worst Movie Ever", quite possibly one of the funniest things I've seen in years. Berggoetz and crew clearly love genre movies, and their attention to the details is what makes TWME work so well. From twenty-somethings playing high-schoolers, cheesy animation, convoluted plots, continuity errors, bad fx, non-sensical dream sequences, running for no reason, and stunt-casting Jesus, Lincoln and Santa - this movie does it all, and does it well. The whole thing is a send-up of the stuff we laugh at anyway, only this time, we're supposed to. This movie is already famous for supposedly having the lowest opening weekend box-office ever ($11), but that's only the beginning; I predict this movie will make literally *hundreds* of dollars by the time its done. See it if you can, if only for the remorseful robot and amazing cleavage. And be prepared to laugh. A lot.
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