Actress Reese Holden has been offered a small fortune by a book editor if she can secure for publication the love letters that her father, a reclusive novelist, wrote to her mother, who has... See full summary »
Mr. Jack and Sweet Stephen cruise aimlessly through the streets of LA speculating about life, death, divine will and the force of power that predetermines their existence. Mr. Jack attempts... See full summary »
When Eric is holding the coin that he is about to throw into the fountain, as the shots change, the face of the coin also changes. Going from Heads to tails. See more »
If you look at Tim and Eric's show, one of the wonderful things about them was how absurd the right and left turns are; one piece to another. But yeah, this has a story. An absurd story.
[from IFC interview]
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After the credits, Michael Gross briefly introduces himself and puts a fictional lengthy e-mail address for contact information. See more »
Having loved and enjoyed Tim and Eric's stuff for years, I couldn't wait to see this film. I was utterly disappointed however to find myself watching a film so bad and so far from grace that I could barely even stomach the entire thing. I am left with a bad taste in my mouth. This is one of the worst films I've seen in maybe two years. It is not funny, it is just a commercialised, tacky, stale and repetitive nightmare of the dream Tim and Eric used to be. The plot was irrelevant and banal, the jokes failed to ignite even the smallest flame of laughter; instead, I sat with an ever deepening frown on my face, embarrassed every time another gag flopped.
I'm sorry guys, you blew it. I loved her, and you blew it.
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