A grieving father in a downward spiral stumbles across a box of his recently deceased son's demo tapes and lyrics. Shocked by the discovery of this unknown talent, he forms a band in the hope of finding some catharsis.
William H. Macy
A 30-year-old business executive named Grace has it all together in every area except her love life and she's just plain sick of it! Grace is beginning to think that it's her, so she ... See full summary »
Brandon Colby Cook,
Matthew Kevin Anderson,
"Fifty Shades of Blue" is a very short movie from 3 years ago produced by famous entertainment company Funnyordie. This came way before the famous "50 Shades of Grey" movie, but if you know vaguely what the film is about (like me who hasn't seen it yet), you will see the references. This short film here is actually a spoof of the bestselling book. Young starlet Selena Gomez plays a woman in a house who welcomes a guy who was instructed to paint a wall in the house. That's what he does, among some really disgusting stuff as well, but Gomez' character is sexually attracted to the man and all his repulsive mannerisms. The guy, however, just wants to do his job, and does not see Gomez' character as anything other than a customer. Funny little movie, definitely among Funnyordie's better works and also not too long for its own good at slightly over 3 minutes. I enjoyed the watch. Thumbs up.
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