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Swearnet: The Movie -- Fed up with being censored in their post-Trailer Park Boys lives, the out of work stars/world-renowned "swearists" Mike Smith, Robb Wells and John Paul Tremblay decide to start their own uncensored network on the internet.

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Release Date:
12 September 2014 (USA) See more »
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Because people f#@king swear.
Plot:
Fed up with being censored in their post-Trailer Park Boys lives, the out of work stars/world-renowned 'swearists', Mike Smith, Robb Wells and John Paul Tremblay decide to start their own uncensored network on the internet. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Robb Wells ... Robb Wells

John Paul Tremblay ... John Paul Tremblay

Mike Smith ... Mike Smith

Patrick Roach ... Pat / Swearman

Tom Green ... Tom Green

Scott 'Carrot Top' Thompson ... Carrot Top (as Carrot Top)

Mishael Morgan ... Jamie

Sarah Jurgens ... Julie

Shannon Leroux ... Rachel

Dana Michael Woods ... Jogi (as Dana Woods)
Howard Jerome ... Trigger (Carl)
Leigh MacInnis ... Leigh MacInnis

Ann Pirvu ... Amy
Emily Mountford ... Wendy
Fiona Carver ... Becca
Daniel Lillford ... Mr. Pinchbeck
Liam Card ... Stephen

Jessica Phillips ... Sunshine Girl #1

Trish Rainone ... Sunshine Girl #2

Tanya Feifel ... Sunshine Girl #3

Dax Ravina ... Jock #1
Kojo Afari ... Jock #2
Calna McGoldrick ... Waitress
Grant MacIssac ... Sound Technician
Cory Woron ... Hockey Night Announcer
B.J. Wilson ... BJ Wilson

Sebastian Bach ... Sebastian Bach
Bill Wood ... Check-in Man

Boomer Phillips ... Fan #1
Dan Robertson ... Sportscentre Host #1
Nancy Regan ... Sportscentre Host #2
Michael Tassone ... Security Guard #1
Tony Burnbacco ... Security Guard #2
Gabrylewicz ... Cowboy Adrian
Pat Gonsalves ... Race Announcer
Michael Conforti ... Conforti (as Mike Conforti)

Joey Iachetta ... Jail Cop
Samantha Barrett ... Party Girl

Matt Connors ... Man on Bus
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Delvin Ahde ... Hockey Fan / Race Official
Greg Steven Brown ... Mechanic

John Dunsworth ... John Dunsworth
Carly Marie ... Racecar Girl / Navigator
Robert Norman ... Robb's Dad
Janine Davies ... Passerby / Bar Patron (uncredited)

Mark Fisher ... Race Official (uncredited)
Maureen Henderson ... Angry Race Fan (uncredited)
Mandi Knight ... Liquorman's Sponsor Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Warren P. Sonoda 
 
Writing credits
Mike Smith (written by) and
John Paul Tremblay (written by) and
Robb Wells (written by)

Produced by
Gary Howsam .... producer
Bill Marks .... producer
Mike Smith .... executive producer
John Paul Tremblay .... executive producer
Jonathan Walker .... line producer
Robb Wells .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Blain Morris 
 
Cinematography by
Bobby Shore 
 
Film Editing by
Christopher Cooper 
 
Costume Design by
Melissa Stewart 
 
Makeup Department
Misty Fox .... key makeup artist
Paul Jones .... prosthetic effects
Emily O'Quinn .... assistant makeup artist
Oriana Rossi .... key hair stylist
Tara Topp .... prosthetic effects
Trek Willett .... assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Michael Forsey .... post-production supervisor
Jacqueline Tam .... post production coordinator
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robbin MacDonald .... third assistant director
Bill Marks .... second unit director
Daniel J. Murphy .... first assistant director
Lorin Raine .... second assistant director
Kim Rose .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Keith Bowser .... carpenter
Randy Chow .... lead set dresser
Catherine Euale .... art department assistant
Dustin Hachey .... props
Maureen Henderson .... props assistant
Duncan Kemp .... property master
Sophie Ward .... art trainee
 
Sound Department
Rob Ainsley .... dialogue editor
Allan Fung .... supervising sound editor
Lana Marie Hattar .... assistant re-recording mixer
Colin McLellan .... sound re-recording mixer
Tim O'Connell .... foley artist
Brian Power .... additional adr coordinator
Allan Scarth .... adr recordist
Clive Turner .... supervising sound effects editor
Brad Zoern .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Luc Benning .... special effects technician
Richard Hypolite .... special effects technician
Brendan Krick .... special effects technician
Max Macdonald .... special effects coordinator (as Maxfx)
 
Visual Effects by
Drake Conrad .... digital colorist
 
Stunts
Randy Boliver .... co-stunt coordinator: Nova Soctiwa
Rick Bye .... stunt double: John Paul Tremblay
Derrick Franklin .... stunt double: Leigh MacInnis
Thomas Kane .... stunt double: Robb Wells
Billy Linders .... stunt double: Patrick Roach/Swearman
Cotton Mather .... stunt double: John Paul Tremblay
Rick Parker .... stunt double: Tom Green
Alison Reid .... stunt coordinator
Bryan Renfro .... co-stunt coordinator
Bryan Renfro .... stunt double: Mike Smith
Bryan Thomas .... stunt double: Carrot Top
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Acker .... key/dolly grip
Conor Cameron .... lighting technician
Mike Chikoski .... on-set video playback operator
Adam Craig .... assistant camera
Dennis Daigle .... gaffer
Tyler Emms .... grip
Michael Heathcote .... b camera / steadicam operator
Joshua Jinchereau .... digital imaging technician
Sarah Lollar .... "b" camera second assistant
Chad S. Roberts .... best boy electric
Robert Tagliaferri .... "b" camera first assistant
Blain Thrush .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Michael Yablonski .... camera trainee
 
Casting Department
Jennifer Barbeau .... extras casting
Jennifer Barbeau .... local casting
Rosalie Chilelli .... local casting
Marjorie Lecker .... casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bonnie Brown .... truck costumer
Casey Dutfield .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Caley MacLennan .... first assistant editor
 
Location Management
Andrew Cullen .... assistant locations manager
Srdjan Vilotijevic .... location manager
Liam White .... locations production assistant
 
Transportation Department
Frank Biron .... unit driver
Seth Gagnon .... head driver
Gary Guise .... transportation captain
Verlyn Robinson .... driver
Spencer Solomon .... driver
 
Other crew
Morgan Bentley .... accounting clerk
Emily Boston .... producers asssistant
Matt Connors .... stand-in
Racheal Forbes .... production accountant
Claude Forest .... insurance broker
Donna Gardon .... script supervisor
Paula Hamilton .... production assistant
Trina Hickey .... executive assistant to Gary Howsam
Joshua Jinchereau .... dailies technician
Sarah Lollar .... dailies technician
Amanda MacDonald .... assistant production accountant
David Steinberg .... legal services
Ryan D. Walker .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Mike Sevigny .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated NC - 17 for some explicit sexual content, graphic nudity and for language
Runtime:
112 min
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Certification:
Australia:R18+ (2016) | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:R (Ontario) (original rating) | Canada:16+ (Québec) | Netherlands:16 | Singapore:R21 | UK:18 | USA:Not Rated | USA:NC-17 (#50058)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Broke the world record of most F-words in a movie. They have 935 F-words, among the other curse words.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: After Rob Wells and John Paul Tremblay crash their race car, and are confronted by Carrot Top and Tom Green, John Paul is seen walking towards them, with blood all over his face. His face doesn't get bloody until after the fight scene, and in the next shot, just before the fight scene, the blood is gone.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Trailer Park Boys" (2001)See more »

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2 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
The result you get when you give juvenile filmmakers a camera., 18 August 2015
Author: SamoanJoes from Europe

The filmmakers of Swearnet have pride themselves on this film containing the most profanities than any other film in history. Perhaps because its the only thing of note this film is known for.

Swearnet stars Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith (playing themselves) as a trio of actors who have difficulty finding a network to support their profanity-laced show. With no avail they decide to take their show to the internet where their raunchy humour will hold no censorship. Hilarity doesn't ensue.

The film is essentially the same recycled joke over and over -- we swear a lot. What they're unaware of it that you become immune to it to the extent where you don't even realize they're doing it anymore. A scene of gratuitous nudity becomes apparent that the filmmakers are relying on not only infantile humour, but the lowest form of comedy.

There is no originality, brains or heart in the film whatsoever. It's as if they jotted down the first thing that came to their mind on a napkin and attempted to form a joke around it.

Normally bad movies have bad story and acting among other things, but this film has the rare distinction of being sexist to females thrown into the mix. Almost every woman is scantily-clad and are either portrayed as stupid or complete jerks.

Mis-directed by Warren P. Sonoda, there is virtually no visual flair and from his other films I have seen, is quickly establishing himself as one of the worst directors working. His soundtrack selection consists of recent "hits", which provoke head-scratching of how exactly they fit in. His framing of shots, which is fundamental in film making, is all over the place and somehow manages to make dolly shots look amateur.

If you have any standards as a movie watcher, this is a definite pass and should be regarded as a template for what not to do when making a film. And at just under 2 hours, it is way too long.

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Does this movie actually say f--k 935 times? bscanga90
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