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*** This review may contain spoilers ***
This is by so far the funniest movie of all time, and for all the wrong
reasons. And here's just a few examples why: - When the baby is born,
he is launched quarter-back style from the womb into the arms of a
running doctor - A boy with a flatulence problem is best friends with a
child-genius who happens to have no sense of smell, named Alan A. Alan
- He travels around the world with the official 2nd best tenor in the
world, helping him reach the highest note ever achieved with his fart -
While on tour, he goes to all cities showing random people on the
street a picture of his missing best friend in the hopes of finding him
- He farts so loud, a light on stage comes loose and lands on the
official best tenor in the world, for which he is convicted of murder -
Just before the firing squad (?!) are about to shoot him (?!!), he is
saved by the USSC (US Space Centre), who somehow drive right into the
prison and stop the execution
Should I go on?? OK
- He is asked by Johnson J. Johnson to help the USSC utilize his farting potential to send him into space to help trapped astronauts (by the way, being a "space-man" was his dream from when he was young, quite the coincidence) - USSC is incidentally a multi-cultural agency run by genius children from the ages of 8-12 - And where are his parents during all this? Who knows...
And trust me, I've left the best parts of the plot for you to discover on your own. Oh, and try to avoid the green theme, and bad intertextual references.
If you are up for a good laugh at pure stupidity, watch this movie. If you are an avid film-maker wanting to know exactly what not to do, watch this movie. And if you are in disbelief about what I have said, then go watch the movie. Either way, you will never laugh more. And the deleted scenes will also provide a few more side-aching crack-ups (see, even I can make stupid fart puns).
There are also, surprisingly, a few familiar faces, such as Paul Giamatti from Sideways, American Splendor, and Man on the Mooon (why Paul why!!), as well as Stephen Fry from Blackadder, and Kiera Knightley in a 5 second cameo. I will never, ever see them in the same light again.
P.S. Sorry about the long review, but I really cannot express how bad this film is.