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The Big Bang (1987)

Le big-Bang (original title)
Sex farce about Fred, an inept post WWIII superhero garbageman, who must prevent WW4 by disarming the continents of Virginia, where mutated feminists live, and USSSR, where mutated buttless men live. Beautiful Liberty is his only ally.




Tony Hendra, Picha




Cast overview, first billed only:
Luis Rego Luis Rego ... Fred (voice)
Georges Aminel Georges Aminel ... Le le Camarade en Chef, président de l'univers, narrateur (voice)
Perrette Pradier ... Una (voice)
Régine Teyssot Régine Teyssot ... Liberty (voice)
Paule Emanuele Paule Emanuele ... Trixie (voice)
Roger Carel ... Général de l'USSSR, voix radio, commentateur du match de foot (voice)
Michel Elias Michel Elias ... Général de l'USSSR, Dieu, Jésus Christ, Tête d'Os (voice)
William Sabatier ... Général de l'USSSR (voice)
Céline Montsarrat Céline Montsarrat ... Générale de Vaginia (voice)
Arlette Thomas Arlette Thomas ... Générale de Vaginia (voice)
Martine Meiraghe Martine Meiraghe ... Générale de Vaginia (voice)
Michel Modo ... Conseillé (voice)
Richard Darbois ... Conan le Barbare (voice)
Henry Djanik Henry Djanik ... Dark Vador (voice)
David L. Lander ... Fred (voice) (as David Lander)


In 1995, Italy annihilates Libya, which destroys Israel. Africa bombs Germany, which in turn attacks France. Luxembourg conquers England. Sweden, Monte Carlo and Switzerland immolate themselves. The Russians decide to liquidate the Americans, who unleash their nuclear fleet, leaving only two continents on the verge of World War IV. In the north, a mutated strain of males in America and Russia merge, forming the USSSR, in the south. All that is left of womankind retreat to their territory of Vaginia as dealing with the scenario of a Third World War. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Fred Hero: Ah, super-shit!
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The UK 18-rated release of this film was cut by 10 seconds to remove a sequence in which an animated version of God appeared to be having sex and then uttered an expletive. See more »

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30 Years later.
22 April 2017 | by oscarsojirettoSee all my reviews

I had some vague memory of this movie. I must have been 7 or 8 and it was on TV. I could caught the beginning with the Space Waste Truck, Darth Vader and the USSSR President with his butt obsession.

Getting to see this movie in it's full have taken me 30 years. Ultimately ending up watching it in terrible quality on YouTube.

It hasn't aged that well. But I tried viewing it like it was the 1980's. This was made before the Simpsons, before most anything that we see today was out, and I try to keep this in memory.

It's absurd beyond belief, but not necessarily in a bad way. It mocks both the Reagan era Star Wars program as well has the Soviets. And even though at the time the feminist Nazis who hates men was clearly a joke when Picha made the movie, it bares a striking resemblance towards today's society where these people actually exist.

Females and so called "non-binary" persons with insane views on how people should live exist in today's society whereas they were considered insane and laughable in the 80's.

Even though this movie doesn't hold a specific value anymore, times have changed to much, it's still fun to watch.

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