A surfer and inventor Edison is chosen by his roommates to raise rent with his outrageous (and absurd) inventions. There's no luck in job interviews until he meets billionaire Armand McMillan, who likes him, and leaves his company after his death to Edison. Edison has a lot of success with his inventions while the company's competitors do all they can to destroy him.
18 September 1998 (Singapore)
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Also Known As:
Untitled Carrot Top Project
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Opening Weekend USA: $181,233,
15 March 1998
Gross USA: $181,233
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $181,233
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
In their "Chewin' It" Podcast, Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffernan said that Trimark chose to produce this movie over Broken Lizard's films Super Troopers and Puddle Cruiser. Trimark then went out of business before it could fund the Broken Lizard projects. See more
When in the museum, Natalie indicates a picture of Jethro Tull, the inventor of the seed drill, though the picture shown is actually one of Nikola Tesla, inventor of AC current technology and electrical engineer. See more
And don't forget the handy dandy ketchup helper.
Over eleven sold.
And your grandmother bought ten of them.
I thought you guys liked my inventions.
We love them, the problem is the rest of the world doesn't.
Taserguns Mean Big Fun
Written by Robert Delbueno, Brian Teasley, Brian Causey
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