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Live Freaky Die Freaky (2006)

Unrated | | Animation, Comedy, Musical | 8 July 2006 (Japan)
In a distant future, a cult forms around the Manson Family, when Charles Manson is mistaken for the messiah. Meanwhile, in 1969, Manson convinces his followers to murder Sharon Tate.


John Roecker


John Roecker




Cast overview, first billed only:
Nick 13 Nick 13 ... TV Reporter #1 (voice)
Billie Joe Armstrong ... Charlie (voice)
Tim Armstrong ... Narrator
Rob Aston Rob Aston ... Cop #3 (voice)
Travis Barker ... Cop #2 (voice)
Tre Cool ... Prosecutor Bug / The Maid (voice)
Warren Fitzgerald Warren Fitzgerald ... The Judge (voice)
Matt Freeman ... Heino (voice)
Davey Havok ... Hay (voice)
Theo Kogan ... Hadie (voice)
Benji Madden ... Interrogator #1 (voice)
Jason Schmidt Jason Schmidt ... The Nomad
Janis Tanaka Janis Tanaka ... Mrs. Ha Bianca (voice)
Jane Wiedlin ... Squeaky (voice)
Sean Yseult ... Heslie (voice)


In a distant future, a cult forms around the Manson Family, when Charles Manson is mistaken for the messiah. Meanwhile, in 1969, Manson convinces his followers to murder Sharon Tate.

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In an interview, Director John Roecker claimed he chose Billie Joe Armstrong to play Charlie because "no one thought he could". According to the director, he was told by friends that Billie Joe couldn't perform as the infamous Charles Manson because he was "too nice of a guy". See more »


Hay: Hey Sharon, where the fuck are we? This neighborhood looks poitively middles class. Look at those messes... If you drove me to the valley, I'll stab you to death and rip your baby out of your stomach and fuck it.
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References Patty Hearst (1988) See more »

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Trying too hard
19 August 2005 | by amateur16See all my reviews

It's easy to see why some of the animators flaked out on director John Roecker. Once you see what a pile of crap you're devoting your time to, how can your work seem worth it? Don't be surprised when you see this DVD on the discount racks at Hot Topic. Once you see the cast list, it is apparent that this film was tailor made for the mall-punks who clamor to buy clothing with pre-inserted safety pins that don't open. But indeed the vocal performances are the only reason to sit through this annoying little movie. The cast list is impressive--impressive enough to lure in the curious before they demand their money back.

The program notes for the Chicago Underground Film Festival inform the audience that every line in the film is calculated to offend. It actually should have read "mis-calculated to offend." Every joke misses the mark and most end up being really lame. I almost felt embarrassed for everyone involved. It's really hard to be offended by something that's obviously trying WAY too hard to offend. I get the feeling that Roecker was the kid in your classroom who uncontrollably blurted out random bits of unfunny, snickering to himself while everyone else wish he'd just shut up.

There's no doubt that people will be lining up to see this. I'd also wager that most who do will walk away disappointed. Does this film push boundaries? Yes. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't suck.

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8 July 2006 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

リブ・フリーキー!ダイ・フリーキー! See more »


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$11,290, 29 January 2006

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