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Mulletville (2002)

R | | Comedy | 11 June 2002 (USA)
DENS was a nerd in high school, but now that he's a hipster film student in the big city of Seattle he returns to his rural hometown to seek revenge upon his former tormentors by making a ... See full summary »

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Tony Leahy

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Tony Leahy
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cynthia Geary ... Jiffy
Kelly Boulware Kelly Boulware ... Bob
Tony Leahy Tony Leahy ... Dens
Christina deMille Christina deMille ... Heather
Basil Harris ... Ken
Tim Barr Tim Barr ... Wayne
Jerod Edington ... Steve
Elizabeth McGown Elizabeth McGown ... Lisa
Garth McCardle Garth McCardle ... Jim
Peter O'Connor Peter O'Connor ... Joe
Ian Bell Ian Bell ... Jeff
Robin Kurtz Robin Kurtz ... Andy
Brannon Ceradsky Brannon Ceradsky ... Jeremy
Amanda Jo Wiehe Amanda Jo Wiehe ... Laurie
Hugh Berry Hugh Berry ... Eazy-T
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DENS was a nerd in high school, but now that he's a hipster film student in the big city of Seattle he returns to his rural hometown to seek revenge upon his former tormentors by making a scathing documentary about them. He learns the hard way that things rarely go as planned, especially when generic beer, Trans-Ams and big hair are involved. Dens' documentary begins at his cousin Bob's trailer. Every summer Bob has a "kick ass bash" where all his friends come over to his trailer to barbecue and get drunk. Written by yono

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Comedy

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Rated R for language, drug use and sexual content

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USA

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English

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11 June 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Snoqualmie, Washington, USA

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Propane Films LLC See more »
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25 November 2004 | by clean-at-homeSee all my reviews

I watched the whole thing - or more to the point let the entire movie play. It's one of those that you can go get something to eat and don't feel to bad about not pressing pause. I was disappointed that it didn't quite fit into any category, i.e. it wasn't a documentary, it really wasn't a comedy, and it sure wasn't drama. I guess I expected a silly comedy - not a documentary.

It had some humor from the perspective that I knew/know people like those portrayed. There are some totally different worlds in these United States and the movie tries to depict one - the trailer park crew.

I guess if it does anything it can make you feel better about your own surroundings (hopefully they are better than those shown in the movie). Worth it for a diversion, but to pay any major money for this film would be a waste. I can't see where you would watch it again unless you lived in that type of environment.


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