Adam Seymour "Queer Duck" Duckstein (Jim J. Bullock) leaves his lover, Stephen Arlo "Openly" Gator (Kevin Michael Richardson), when he becomes enamored of and marries the Nora-Desmondesque Lola Buzzard (Jackie Hoffman).
Jim J. Bullock,
Kevin Michael Richardson
Melissa, is an American woman in beautiful Mexico for her wedding. Unfortunately, she wakes up handcuffed and married to an incredibly hot local Mexican named Carlos. Melissa has no ... See full summary »
José Antonio Estrada
Ex-private dancer Beth aspires to be a Las Vegas cocktail waitress, when she falls in with Dink, a sports gambler. Sparks fly as she proves to be something of a gambling prodigy--much to the ire of Dink's wife, Tulip.
At one point in this movie, Zebulon is listening to Pitch Black Manor on a car stereo, claiming his own band once toured with them. Pitch Black Manor was Writer and star Chad Fifer's band in high school and college. See more »
Don't be fooled by it's animation style or silly ideas, there's THE great spiritual truth in it which few seemed to grasp and therefore, unfortunately, rated it badly. It's maybe the most original and funny way to deliver these ideas to a broader audience, or at least those that have eyes to see.
You might be offended if your very religious, or deem it ridiculous as an atheist... so there aren't many people left, but this movie is for you! It's really smart and contains the potential to change your outlook on life, purpose and the big "why?"
There are some interesting references to the mindset behind the curtain but what really makes this gem shine is its message, which beats The Lord Of The Rings, Star Wars and even The Matrix. Yes, it's that important.
9/10 Because there's no 10 in this dimension.
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