Russell has two passions: watching television and farting! He also loves Heather. Heather HATES farting. The eternal triangle! One day she warns him, "if they ever allow farting on ...
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Russell has two passions: watching television and farting! He also loves Heather. Heather HATES farting. The eternal triangle! One day she warns him, "if they ever allow farting on television, you'll never leave the house!" One evening he goes to sleep in front of the TV, and "it" happens. Virtually everything on TV is fart related, from sitcoms and commercials, to newscasts and dramas.Written by
When the producers were looking for technicians to work on the movie, several trade publications including DAILY VARIETY refused to run the "help wanted" ads until the word "fart" was removed from the ad copy. The ads were accepted only after the title was changed to "Windbreakers". See more »
I bought this movie years ago. I was about ten or twelve at the time. Pretty much a farting movie's target audience, right? After watching it, I can't imagine they had a target audience in mind. I've seen better movies filmed by high school students over a bored weekend. Poorly acted, poorly written, with no redeeming qualities. I can't believe I wasted ten bucks on this. Years later I did sell it at a garage sale and was more than happy to rid myself of the only movie more terrifying than the tape in The Ring. I can't believe the previous commenter liked anything about it. The plot is thin at best. A guy loves farting and his girlfriend. He has to choose one or the other because she hates farting. He has a series of dreams with different farting scenarios and situations. Each one somehow less funny than the previous one. I'd much rather sit in an empty room and stare at the wall because than I'd at least have my own thoughts to entertain myself with.
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